A college philosophy teacher arrested after entering St. Patrick’s Cathedral carrying two cans of gasoline, lighter fluid and butane lighters had also been arrested at a New Jersey cathedral this week.
A 600-ton crane has delivered six granite monoliths to the World Trade Center — stone sculptures honoring those who were sickened or died from toxins while cleaning up the site of the terrorist attack.
Not only is Cheryl Angelelli breaking barriers for women with disabilities, she’s breaking world records. Angelelli might be paralyzed from the chest down, but she’s a star on the dance floor.
In a draft resolution, Seneca Falls town supervisor Greg Lazzaro decried Fonda’s 1972 visit to North Vietnam, during which she posed atop a Viet Cong anti-aircraft weapon.
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand formally joined the 2020 White House race on Sunday and previewed the hard line she will take against President Trump by announcing a rally outside one of his signature Manhattan properties.
Not even Brexit could put a damper on the largest American celebration of Irish heritage on Saturday, with tens of thousands of marchers following a painted green line up Fifth Avenue for the six-hour procession.
Five kilograms of the poisonously potent synthetic opioid were seized along with 6 kilograms of heroin, a more common street drug which, when spiked with fentanyl, has caused tens of thousands of fatal overdoses in America in recent years.
In an open letter addressed to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, politicians and other business leaders wrote, in part, “We urge you to reconsider, so that we can move forward together.”
Robert Brandel, 60, was arrested in western New York on Wednesday after officers found him in the back of his pickup truck with his hands and feet wrapped in duct tape, police said.
The company’s head of worldwide economic development, Holly Sullivan, says Amazon employees were regularly surveying Crystal City locals about the prospect of becoming the neighborhood’s newest, and largest, occupant.
Confetti and spectators a half-dozen or more deep at points lined the route of the Lunar New Year Parade in lower Manhattan.
“My oldest, who is 9, exclaimed “that’s a computer?!” in genuine surprise, and then pointed at the floppy drives and asked “what are those?” My younger twins just kept laughing at how silly it seemed to them.”
Amazon says it will not be building a new headquarters in New York, a stunning reversal after a yearlong search.
One group that’s not sad to see Amazon back out of its New York headquarters? New York City’s independent bookstores, some of which took to social media to celebrate Amazon’s retreat in no uncertain terms:
After Amazon announced Thursday that they would not build a planned phase of their second headquarters in New York, the chairman of the Arlington County Board said that the jobs that would have gone to Queens are not headed to the Crystal City site the sales giant has already selected.
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