Police in New York, Washington and Jersey City are investigating whether recent random attacks on pedestrians are part of a violent game called “knockout,” where the goal is to target unsuspecting pedestrians and knock them unconscious with one punch.
Detectives in the Bahamas are investigating the drowning of a 32-year-old man from New York who was participating in a free diving tournament, police said Sunday.
Firefighters have rescued a 19-year-old New York University student who became trapped between two buildings in Manhattan.
An autopsy of a fetus found in a teenage girl’s shopping bag at a New York City lingerie store was inconclusive, and more tests will be needed to determine how the fetus died, the city medical examiner’s office said Friday.
The Cebu Provincial Board yesterday aborted its proposed study tour to New York where 10 members were supposed to observe a drug rehabilitation program next month. Gov. Hilario Davide III said the legislators agreed to cancel the trip since there were not enough delegates attending the “customized” workshop and tour offered by Daytop International Inc. [...]
It’s important for Cebuanos to know how much of taxpayers’ funds will be used to pay for a November exposure trip to New York by 10 members of the Provincial Board for a seminar on drug rehabilitation.
Iran’s top leader hinted Saturday that he disapproved of the phone call between Presidents Hassan Rouhani and Barack Obama during the Iranian leader’s trip to New York last month, but he reiterated his crucial support for the president’s policy of outreach to the West.
A 1-year-old boy has died after being shot in the head in New York City.
Hundreds of people protested at New York’s Times Square on Thursday over possible US plans to strike Syria’s regime which it believes to be behind a deadly chemical attack.
Two kittens that shut down a New York City subway line for more than an hour have been found and rescued from the tracks.
Furniture designer Charles Pollock, who created a chair that became ubiquitous in offices in the mid-20th century and is still in production, died Tuesday in a fire at his home.
There’s nothing trashy about Gregory Kloehn’s Brooklyn pied-a-terre: a live-in dumpster that sleeps two with ease, hosts impromptu barbecue parties and sports its own sundeck.
Darius McCollum can explain the complicated workings of the New York City transit system with the precision of a veteran conductor. He knows every subway stop, every line, every train.