The National Transportation Safety Board told a New York prosecutor she has hampered the agency’s efforts to determine the cause of the limousine crash that killed 20 people in her rural upstate county, the nation’s deadliest transportation wreck in nearly a decade.
More than two dozen of the storied Tuskegee Airmen of World War II fame are listed as missing in action.
A New York woman convicted of killing her infant daughter in the 1980s and suspected of killing seven of her eight other children was granted parole, state officials said Monday.
Lawrence Reilly Sr. barely survived the 1969 collision that sent half of the USS Frank E. Evans to the bottom of the South China Sea with his namesake son and 73 other shipmates trapped inside.
A group from the U.S. and Japan is trekking to a remote Pacific island jungle to document what is considered one of the most important wreck sites of World War II.
A New York judge on Friday heard arguments but didn’t immediately rule on whether a former radical who fatally shot two New York City police officers in 1971 should be released on parole.
New York’s economic development agency issued a report this month that illustrates the state’s growth with an 8-year-old photo of construction cranes in South Africa.
A New York military aviation researcher got more than she bargained for on a dream trip to a battle-scarred South Pacific island — the chance to help solve the mystery of an American soldier listed as missing in action from World War II.