New York Magazine, long known as a cultural touchstone and pioneer in the magazine journalism world, is going bi-weekly.
National Transportation Safety Board Earl Weener gave a press conference late on Sunday afternoon, saying that the investigation into what caused the train derailment that killed four and injured 63 on Sunday morning is just beginning. He said that NTSB investigative teams expect to be on the scene of the accident for the next week to 10 days.
A tragedy that killed 23 Chinese migrant workers in England nine years ago is the theme of a new massive art piece.
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The New York Giants and the New York Jets are reaping the benefits of MetLife Stadium, but at what cost to the taxpayers of New Jersey?
As shoppers crowd stores to take advantage of Black Friday sales, some record collectors came out in support of Back to Black Friday.
Shoppers heading out this Black Friday will find plenty of bargains — and also sophisticated windows.
It's an exciting new chapter for a Queens building with a storied past. The Queens Museum has re-opened to visitors, after a $69 million dollar redesign.
Despite gusty winds, the New York Police Department allowed floats to soar during the annual Macy's Day Parade down Sixth Avenue. But Twitter pictures show the Spider-Man balloon sustained damage to its left arm.
Some big box stores are hoping Americans will be hungry for a heaping helping of shopping with their turkey and cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving.
A new bill being that will be introduced next week in the New York City Council could take some of the oxygen out of the fast-growing market for tobacco-free e-cigarettes.
Time Warner Cable, which supplies cable TV and broadband internet to over one million people in and around New York City, could soon be sold, according to multiple media reports.
High winds may ground the giant balloons in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday. If winds exceed 23 miles per hour and gusts are more than 34 miles per hour the balloons will not be allowed to lift off.
Dozens of businesses in Willets Point could shut their doors this Saturday to make way for the first phase of a $3 billion redevelopment plan, but many are struggling to find a new place to relocate.
New York State’s top court on Tuesday blocked the Bloomberg administration's plan to impose new requirements on single adults trying to enter homeless shelters.
The project for this holiday weekend is to take photos of the people, pets, and things that make you feel grateful.
The city has filed a lawsuit accusing the Correction Officers Benevolent Association and its head, Norman Seabrook, of unlawfully striking, by delaying buses from leaving Rikers Island Nov. 18 in order to prevent a prisoner from testifying against union members.
The family of a legally blind inmate who died at Manhattan criminal court last week wants answers.
Online gaming in New Jersey officially began Monday at midnight. After a soft rollout last week gaming regulators green-lit six online casinos in the Garden State. New Jersey now joins Delaware and Nevada as the only other states to offer legal online betting with real money.
In New York, 76,177 have signed up for health plans on the state marketplace as of Monday. About 54 percent of those have been eligible for private insurance, and about 46 percent have applied for Medicaid.