Tensions between police and members of New York City’s Hasidic Jewish community flared again Thursday as officers interrupted a crowded funeral procession.
The U.S. reported 1,850 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, the highest 24-hour death count of any country since the outbreak began.
A man who was among the five people stabbed during a Hanukkah celebration north of New York City has died three months after the attack.
President Donald Trump and elected leaders in New York are clashing again over the depth of the state's coronavirus crisis.
An Afghan-born U.S. citizen already serving a life prison term for a bombing in New York City faces sentencing Friday for multiple counts of attempted murder and assault stemming from a shootout with police in New Jersey in 2016.
Two women accused of studying bomb-building techniques and reading about explosives online in preparation for a terrorist attack in the U.S. pleaded guilty in federal court.
Cuomo Calls For Legislation To Redefine Domestic Terrorism As 'Hate-Inspired, Mass Murder By An American'
NY Governor called domestic terrorism "hate-inspired, mass murder by an American" and he wants to combat hate crimes and white supremacist groups with legislation that would do the same.
The apparent suicide of Jeffrey Epstein has brought new scrutiny to a federal jail in New York that, despite chronic understaffing, houses some of the highest-security inmates in the country.
A former NYPD detective who fought until his final days for the extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund will be remembered with a funeral service.
National Digest: Man Who Plotted to Bomb New York Subways Then Spent a Decade Helping Police is Set for Release
A man who plotted to bomb New York City's subways, then switched sides after his arrest and spent nearly a decade helping U.S. authorities identify and prosecute terrorists, was rewarded for his help Thursday with a sentence of 10 years in prison, effectively time he has already served.