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A new commuter ferry will link two Manhattan piers on the Hudson River.
Republican political pundit Karl Rove is under fire from the pro-Hillary Clinton camp, whose members accuse the former White House strategist of dirty politics and outright lies regarding the former Secretary of State's health.
An online site that provides connections for cheaters and adultery hopefuls reports that the day after Mother's Day normally sees a spike in membership requests -- and not just a little hike.
A New York City Housing Authority supervisor says in a federal lawsuit that he was subjected to anti-Semitic slurs and threats.
Chick-fil-A is expanding with gusto into the New York City market, and that leaves gays and gay activists in the area facing quite a quandary that pits their principles — their opposition to CEO Dan Cathy's publicly expressed biblically based views of homosexuality — against their tastebuds.
Three off-Broadway theater companies have agreed to become more accessible to the hearing-impaired.
Seventeen-year-old Brian Genest of Auburn, Maine, may have learned a selfie lesson the hard way: Do not take photographs with squirrels. They attack.
Most thieves would balk at stealing on the NYPD baseball team, but the squad has been forced to cancel a tournament championship game after someone made off with its jerseys, gloves and bats.
The head of Domino's Pizza, CEO J. Patrick Doyle, is facing criticism from company shareholders for a generous pay package he's collected over the past three years that comes in at $43 million.