The defendant’s house “offered no clues to the horrors that she allegedly made her two young victims endure.”
The Catholic Church has aggressively lobbied New York lawmakers to not amend the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases.
A settlement won inmates held in isolation shorter lengths of stay, better food and other improvements.
Two seniors at the University of Rochester disappeared early Saturday morning.
The students were "held against their will" over the weekend, police said.
Deborah Leonard is accused, along with her husband, of beating her sons at a church in October.
New York can reduce as much carbon pollution as Germany—the world’s sixth largest polluter—pumps out every year.
A brief collection of Janet Delaney's photographic cityscapes show two cities emerging from the postwar white-flight years.
New York City officials have a simple response: Don't be scared.
A new video from the jihadist group suggests the city is a potential target of attacks.
When terrorists attack a music venue anywhere, "it hits home."
Exxon said it was weighing a response to a subpoena from the state's attorney general.
The court upheld the bans on semiautomatic weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Marina and Kevin Krim are expecting a new addition.
After The Beatles, the most iconic phase of John Lennon's life began when he moved to the Big Apple.
The governors of New York and Connecticut warned residents to begin preparations for a possible severe storm.
Joyce Mitchell is accused of providing contraband to Richard Matt and David Sweat, who escaped in June.