Manhattan's Thanksgiving day parade would be "an excellent target" for a terror attack similar to the one carried out in France over the summer that killed dozens of people, ISIS said in its English-language magazine. Read More
Two former aides to New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie convicted in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case have filed for a new trial. Former deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly and former bridge authority... Read More
One year after ISIS terrorists killed 130 people in attacks across Paris, the city remains on edge, with residents still grappling with traumatic memories and security authorities there, including members of the NYPD... Read More
When Cardinal Timothy Dolan unveiled a plan to pay settlements to victims of priest sexual abuse, he touted the new victim compensation fund as a way to seek reconciliation with those who have been harmed by the church. Read More
Homeowners in one water district have been complaining about pinhole leaks in their copper pipes for at least a year, but the cause of these tiny leaks remains a mystery. Read More
New Jersey's attorney general and Bergen County's top prosecutor have both recused themselves from a case investigating a civilian complaint of official misconduct against Gov. Chris Christie related to the George Washington Bridge... Read More
Why were there so many paper ballot jams at polling stations across the city Tuesday? Chris Glorioso reports.
Mysterious pinhole leaks are springing up in copper pipes, and damaging hundreds of homes on Long Island. Now a scientist has a theory about what might be causing them. Pei-Sze Cheng reports
A Paterson city worker wrote a memo to his supervisor telling him that Mayor Jose “Joey” Torres had asked him to do a private job for him last May, even though the state attorney general was already looking into claims that... Read More
Days after an FBI raid the I-Team has found more questions about possible misuse of city workers. Jonathan Dienst reports.