The National Transportation Safety Board’s probe of a fatal limousine crash in upstate New York has not yet identified a cause, according to a preliminary report released Monday, after weeks of wrangling between federal inspectors and a local prosecutor over access to physical evidence.
After a lifetime collecting debts, Jerry Ashton and Craig Antico are eliminating them.
The idea came to Michael D’Agostino as he was driving past a beautiful farm and imagined what it would be like to camp there.
A colossal barrier with gates that open for ships has been proposed to wall off New York Harbor from the Atlantic Ocean and protect the metropolitan region from flooding as climate change increases the frequency and severity of devastating coastal storms.
The success of New York City’s elevated park, the High Line, has inspired a slew of projects across the United States and internationally that repurpose unneeded rail and road structures as green space.
At least eight states currently have laws requiring that schools notify parents when their child is being bullied or is bullying other kids.
Son of Sam, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer and the Columbine High School shooters are among the infamous criminals who had a history of hurting animals before they went on to target humans, a tendency that’s part of what’s behind a movement to create public online registries of known animal abusers.
Scientists are using information gleaned from both illegal ivory art and elephant dung to provide clues that could help save the lives of pachyderms that are being slaughtered for their tusks in Africa.
An additional first-degree murder charge has been filed against one of two men accused of killing two women and two children in an upstate New York basement apartment.
Simone Askew marched into history Monday as the first black woman to lead the Long Gray Line at the U.S. Military Academy.