The protest comes after a summer of extreme weather events and just ahead of a U.N. summit aimed at prodding global leaders to cut emissions more quickly.
The Baseball Hall of Fame is going Bananas. An exhibit dedicated to the sport's wackiest team, the Savannah Bananas, is opening at the hallowed shrine in Cooperstown, New York.
For many Americans, 9/11 is now simply a date to mark, much like December 7th and the Pearl Harbor attacks. Even the military war colleges are moving on.
Giuliani has long claimed that he dreamed up the idea of using the federal RICO law to target mafia families when he was a federal prosecutor.
A judge has sentenced a New York man to serve three months in prison for making threatening phone calls to Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia.
Makyyla Holland reached a settlement over abuse she says she suffered in New York's Broome County Jail. The settlement requires the jail to adopt a policy that houses inmates based on gender identity.
City employees will begin to lose access to TikTok and its website from all city-owned devices and networks, according to a New York City Hall spokesperson.
Karen Vergata was one of four people who were left unidentified for years after their remains were found. The development comes three weeks after a suspect in a string of killings was arrested.
By recasting the Bennets as a Cantonese, working-class immigrant family, C.K. Chau hopes to fill a gap in the Pride and Prejudice canon.
Edward Caban has 32 years of experience in the NYPD and was picked as the department's first deputy commissioner in 2022. He follows in the footsteps of his father, who was a transit detective.
The lawsuit filed in the New York Supreme Court argues that several companies, along with the shooter's parents, played roles in the 2022 shooting that killed 10 Black people and injured three others.
President Biden approved Vermont's emergency declaration Tuesday morning as rescue teams in that state braced for more rain and flooding from a storm that left a trail of damage across the Northeast.
Heavy rain spawned extreme flooding in New York's Hudson Valley that killed at least one person and forced road closures as much of the rest of the Northeast U.S. began bracing for heavy rainfall.
After a spate of attacks last year, Long Island state parks officials have increased patrols and deployed more drones to scout the waters for possible danger.
Eviction filings are far above pre-pandemic levels in many cities across the country as pandemic relief disappears and inflation causes rents to spike. According to the latest data from the Eviction Lab, filings in some cities are running as much as 50% above levels seen prior to the pandemic.