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Crews have rescued a construction worker who fell 25 feet into a trench at a property in the Kew Gardens section of Queens where there was a stop-work order in effect.
Updated 10:32 PM
The National Security Agency's director says the government's phone and Internet surveillance programs prevented numerous terrorist plots, including one aimed at the New York Stock Exchange. | Share your thoughts.
Updated 6:25 PM
Police are investigating the stabbing and wounding of a man in the Times Square area this afternoon, and while authorities do not have a suspect yet, they believe the victim and his stabber knew each other.
The FBI has released new video and photos of the person they believe is responsible for the 2008 bombing of the armed forces recruiting center in Times Square, and is also offering a $65,000 reward for information in the case.
Updated 3:50 PM
A week after Mayor Micahel Bloomberg announced an ambitious flood-protection agenda for the city, the first stages of sand dunes are already rising along a stretch of the Rockaways.
The city has finalized a map of new hurricane evacuation zones, revised in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and an additional 600,000 New Yorkers now live within the zones' boundaries. | Find out if your home is in an evacuation zone.
Updated 3:43 PM
A pilot program from AT&T is putting free solar mobile charging stations across the city that can charge six devices at once.
As part of his Soul's Survivors series, NY1's Dean Meminger filed the following report on Bill Withers, who didn't start his career as a professional singer until he was in his 30s but ended up writing songs that captured everyday emotions.
Updated 06/16/2013 04:12 PM
In part two of this week's five-part series highlighting some of the top titles from the E3 video game convention, NY1's Adam Balkin highlights some games that draw so many in even if they don't consider themselves serious gamers.
Experienced entrepreneurs who turned their ideas into income are celebrating National Small Business Week with some helpful advice.
Dozens of the industry's best turned out in Midtown this week for the "Songwriters Hall of Fame" induction ceremony.
Chef Dan Eaton shows you how to make a quick and fresh summer fruit smoothie in today's "Cooking at Home" recipe.
The debate continued over whether there is a link between exposure to 9/11 debris and cancer, and while advocates at Monday's City Council hearing urged lawmakers to support current studies and treatment for victims, testifying scientists were not willing to make an outright association.
NY1 wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Almost eight months after Hurricane Sandy, a Staten Island family is living in limbo, waiting on a payout from their flood insurance for their house that was gutted by the storm.
NY1 takes a look at what’s in today’s New York City newspapers.
John Schiumo hosts the June 17, 2013 episode of The Call.
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