The Cyber Security Awareness Week competition at NYU-Poly drew hackers and companies trying to protect against hackers.
Author: Sarah Pizon
The city's post-Sandy gas rationing program – based on odd and even license plates – fueled debate as cars lined for blocks.
The debut Microsoft's new tablet computer, Surface, drew curious crowds to Times Square.
Scores of brides-to-be flocked to Loehmann's in search of discount wedding gowns as part of a TV show promotion.
Noel Polanco, who was fatally shot by a cop, was remembered at his funeral as a dedicated soldier and car enthusiast who worked hard for his family.
A group called Barbers for Obama is helping register voters in time for the Nov. 6 presidential election.
Activists and artists transformed metered parking spaces around the city in…
While sales of children's apparel have been weak in recent months, the demand for uniforms in New York City schools is rising. Major retailers are cashing in on the trend.