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City workers who qualify for pensions are also eligible for lifetime health insurance coverage
One day after a 20-day-old baby was found dead in a swamp, a few details about the crime are cleared up but many others are murkier.
Britain's Prince William, on his second day of a four-day trip to Japan, had tea Friday with Crown Prince Naruhito.
A cop caught on camera joyriding and pulling donuts with his patrol car in a Tennessee parking lot is under investigation, a report said.
In a damning new report, Gov. Cuomo underscores the urgency needed to repair or shutter New York's chronically failing schools.
The President and Congress have made life miserable for thousands of immigrants.
U.S. troops have gone 76 days without a combat-zone fatality — the longest stretch since 9/11.
Boehner declined to say how he’ll handle a bill the Senate is expected to approve that will keep the department funded.
The brazen bandits reportedly made off with 360,000 of the 5-cent coins, as well as guns and ammunition, in Monterey, North Naples.
A witness reportedly told police that a topless woman was beating the boy with a garden tool in the driveway of the family's Houston home.
Manhattan: Re “Down the NYCHA drain” (editorial, Feb. 25): NYCHA’s fiscal challenges demand efficiency.
The aunt of a 3-year-old boy found lying dead in her arms confessed to beating the child with a belt, police sources said Thursday.
One minute vacationing NYPD cop Albert Mammon was on the beach — the next, he was on the job rescuing a drowning teen.
Brooklyn’s cherry king, who killed himself, used his family business to disguise the illegal enterprise, a source said Thursday.
They're not thanking God for this Friday’s.
Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who transformed the University of Notre Dame into an academic power during his 35 years in charge, has died.
Three people were found dead Thursday afternoon in a Memphis apartment in what police believe to be a murder-suicide.
LeBron James says he isn’t about personal statements. He made one anyway Thursday night.
There’s no fast lane for the Web, but Internet providers are likely revving up for court.
Two men suspected of vandalizing a historic structure near San Francisco had to be rescued after they got trapped on a cliff trying to flee.