George Santos' disappearing expenses included pricey sushi, Uber rides
The embattled congressman's 2022 campaign expenses include over $350,000 in unitemized spending with no information about their dates or purposes.
George Santos loan admission puts Republicans in impossible position
Santos has withdrawn his claim that a $500,000 loan to his campaign came from the "personal funds of the candidate."
Publisher recalls first meeting with "weirdo" George Santos
A New York newspaper publisher said the full extent of Santos' deceit was beyond our "wildest expectations."
Republicans kick George Santos to the curb
The Nassau County GOP announced Santos is not welcome at local headquarters, and they want him to immediately resign.
George Santos avoids press during first day on the job: "Embarrassing"
The embattled representative-elect would not take questions from reporters, resulting in some online backlash.
George Santos' ex-boyfriend says he stole his phone, never went to work
"I would be scared to have someone like that in charge — having so much power in his hands," Pedro Vilarva said about Santos.
Labrador's awestruck reaction to Christmas lights show has viewers in tears
Milo's owner Kayla told Newsweek she took him to the Jones Beach Light show in Long Island, New York, as a puppy last year and "he loved it" so much they had to come back.
Jail Guard Union Blames Democrat-Backed Policy for Assault by Prisoner
The labor union has previously spoken out against the Humane Alternatives to Long Term Solitary Confinement, or HALT, Act and called for its repeal.
Boy, 16, Shoots Man Breaking up Teen Girls Brawling at Baby Shower: Police
Suffolk County Police was unable to provide updated information on the suspect's court appearance.
Dead Baby Great White Shark Washes Up On Long Island Beach
Great whites are classified as a "vulnerable" species, having seen a reduction in population worldwide by up to 49 percent over the last 159 years.
Two Shark Bites Occur in Same Day Off Long Island
A surfer and a swimmer were bitten by sharks in separate incidents on July 13 amid an unusually high number of similar attacks off Long Island.
'Jeopardy!' Clue Gaffe Sparks Ire of New York Legislator
Nassau County Legislator Siela Bynoe (D-Westbury) fired off a letter to the show's executive producer Michael Davies after an error in a recent clue.
Gilgo Beach Killings: 911 Calls Released in Case
"Somebody's after me," Shannan Gilbert can be heard saying to the 911 dispatcher during the first two minutes of the 22-minute call made on May 1, 2010.
Viral Video Sparks Debate About Whether Trader Joe's Is Cheap
"In NYC, Trader Joe's is definitely cheaper than other grocery stores," one viewer commented.
Photos Show Baby Seal Stranded on Long Island Road Being Rescued by Police
"Our officers were able to detain the seal until the seal was taken into custody," the Southampton Town Police Department said.
'Why Would Someone Shoot Me?' Stray Bullet Hits 7-Year-Old on Scooter
"It's disgusting. That's a little girl. That's going to be a mark on her for the rest of her life," the girl's grandmother said.
Officials Pour Out Vodka to Protest War but Use Brands From U.S. Companies
One of the brands says on its website that it is a Massachusetts-based small business that started importing Russian vodka in 2007.
Snoop Dogg's Super Bowl Halftime Performance Boycotted by Police Group
The Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association announced that it would be skipping the show, citing lyrics from Snoop Dogg's recently released track "Police."
Woman Robbed of $3,100 Purse While Helping Her Disabled Child Into Home
The woman told police she saw a woman allegedly filming her as she left the mall where she purchased the bag.
3 Die After Shoveling Snow During Northeastern Snowstorm, Police Say
According to reports, a fourth person, described as an elderly woman, died inside her vehicle sometime on Saturday, she was discovered by a snow plow driver.
'Hook, Line, and Sinker': 73-Year-Old Grandmother Cons Scammer Into Arrest
A Long Island woman's brilliant thinking landed a would-be scammer in police custody.
73-Year-Old Former 911 Dispatcher Helps Police Catch Scammer
She lured the man, who claimed over the phone to be a bail bondsman helping her grandson, to her home, where officers tackled him.
Top Cop Pledges to Close 'Long Island Serial Killer' Case
"We will not rest until we bring those accountable to justice," Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison said.
Man Arrested After Shooting Parents in Their Home on Christmas Day: Police
The suspect fled the scene after shooting his 64-year-old mother in the head and his 65-year-old father in the back, according to officers.
Gabby Petito's Dad Calls On Public to Help Find Other Missing Persons
Petito's dad said if other cases don't receive the same attention and effort as his daughter's, "that's a shame because it's not only Gabby that deserves that."
Gabby Petito Memorial Draws Hundreds, Search for Brian Laundrie Continues
"Gabby is the most amazing person I've ever met... I'm asking you guys to be inspired by the way she treated people, all people," Joseph Petito, her father, said.
Gabby Petito Visitation to Be Made Available to Public
A spokesperson for the Moloney Funeral Home in Holbrook, New York, told Newsweek that the service will take place on Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m. ET.
Runaway 'Barney the Bull' Captured 2 Months After Escaping Slaughterhouse
"While Barney will be missed, we hope he enjoys his new home in New Jersey," Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said.
Everything We Know About Brian Laundrie's Lawyer
Amid the ongoing investigation of the disappearance of Gabby Petito, the New York lawyer canceled a press conference that was scheduled for Tuesday.
Gabby Petito's Family Furious Over Brian Laundrie's Silence
The family of the missing Long Island woman called on her "reprehensible" boyfriend to speak with investigators.