A policeman who was shot in the head left a Manhattan hospital in a wheelchair as hundreds of uniformed officers gave him a thunderous round of applause.
Former state Sen. Nicholas Spano has pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion.
President Barack Obama says a revamped birth control policy will both protect religious liberties and protect women's access to contraception.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra officials insist it's not "American Idol" meets Mozart.
Federal officials say the five largest mortgage lenders have reached a $25 billion settlement with 49 states over foreclosure abuses that took place after the housing bubble burst. They will have three years to fulfill the terms of the landmark deal announced Thursday.
Property taxes in New Jersey rose 2.4 percent in 2011 despite a 2 percent cap imposed by Gov. Chris Christie and the Legislature.
Child welfare officials in New Jersey failed to connect concerns of child abuse and domestic violence in the case of a 2-year-old whose father is accused of tossing her to her death still strapped in her car seat.
The agency building the new World Trade Center has let costs get out of control, with the estimated price tag soaring nearly $4 billion over the last four years, auditors said Tuesday.
A New York City vendor who alerted police to an attempted car bombing in Times Square is running for Congress.
Retired New York Cardinal Edward Egan is facing criticism from representatives of clergy sexual abuse victims for a recent interview in which he said he regretted apologizing for the priest abuse scandal in 2002 when he was bishop of Bridgeport.
A Brooklyn police officer pleaded guilty in a smuggling case involving guns, cigarettes and slot machines.
For the first time, 21st-century audiences are able to hear the voice of Otto von Bismarck, one of the 19th century's most important figures.
A woman stalked and shook down New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, getting him to pay her $6,000 and demanding more by threatening to harm his reputation, prosecutors said Thursday.
Approximately 100 Bronx residents held a vigil and then marched to the 47th Police Precinct Friday night in the neighborhood where a police officer fatally shot 18-year-old Ramarley Graham. Earlier in the day Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said a supervising sergeant and the officer who fatally shot the unarmed Graham had been placed on restricted duty.
Donald Trump on Thursday announced his endorsement of Mitt Romney for president, saying the former Massachusetts governor is "not going to allow bad things to continue to happen to this country we all love."
A man accused of shooting a New York City police officer in the head has been charged with attempted murder after a prosecutor called the shooting an evil act.
New York City's most famous groundhog, Staten Island Chuck, predicts it will be an early spring.
The draft Bloomberg is expected to release Thursday will close an anticipated $2 billion gap but won't include any taxes, his spokesman said.
Mitt Romney has won the Florida Republican presidential primary.