Millions of dollars were supposed to buy food for preschool kids, but instead paid for a Staten Island couple’s Manhattan properties and business interests, federal prosecutors said.
… And smoking has dropped pretty far throughout New York.
The judge said he would give Kenneth Marsh a much longer sentence than expected.
Father Frank Pavone, who leads a nationally noted group against abortion, has been ordered back to Texas. The bishop has questions about how the anti-abortion leader handle donation money.
A branch of Trader Joe’s means not only shopping, but jobs.
Police say the same couple had been shoplifting the same store three days before.
A Match.com survey says singles from Staten Island are much more willing to date people in other boroughs than people elsewhere are willing to date here.
Yes, more rain. Yes, another hurricane. But it won’t be that bad this time – mostly just an added hindrance for construction crews trying to rebuild after the last floods. …
In two short weeks, the nation will reflect on the 10 years since the day our world changed forever. The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, on New York City and Washington, D.C., changed our future, but it changed our past, too. Iconic images such as the Twin Towers live on in Hollywood.
Why exactly do people have to pay flood insurance when the insurance doesn’t actually pay for most flood damage? It’s not that the idea originally lacked merit. The government wanted …