U.S. Supreme Court Marshal Gail Curley, a former Army colonel and military lawyer, has been handed a bombshell of an assignment.
3 Americans who died at a Sandals resort in the Bahamas may have died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Dwayne Haskins was legally drunk and had taken drugs before he was fatally struck by a dump truck while walking on a Florida interstate highway last month, an autopsy report released Monday concluded.
As Russia’s war in Ukraine marked its third month on Tuesday, there appeared to be no end in sight and few successes for Moscow on the battlefield.
Kurt Cobain once called the 1969 left-handed Fender Mustang guitar his "favorite." It had been previously estimated to sell for up to $800,000.
A man jumped into a car filled with women at a Brooklyn gas station.
Assaults on New York City EMS workers more than doubled between 2018 and 2021.
Mayor Eric Adams is vowing to take action to curb violence in the city's subway system. He said his administration is talking to the MTA and the Port Authority about ways to detect weapons.
On Sunday, a man shot and killed another passenger on a subway train crossing the Manhattan Bridge. The gunman was pacing the last car of the train and suddenly pulled out a gun and shot Daniel Enriquez seemingly at random, police said.
Police arrested Dante Lennon, of Freeport, who was behind the wheel of a Mercedes that broadsided a Lincoln, killing three people in New Hyde Park on Saturday night.
The proposed database is expected to be one of several recommendations that will be presented to thousands of delegates attending this year’s national meeting, scheduled for June 14-15 in Anaheim, California.
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A court has finalized new congressional district maps for New York.
Crystal Dawson, 30, said she has no regrets after she broke her back while rescuing her 11-year-old stepdaughter from a house fire.
Surveillance video captured the moments leading up to a vehicle crash late Saturday night that killed three women who had just left a relative's Sweet 16 celebration.
New York City's last bank of public payphones was removed from a street corner in Midtown.
Amber Heard's legal team was planning to call Johnny Depp back to the witness stand on Monday but backtracked and decided not call him after all.
The final New York City public pay telephone bank was removed on Monday morning. The kiosk, which housed two phones, was on 7th Avenue and 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan. The city began removing payphones in 2015 and replacing them with public Wi-Fi hotspots. The removal marks the end of the payphone era in the city except for some private payphones on public property and four permanent full-length so-called Superman booths.
Surveillance video shows the moment police say two shoplifters were wrested into custody after they tried to steal thousands in perfume from a Pennsylvania Ulta.
The NYPD has released security camera images of the person they believe shot and killed a man in a subway car on Sunday.