New Yorkers give high marks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Michael Bloomberg for their reaction to Superstorm Sandy, but are far less happy with the Long Island Power Authority.
Police say Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Javon Belcher fatally shot his girlfriend early Saturday, then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and committed suicide in front of his coach and general manager.
Long Island Power Authority chairman Howard Steinberg has resigned from the board of directors.
Attorneys for Dominique Strauss-Kahn deny that the former International Monetary Fund chief has reached a settlement with a New York City hotel maid who accused him of trying to rape her.
CNN has named former NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker as its new top executive.
New York City can be like a zoo sometimes, but a zebra running wild through the streets is not something you ordinarily see.
New York's powerful Moreland Commission has issued subpoenas to utilities in its investigation of their response and recovery operations during Superstorm Sandy.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is seeking to inject some urgency into getting tens of billions of dollars in new federal aid flowing to victims of Sandy, but Congress seems reluctant to move quickly as it wrestles with the nation's budget crisis.
A nanny accused in the stabbing deaths of two children at their upscale Manhattan home pleaded not guilty Wednesday at a hospital where she's been treated for self-inflicted stab wounds.
A bus driver trying to avoid hitting a pedestrian slammed into a multi-family house on Long Island, killing a 6-year-old boy inside and injuring his older brother, Nassau County police said.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sent letters to 72 nonprofits asking them to disclose their fundraising and relief efforts for Superstorm Sandy victims.
Another top executive and a trustee of the Long Island Power Authority have announced their resignations.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has announced he will seek re-election to a second term.
The House Ethics Committee says it's investigating Republican Rep. Michael Grimm for possible campaign finance violations, but is deferring its inquiry because of a separate Justice Department probe.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg estimates Sandy caused a whopping $19 billion in losses in New York City. He's asking federal lawmakers to put up nearly $10 billion to reimburse both government agencies and private businesses.
Supporters and opponents of Egypt's president on Sunday grew more entrenched in their potentially destabilizing battle over the Islamist leader's move to assume near absolute powers, with neither side appearing willing to back down as the stock market plunged amid the fresh turmoil.
New York has gotten a $27 million federal grant that will go toward hiring people to help Sandy cleanup efforts.
Weekday PATH service to Lower Manhattan along the World Trade Center line will resume early Monday.
Sandy plunged some immigrants living illegally in the U.S. into darkness and even deeper into the shadows.
Cleaning up the damage caused by Sandy will cost New Jersey about $29.4 billion.