The Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra kicked off the first American show of their international tour with a free performance in Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center.
A man has been terrorizing homeowners in the Queens Village, Glen Oaks and New Hyde Park area by breaking into their houses in the middle of the day, ransacking the homes and stealing cash, jewelry and luxury items.
Federal regulators on Thursday issued a first-of-a-kind warning to the maker of nicotine gummies, saying the illegal candies pose a growing risk to teenagers and younger children.
Two former Pennsylvania judges who orchestrated a scheme to send children to for-profit jails in exchange for kickbacks were ordered to pay more than $200 million to hundreds of people they victimized in one of the worst judicial scandals in U.S. history.
A fire consumed a building at the site of the long-closed Grossinger's resort, once among the most storied and glamorous hotels in New York's Catskills.
New York dogs are the most spoiled by their owners in the country, according to a new survey from Forbes.
In this edition of 'The Countdown,' we discuss the growing list of legal troubles former President Trump and his closest associates find themselves in
Advocates are urging authorities to prohibit mowing over or disturbing the nesting sites from April to October to prevent future tragedies.
Anthony Labin, who suffered a traumatic head injury after being hit by a line drive last month, was welcomed home Thursday by his family, teammates and first responders.
After weeks of training, a service dog hopes to bring new life and independence to a young girl from Westchester County who faces a unique challenge.
The software flaws could potentially allow attackers to take complete control of these devices, Apple said in two security reports.