Criticism over an archbishop's lavish retirement home is making waves in the Catholic community.
Bloomberg pledges big bucks to a group aimed at curbing gun violence.
Owners and animal-rights advocates are debating different ways to replace Central Park's horse-drawn carriages with tourist-friendly vehicles.
Today there are 13,000 homeless families living in the shelter system — will subsidies help?
New York City has a record number of jobs. But well-paying jobs on Wall Street are disappearing.
A unit within the New York City Police Department created in the wake of 9/11 to gather information on Muslims has disbanded.
Long Island priest Andrzej Zglejszewski of the Diocese of Rockville Centre says he's trying to follow Pope Francis' benevolent leadership style.
Tenants in the Homewood Gardens Estates in the Prospect-Lefferts Garden neighborhood have filed a lawsuit against their landlord, alleging he is trying to evict them to bring in white renters.
The state is paying $340 dollars an hour.
NYPD veteran officer Dennis Guerra and his partner were overcome by smoke responding to a fire in a Coney Island high-rise.
Macy's spectacle returns to the East River after five years on the Hudson.
One year into his papacy, some of Pope Francis' actions and statements have had liberals and conservatives alike wondering, because he's so shifted the Roman Church's emphasis and tone.
Some warn if the cap isn't renewed, services will be cut.
New Jersey commuters are feeling the effects of the Pulaski Skyway closure today. How did L.A. handle its own "Carmageddon?"
The winners of the Pulitzer Prize were announced today, and New York boasts four of the winners.
A growing coalition of preservationists and neighbors want the city to protect Central Park from shadows emanating from the new super slim towers rising around 57th street.
Although Gov. Chris Christie's internal investigation says no, the trail of emails and texts among his top staffers suggests otherwise.
The deteriorating 82-year-old Pulaski Skyway in New Jersey closed on Saturday for two years of repair work.
Luna Park Opens, but the Cyclone is too scary for some.
Among the hundreds of species on display at the New York Botanical Gardens right now, one particular orchid stands out for its role in history.