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Talk to a teenager of color living in Harlem or the Bronx and chances are they will have a story to tell about life under "stop and frisk." Known as a "250" within the New York Police Department, the right to stop, question and pat down anyone deemed reasonably suspicious is a Supreme Court-approved tactic available to law enforcement across the ... (more) Comment?
Anthony Lolli, founder and owner of Rapid Realty, is giving his employees a chance to show their team spirit and earn some extra cash by getting a tattoo of the company logo on their bodies. Comment?
Spoiler alert: His name is Alex Mizrahi, from Brooklyn, N.Y., and his Twitter handle takes the gas out of Huffington Post's own Twitter headlines by beating the news site to the punch line. Comment?
While Superstorm Sandy's devastation along the New York and New Jersey coastlines six months ago led to enthusiastic calls to rebuild, one Staten Island neighborhood has chosen a different course: sell. Comment?
An elderly couple in Brooklyn, N.Y., found a huge pile of cash -- what they reckon was $100,000 -- in a bank's safety deposit box. Comment?
New York City police investigating an alleged abduction of a couple in Manhattan during broad daylight say the incident could have been an elaborate hoax. Comment?
On Monday several New York City agencies will begin sifting debris recovered from and near the World Trade Center site since 2010 as part of the ongoing effort, all these years later, to find and identify human remains. Comment?
A TSA agent delayed security checks at John F. Kennedy International Airport after he mistakenly shot himself and five other agents with pepper spray. 4 comments
New York's famous Coney Island amusement area opened on Sunday for the first time since the region was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Comment?
In a study that's sure to shake up the soda ban debate, Harvard researchers have linked the sugary drinks to 180,000 deaths a year worldwide, 25,000 in the United States alone. Comment?
One week after a judge blocked New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on supersized sugary drinks, Mississippi Gov. Comment?
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may have lost the first round in his fight to ban big sodas, but that hasn't stopped him from issuing a new health proposal. Comment?
Monday marks the start date of a major class action lawsuit, in which dozens of officers, lawmakers, scholars, and alleged victims are expected to testify about the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy. Comment?
Police in Turkey have detained a man suspected of killing Sarai Sierra, a New York mother of two who had traveled to the country to practice her photography hobby. Comment?
A dog meant to meet his family in Phoenix, Ariz., ended up on a plane to Ireland after he was mistakenly put on the wrong flight from a New Jersey airport. Comment?
Sarah Palin served up a generous helping of conservative red meat on Saturday, comparing President Obama to white-collar criminal Bernie Madoff, mocking New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his support of a jumbo soda ban and criticizing the GOP's post-election attempt at "putting a fresh coat of rhetorical paint on our party" rather than focusing ... (more) 3 comments
A man from Queens who pleaded guilty to plotting to blow up synagogues in Manhattan has been sentenced to 10 years behind bars, in the Manhattan District Attorney's first conviction of a terror defendant. Comment?
Some say that there is a lot of money in politics. Well, according to the Forbes 2013 Billionaires List, there are many politicians who have a lot of money too. Comment?
A fierce winter storm brought blizzard conditions and hurricane force winds as the anticipated snowstorm descended across much of the Northeast overnight. Comment?
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch, who died Friday at the age of 88, was remembered with a funeral service Monday at Temple Emanu-El on the city's Upper East Side. Comment?