New York City

Marchers protest burned cars in NYC Jewish enclave

Peaceful marchers sent a clear message Sunday to vandals who torched cars and scrawled Nazi swastikas in an Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Brooklyn where Woody Allen was raised: Don't repeat the kind of attacks that once led to the Holocaust.

Wall Street protesters march on billionaires' houses

Occupy Wall Street is on the move ... uptown. Why uptown? Because that's where the rich folks live!

Sex and drugs on tap, who says it's not a political partaaay? Occupy Wall Street protesters make love as well as class war

It started as a gathering of furious youngsters, protesting about the supposed lack of opportunities for the average American. But then the freeloaders came along. As the Occupy Wall Street protest continued in full strength in Manhattan today, th...

NYC Mayor: Wall Street Protests Trying To ‘Get Rid’ Of Jobs, Hurting Tourism

On the 20th day of the “Occupy Wall Street” protest, Mayor Michael Bloomberg weighed in on the movement. He mostly criticized the group and said their actions are hurting the economy and tourism sector.

Wall Street protesters cuffed, pepper-sprayed during 'inequality' march [VIDEO]

Matt Deluca and Christina Boyle New York Daily News 26.09.2011
Dozens of marchers from the Occupy Wall Street demonstration were arrested.

Scores of protesters were arrested in Manhattan Saturday as a march against social inequality turned violent. Hundreds of people carrying banners and chanting "shame, shame" walked between Zuccotti Park, near Wall St., and Union Square calling for...

Video Shows NYPD Cops Dirty Dancing at Parade

Video Shows NYPD Cops Dirty Dancing at Parade

An online video shows some men who appear to be uniformed NYPD officers enjoying the festivities at the West Indian Day Parade. But some are criticizing what the men were doing, especially since some shootings took place during the parade.

Hurricane? New Yorkers soak up the beach

More than 200,000 New Yorkers are under orders to flee a once-in-a-century hurricane, but many in the famed City That Never Sleeps are brushing aside danger -- and heading to the beach.

Dead Horse Lands At JFK Airport

My FOX NY 16.07.2011
Dead Horse Lands At JFK Airport

A horse arrived dead at Kennedy Airport Friday morning aboard a cargo plane owned by El Al, according to the airline.

Elderly Woman Fined $100 For Throwing Newspaper -- In Trash Can

An elderly Upper East Side woman claims a sanitation agent chased her, threatened her with arrest and slapped her with a ticket for putting day-old newspapers in a city trash can.

Feds Plan Huge Campground - in Brooklyn

Greg Wilson NBC New York 15.06.2011
Feds Plan Huge Campground - in Brooklyn

Roasting marshmallows, telling ghost stories and sleeping under the stars - in New York City? The National Park Service is planning a 600-site campground in Brooklyn's Floyd Bennett Field, a onetime airport used by Amelia Earhart. The campground w...

Alec Baldwin to run for NYC mayor?

Richard Johnson The Daily 09.06.2011
Alec Baldwin to run for NYC mayor?

Alec Baldwin is mulling a run for mayor of New York City now that kinky Congressman Anthony Weiner appears to have sexted himself out of the 2013 race.

Woman, 21, faints in hot NYC subway station, falls on tracks, 'cut in half'

Woman, 21, faints in hot NYC subway station, falls on tracks, 'cut in half'

An aspiring doctor was killed in a horrific subway accident yesterday when she passed out on a sweltering Upper East Side platform and fell onto the tracks -- realizing what happened too late to escape an uptown train bearing down on her.

Bill To Restrict NYC Library Porn; Councilmen to Make Watching Porn Near a Minor a Misdemeanor

Two New York City councilmen said they want to introduce a bill that would make it illegal to watch porn within 100 feet of a child in the library. The legislation would make it a misdemeanor and could be punishable with up to $1,000 in fines.

New Yorkers soon to get emergency cell phone alerts in what Bloomberg calls 'quantum leap forward'

Emergency officials will soon be able to blast critical alerts to anyone with a cell phone in a certain section of the city.

Two tunnel security breaches cause scare in New York city

Two terrifying rail security breaches occurred within hours of each other in the city yesterday -- including one at the World Trade Center, where a man slipped into the PATH tunnel and walked all the way to Jersey before saying he had left a bomb ...

Obama to lay wreath at Ground Zero, meet with 9/11 families Thursday

President Obama will participate in a wreath-laying ceremony and visit with 9/11 families and first responders during his visit Thursday to New York City.

Officials: 13 dead in NYC casino bus accident

JIM FITZGERALD and TOM HAYS Yahoo! News 13.03.2011
Officials: 13 dead in NYC casino bus accident

Thirteen people died Saturday when a bus returning to New York City from a casino overturned on a highway and was sliced in half by the support pole for a large sign.

Candles in voodoo sex ceremony cause fatal fire

Candles in voodoo sex ceremony cause fatal fire

Candles used in a voodoo sex ceremony ignited a fast-moving fire that swept through a Brooklyn apartment building on the evening of February 19 and into early February 20, 2011, and killed a woman, according to FDNY fire marshals and a city official.

89-Year-Old Man Lights Himself On Fire Inside Church; Priests Make The Save

A Long Island priest was being credited with saving the life of one of his parishioners on Thursday after an elderly man accidently set himself on fire near the altar.

Study: ‘Sidewalk Rage’ Plagues New York City Streets

You’re walking to work, making good time, and then… someone steps in front of you, moving at a snail’s pace. Or a tourist blocks your path to snap a picture. Or some knucklehead in front of you is focused on their Blackberry, not where they’re goi...