At least seven people have been killed after storms dumped as much as six feet of snow over Western New York.
Where to in New York City on Halloween night? Read on.
As NY's ambassador, Taylor Swift recently visited the New York Knicks and even shot hoops with some of them. Apparently, this event is one more reason to be jealous of the singer's new designation.
Pop star Taylor Swift has vowed to donate the sales of her single "Welcome to New York," to the New York City Public Schools.
A 20-year old man has been arrested and charged with assault and endangering a child's welfare after allegedly beating to death his three year old stepdaughter after she soiled her pants, reports said.
Facebook has brought stickers to the comments section.
The latest Disney animated movie "Big Hero 6," derived from a Marvel comic series, made a big splash at the New York Comic Con event.
J.K. Rowling teases fans about Fantastic Beasts in the form of a riddle.
As the new president of New York Knicks, Phil Jackson will certainly implement changes in the team's offense and defense, including superstar Carmelo Anthony.
The Republican Congressman for Staten Island, Michael Grimm, surrendered to federal authorities on Monday, April 28 to answer to an investigation against him on 20 charges of fraud and perjury, among others.
Ansel has once again unleashed upon us a new version of the affogato, a coffee-based beverage. Or rather, has churned out yet another curious baking hybrid – the waffogato.
Daniel Radcliffe appreciates his adoring New York Fans
Two small children, a sister and a brother aged four, lost their lives on Saturday, April 19 during a fire in a New York home, which investigators think could be an accident caused by the children playing with a lighter or matches.
For any “Hunger Games” fan, it would be heaven of a news to learn that a “Mockingjay: Part 1” trailer will soon be out to feature three of its lead stars, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.
Facing the rising number of deaths caused by heroin overdoses and other opiates, the police of New York have announced that they will provide funding for the acquisition of Naloxone, a drug which could save the lives of people overdosing.