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The parachutist, a member of the elite Leap Frogs team, plunged into the Hudson River as hundreds watched from Liberty State Park. [Read More]
The circus held its last show at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island after declining ticket sales led its operator, Feld Entertainment, to decide to shut... [Read More]
After 146 years, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is closing for good, responding to a prolonged slump in ticket sales that has rendered the... [Read More]
Timothy Piazza outgrew his shyness to become a protector. But at Penn State he fell victim to what prosecutors say was fraternity brothers' criminal conduct. [Read More]
Alyssa Elsman, the 18-year-old killed on Thursday in a chaotic accident in Times Square, excelled in the culinary arts program at her high school in... [Read More]
At this grave site, there will be no funeral, no body and no mourners — just slips of paper bearing confidences to be buried. [Read More]
The president's usual security requirements will be complicated by the throngs sure to turn out in protest as he meets the Australian prime minister aboard... [Read More]
Read more about Hillary Clinton finally says it: Russian hacking played role in her defeat on Business Standard. Clinton she was 'OK' as in individual,... [Read More]
There are two kinds of popular people: the likable and the status seekers. Which kind are you? It matters. [Read More]
Mrs. Clinton called for an independent investigation into Russian involvement and spared no criticism of the Trump White House during remarks at a women's conference... [Read More]
A stream of Chinese visitors reportedly stopped to see the house between when it was listed for auction in January and when the sale closed... [Read More]
The $2.14 million sale price for the modest Tudor-style home is more than double the average value of comparable homes in the area. [Read More]
The buyer's identity was shielded, but the sale was facilitated by a lawyer who specializes in real estate investments by overseas Chinese buyers. [Read More]
New York has added 3,000 bioswales, or rain gardens, to absorb storm water and ease pressure on an aging sewer system. But not everyone is... [Read More]
Some residents worry that the investment of more health and wellness resources in long-suffering neighborhoods is a sign of gentrification. Others question why it took... [Read More]
A local man in Glen Cove, N.Y., ran into trouble with the city after buying an abandoned mansion and inviting graffiti artists to paint it... [Read More]
When a wayward bull led the police on wild chase in Queens last week, what they really needed was a cowboy with a lasso. [Read More]
The protest, which was led by Get Organized BK, was in response to President Donald Trump's decision on Friday to bar several news organizations from... [Read More]
He wasn't convicted in the first bombing of the World Trade Center, but Mr. Abdel Rahman will forever be linked to a tense time in... [Read More]
A bill recently approved by City Council would require all public doors of the city's buildings to carry an address number, a move that would... [Read More]