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Strong winds caused the infamous Carnival Triumph to break loose from its moorings Wednesday afternoon while it was being repaired in Alabama.
Kathy Boudin, an ex-Weather Underground radical who spent time in prison for a dramatic armed-car robbery that left two police officers and security guard dead, has a new gig: adjunct professor at Columbia University.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill into law Monday that bans minor from using commercial tanning beds.
Donald Trump: Anthony Weiner asked for money right before hitting 'the wrong button on his computer'
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump told the New York Post on Friday that former New York Rep. Anthony D. Weiner came to him for money "just before he pressed the wrong button on his computer."
New York City Council members pushed a speed-camera program forward on Wednesday with a vote to petition state lawmakers to approve a pilot program.
The 23-year-old son of New York City's fire commissioner has been forced to issue an apology after tweets he sent out professed a personal dislike for Jewish people — in much the same way Hitler did.
The Obama administration blamed sequester cuts for having to cancel a traditional Marine Corps Band performance Sunday at the St. Patricks Day parade in Rocky Point, N.Y.
New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg made a head-scratching comment last week suggesting the city's homeless shelters are overflowing because even the rich can get a bed.
An undercover inspector sneaked an improvised explosive device that was stuffed down his pants past two separate TSA security points, ultimately receiving clearance to board a plane.