Members of local Filipino communities are anxiously awaiting word from loved ones in the Philippines after the islands were slammed by one of the strongest storms on record.
Catholics celebrating Mass Sunday at St. Patrick's Cathedral had a chance to reflect on comments made this week by Pope Francis that the church has become too focused on "small-minded rules" on hot-button issues like homosexuality, abortion and contraceptives.
Earth Day New York takes over much of Union Square Sunday.
Emotionally drained family members of the Newtown, Connecticut shooting victims say they're disappointed but undaunted after Wednesday's U.S. Senate vote derailing gun control.
New Yorkers from all walks of life will remember former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch at his funeral service Monday morning.
Some New Yorkers are braving the cold and crowds in Washington, D.C. to experience President Barack Obama's second Inauguration on Capitol Hill Monday.
A day after New York expanded its ban on assault weapons and set new limits for high-capacity magazines, President Barack Obama is urging Congress to take the same actions. Mayor Michael Bloomberg is praising the president's 23 executive actions that don't require Congressional approval.
Liberty and Ellis Islands hold a special place in the life and history of New York City.
The Brooklyn Nets had to go into overtime Monday night to beat the Knicks 96-89. The game, before a packed crowd of nearly 18,000, marked the start of the city’s newest cross-town rivalry.
Incumbent Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and her Republican challenger, attorney Wendy Long, traded barbs during the only debate in New York’s U.S. Senate race.
Bill Keller, op-ed contributor and former executive editor of The New York Times, discussed how GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s political entourage will affect his campaign – and the role of his vice presidential pick of Paul Ryan.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pushing President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney to make specific recommendations — such as banning assault riffles — for how to change the nation's gun laws in the mass shooting in Colorado that left 12 dead and 58 injured.
Every tech entrepreneur starts somewhere. Steve Jobs had his garage. Mark Zuckerberg had his dorm room. Now dozens of tech savvy New York City high school students will have NYC Generation Tech.
The final of the European Championship takes place on Sunday, and if sales of jerseys in New York City are any indication, Spain will overtake Italy for the win.
The Super Bowl champion New York Giants scored a White House appearance on Friday. It was the second time in four years that the Big Blue was so honored on the South Lawn. Watch a video of the event.
The, Italian-inspired Gran Fondo New York is set to return to the city and Lower Hudson Valley on Sunday when 5,000 cyclists from more than 70 countries will pedal 110 miles through some two dozen towns along the Hudson River.
The NJ Devils rallied past the NY Rangers, 3-2, to tie the Eastern Conference finals at one game a piece.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has told University of North Carolina graduates that the state's anti-gay-marriage vote last week shows there is still a lot of work to be done for civil rights in this country.
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, appeared on a Sunday morning talk show to continue damage control over a $2 billion loss the company suffered.