New York City
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Iraq had received "credible" intelligence that Islamic State militants plan to attack subway systems in Paris and the United States.
Ads to end the “denial” and “willful ignorance” of the jihadist threat are criticized as anti-Muslim, hateful
Climate change activists converged on Wall Street today. Newsweek reporter Zoë Schlanger was there.
The turnout was low and the message was mixed, but a few die-hard occupiers returned to the birthplace of Occupy Wall Street
It will cost more to park the car than to own the apartment
The Manhattan school that’s narrowing the achievement gap for immigrant teens
Eric Garner died after New York City police put him in a banned chokehold last mont
Demonstrators chanting "hands up, don't shoot" held a vigil in Union Square before marching up to Times Square.
The deadly virus may have arrived in America's most crowded, populous city with a man who recently visited west Africa
Even a little rain causes the city’s sewage to bypass treatment, and flow right into places like the Gowanus Canal
City Hall is looking to change New York's zoning laws
Gordon Matthew Ambelas was recently honored for saving the life of a seven-year-old boy
The five men were convicted in 1990 amid intense media coverage. A dozen years later, murderer and serial rapist Matias Reyes confessed to the crime, and DNA tied him to the rape
The institution, billed as “the nation’s only museum devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design,” has undergone three years of renovations
Clues about a stunning twist in the plot to kill Abraham Lincoln may be hidden in a forgotten subway tunnel