Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, 15, was fatally stabbed outside of a Bronx grocery store on Wednesday.
The Taxi & Limousine Commission, which regulates Uber and other ride-hailing services in NYC, said that it is investigating the incident.
"My guess is they're undocumented, so my next call is to ICE to have each one of them taken out of my country."
The U.S. post office worker allegedly said he held onto some items for years, but focused on important deliveries.
"ICE continues to face significant obstacles with policies created by local officials," Field Officer Director for ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations team Thomas R. Decker said.
Tiangong-1 is on its way home with a vengeance, but can it really hurt you?
Businesses would be fined for asking workers to check their emails outside office hours under the proposed law.
The 257th St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday from 44th Street by St. Patrick's Cathedral.
It was unclear how many people were on board.
The machines scan crowds for hidden explosive devices and could save lives, according to Senator Chuck Schumer.
Ross Mechanic shared a photo on Instagram of himself kissing a brunette on Valentine's Day.
Across the country, there was a 30- to 50-degree temperature difference on Wednesday.
Turning aerosol cans into recreational drugs is most common among children and young adults.
The restaurant of a man who became an internet sensation for seasoning meat is now facing an investigation from the New York City Health Department.
A city that often embodies the proverb "time is money" may soon charge drivers contributing to gridlock.
A new law requires diaper-changing stations in both men's and women's public restrooms, because dads are parents too.
At least 50 women have taken legal action against the Department of Corrections for the unlawful encounters.
Despite overall traffic deaths increasing across the country, pedestrian deaths are down in San Francisco and New York City.