Feds: Manhattan Bomber Trying To Radicalize Other Inmates

Federal prosecutors say the man who was convicted of setting off a bomb in Manhattan that injured 30 people last year has been attempting...

NYPD Commissioner Questions Call For Officer Body Cameras

New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly is raising questions about the idea of outfitting officers with tiny video cameras. A judge recently ordered the...

Did Christie Know About Bridgegate? Testimony Signals He Did

After a former ally was sentenced to probation Wednesday for masterminding the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane-closing scheme to punish a political opponent of...

Sources: Mayor-Elect de Blasio Pushing Mark-Viverito For City Council Speaker

After staying away for most of the time, Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio is getting involved in the race for City Council speaker. Sources tell NY1...

Workers Rescued From Scaffold About 17 Floors High in NYC

Two workers have been rescued from a scaffold that dangled about 17 stories above street level in New York City. The Fire Department of New...

NYC Mayor DeBlasio Issues Storm Update [8:00AM]

The National Weather Service’s Winter Storm Warning remains in effect across all five boroughs and much of the region through 1 PM Friday. With...

Support Fades For NY Senate Leader Facing Corruption Charges

There are fresh signs that support is fading for New York's Senate majority leader after his arrest on federal corruption charges. Late Wednesday, 15 Republican...

NYC: Windy, Dry Conditions Spur Red Flag Warning

Dry and windy conditions have prompted a red flag warning for wildfires across parts of the East, including New York, Long Island and the...

New York: Clinton Urges Union Workers To Vote

Hillary Clinton is urging union workers to help her win "the kind of victory to build the future we all deserve" ahead of New...

Gov. Cuomo Signs Bill Banning E-Cigs In NY Workplaces

New York has added electronic cigarettes to its indoor smoking ban, making it illegal to use the devices in bars, restaurants and most workplaces. While...

Bratton Is Just Fine With de Blasio’s Phone Call to Police

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said on Tuesday he had no problem with Mayor Bill de Blasio's call to an official in his department, inquiring...

FEMA: Agency Has Paid Out Over $8 Billion in Sandy Funds Locally

Eighteen months after Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has given $8.7 billion to help New York recover. The agency says the...

NY Senate GOP Opposes Public Funds For Campaigns

The bold proposal by New York's anti-corruption commission to use public money to fund political campaigns hasn't boosted the likelihood that will happen. New York's...

Feds Intend To Re-Try NJ Senator Menendez At ‘Earliest Possible Date’

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez might spend 2018 asking voters to re-elect him and jurors to acquit him. Prosecutors from the Department of Justice told a...

Greenfield & Levine Call on de Blasio to Release Half-Day UPK for Yeshivas

NYC Council Members David Greenfield and Mark Levine called on Mayor Bill de Blasio today to immediately release a half-day UPK RFP to enable...

Charges Upgraded to Gang Assault for Undercover NYPD Cop in Biker Beating

Prosecutors say an undercover police detective was an active participant in a motorcycle rally that descended into violence in New York City. Wojciech Braszczok appeared...

New York Lottery Says Man Has Won $1 Million for a 2nd Time

A man has beaten the odds by winning $1 million in the New York Lottery for a second time. Lottery officials will be revealing the...

NY Firefighter Rescues Child Locked In Hot Car; Dad Arrested

Authorities say a firefighter rescued a crying child locked alone in a car on a warm summer day in New York City. It happened Thursday...

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