Prosecutors and defense lawyers say they're in plea negotiations in a rare state-level terror case against a New York City man charged with building a homemade bomb to try to attack soldiers, police and other government targets.
A 3-year-old girl died at a hospital Friday after being found bleeding from puncture wounds on her face and neck in the arms of her rambling, incoherent mother.
When New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan got word he was becoming a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church, he knew just who to call: Mom.
Christian ministers and Muslim leaders say they're joining to oppose police surveillance of ethnic groups in New York City.
Federal officials say 10 members of a violent international street gang known as "MS-13" have been charged with racketeering and attempted murder after a lengthy investigation.
A New York City man accused of four New Year's Day arson attacks in Queens has been arraigned at his hospital bedside.
Hundreds of people are attending a funeral in New York City for three girls who died along with their grandparents in a Christmas morning fire in Connecticut.
The man charged with firing the shot that killed a police officer responding to a report of a break-in says in court papers he didn't mean to fire the gun and he is sorry that it happened.
State police say a bus carrying prisoners from New York City has overturned on the state Thruway in the northern suburbs.
A Manhattan real estate agency says the average sale price of a city apartment has dropped slightly since the last quarter, mostly due to a steep decline in condominium sales.
A funeral service will be held in New York this week for three girls killed with their grandparents in a Christmas morning house fire in Connecticut.
The state has closed the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island, the seventh prison, camp or work release facility shuttered in 2011 as New York transferred several thousand inmates and staff to its 60 remaining sites to try to save millions of dollars.
A county executive in the Catskills says New York City is acting like an "occupying nation" in communities within its upstate watershed, polluting waterways, flooding homes and paying too little in taxes as it maintains the purity of its water supply.
Police on Monday were working to determine whether a series of suspected arson attacks against an Islamic cultural center and three other locations in Queens were linked, and were investigating the incidents as bias crimes against Muslims.
Dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested on New Year's Eve as they tore down barricades surrounding New York City's Zuccotti Park, the former home of their encampment that was dismantled several weeks ago.
The union that represents cleaning staffers at more than 1,500 New York City office buildings says negotiations are continuing as Saturday's strike deadline approaches.
The new year will bring something that's become old hat for New Jersey residents: more costs associated with driving.
Concerns over vehicle and driver safety led federal regulators to shut down a bus company that took passengers from several cities to New York City's Chinatown.
James Rizzi, a New York-born and based pop artist best known for his playful and childlike three-dimensional sculptures, has died. He was 61.