In a blow to Mayor De Blasio's plan to replace horse-drawn carriages in Central Park with electric touring cars, the Central Park Conservancy voiced their opposition saying the vehicles will make the park "less safe."
The lone winning ticket for the $425 million Powerball jackpot was sold at a convenience store in central California, but there was no immediate word on who may have won one of the largest lottery jackpots in U.S. history.
Although winter comes as no surprise, many of us are not ready for its arrival. If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you will be more likely to stay safe and healthy when temperatures start to fall.
Frostbite typically affects smaller, more exposed areas of the body, such as your fingers, toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin. Because of area numbness, you may not realize you have frostbite until someone else points it out.
Aaron Alexis, a 34-year-old former Navy reservist, was identified by the FBI on Monday as the gunman responsible for a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard in which 13 people died, including Alexis.
Still-mourning family members gathered at ground zero Wednesday morning to mark the 12th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks, moments of silence marking each significant moment of the day.
In the hours leading up to the twelfth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, federal authorities repeatedly said they had found no specific, credible threats to the U.S. homeland. But that doesn't mean they haven't been busy chasing down specific threats with - at best - questionable credibility.
Still-mourning family members have gathered at ground zero Wednesday morning to mark the 12th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks, and moments of silence mark each significant moment of the day.
Under a blue sky and against a backdrop of rolling hills, family, friends and others gathered Wednesday in a western Pennsylvania field to mourn and praise the passengers and crew who died 12 years ago after fighting back against the hijackers of United Flight 93.
A wake was held Sunday in Fort Greene, Brooklyn for retired EMT Francis Charles, who died last week. Charles served with the New York City Fire Department for 24 years, before cancer linked to his work on the toxic pile at Ground Zero forced him to retire in 2010.