The city hopes a new program to install smart devices on New York streets will help prevent accidents and traffic fatalities.
New York's next major park will be built underground.
"All hell broke loose," Clark J. Simmons, of Sheepshead Bay, remembered 75 years after the "Day of Infamy."
It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays, everywhere you go. Our reporters offer seasonal dispatches from Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
The "Borinqueya: An Evolving Travesy" exhibition demonstrates the relationship between Puerto Ricans and Dominicans in the Big Apple.
The department store's annnual window displays – this year's theme: "Tech Miracle on 34th Street" – were hatched in a Red Hook warehouse.
The annual Veterans Day Parade offered an opportunity to celebrate our troops, past and present, as well as address their needs – including better healthcare and more jobs.
Jewish students from the Fashion Institute of Technology went from designing clothing to baking bread as they distributed homemade challah to senior citizens at the nearby Penn South housing complex.