Memorial services will be held in New York City and Pennsylvania to mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terror attack in the U.S.
"The Power of Nightmares" is Adam Curtis' documentary that compares the rise of the neo-conservative movement in the U.S. with the rise of radical Islam.
The terrorist leader phoned his mother in Syria on September 10. "Something big" was going to keep them from meeting for a while, he said.
Many of the surviving rats are reportedly seeking safer ground inside people's homes and in city parks.
Several 9/11 commemoration events will be held to mark 20 years since the terror attack, including performances, exhibitions and film screenings.
Following the scaled-down parade during last year's pandemic, Macy's promises a return to spectacle this November.
The troubles continue for the infamous jail complex on New York City's Rikers Island.
It has been nearly two years since the last time remains were identified from the 9/11 attacks at the World Trade Center.
"With respect to what we're seeing in New York City, the news is more positive," said New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi.
At least 10 people residing in illegal basement apartments died last week when New York City was hit with record rains and flash flooding.
Omar Wilks, an eight-year veteran of the FDNY, alleged that he was punished for 30 days and reassigned for speaking out against tactics on protestors.
After the pandemic meant 2020's Met Gala was eventually cancelled, fashion's biggest night out is back, though not on its usual date.
David Barrett, an avid birdwatcher who snapped images of the incident, told Newsweek that he had never seen a great blue heron eating a rat before.
"We're in a whole different world and we're all going to now have to act very differently because this is not the world we knew," said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
New York residents took to social media to document the historic weather event.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized anyone ordering deliveries, saying that: "If it's too dangerous for you, it's too dangerous for them."
Subways and apartments throughout the city's five boroughs were flooded by the massive storm that hit Wednesday night into early Thursday.
In the Northeast, where heavy rains and winds hit Wednesday evening, about 200,000 customers were facing outages as of Thursday morning.
Storm Ida, which is now classified as a tropical depression, has caused severe flooding and devastation in several states over the last few days.
Storm Ida, which is now classified as a tropical depression, caused severe flooding and devastation in several states over the last few days.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city had been hit with "historic" weather and "brutal flooding," and told people to stay off the subways.
Storm Ida, which is now classified as a tropical depression, has caused severe flooding in several states over the last few days.
Northeastern U.S. states are being hit by the remnants of Hurricane Ida as the first ever "flash flood emergency" alerts are issued in New York and tornadoes form in New Jersey.
"We're enduring an historic weather event tonight with record breaking rain across the city, brutal flooding and dangerous conditions," de Blasio stated.
Hurricane Ida has worked its way from the Big Easy to the Big Apple, with remnants reaching New York City on Wednesday night.
A similar incident occurred in 2003 when an adult tiger was rescued from an apartment in Harlem, the Humane Society said.
"We never, ever want riders to do that," Governor Kathy Hochul said. "It is dangerous and it caused a delay in the restoration of power."
The governor said that half of the New York City subway had been affected by the "unacceptable" outage.
Jin Park, a Queens, New York, resident born in South Korea, initially won the Rhodes Scholarship in 2018 as a student at Harvard University.