Alfred G. Evans uses found items to create mini golf courses in the shadow of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
A group of women who say they were harmed by Essure birth control implants is fighting to be heard.
Some neighbors of a Brooklyn mosque complain the call to prayer, sounded up to five times daily, is too noisy. But worshippers say the call is an important part of their religion.
Commuters are losing patience – and sleep – over platforms closed for renovation in a stretch of Brooklyn.
The latest edition of our TV news magazine looks at the hometown presidential wannabe who may be in for an unwelcome homecoming.
Longtime residents of New York's historic, but shrinking immigrant enclave battle against being priced out of their homes.
A cooking school and restaurant featuring healthy, locally grown food is set for a former 99-cent store.
The presidential wannabe's anti-immigration rhetoric has inspired some video games.