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Newly filed papers provide details of how, according to federal prosecutors, then-Suffolk DA Thomas Spota and aide Christopher McPartland masterminded the cover-up of the Christopher Loeb beating -- along with then-Suffolk Police Chief James Burke.
New Zealand police hold 'grave fears' for the safety of a 22-year-old British tourist who has been missing for six days and failed to contact her parents on her birthday
The jogger hit by a minivan Tuesday at Stony Brook University has died of his injuries, Suffolk police said Thursday.
Heather Nauert, of Locust Valley, was a reporter for Fox News Channel before she became State Department spokeswoman under former secretary Rex Tillerson.
Bad day for Huawei On Saturday, the same day President Donald Trump met with China President Xi Jinping in Argentina, authorities in Canada took into custody Meng Wanzhou, the global chief financial officer for Huawei, a giant Chinese telecom firm. She was arrested at the behest of U.S. Justice...
James Bettcher loves an aggressive, frantic, attacking defense. But the Giants' coordinator wants his guys to chill out a little late in games. That, he said, will help avoid the types of endings that have been happening to them in the past few weeks.
A Muttontown man "treated the Long Island Expressway like a racetrack" and shares the blame with another speeding driver for a crash that killed a car passenger, a prosecutor said Thursday.
The Empire State Development Corporation adopted the environmental impact study of a $1.2 billion plan for the Islanders arena and entertainment complex. Public hearings will be held beginning Jan. 8.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Jets offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates is trying to remain positive and not lose sleep amid a very deflating stretch, but he needs to do something to wake up his unit.
BOSTON -- While Frank Ntilikina waits not so patiently for his turn on the floor and Kevin Knox hopes to rejoin the starting lineup, the Knicks kept their starters intact for the ninth straight game Thursday night against the Celtics.
Winning state titles are great, but swimming in the same pool as an Olympian, well that's another story.
Michael Avenatti announced on Twitter Thursday that he is joining the legal team defending the activist charged with illegally climbing the Statue of Liberty at her upcoming trial in Manhattan federal court.
Nassau police raise awareness about such thefts, saying they tend to spike during this time of year.
Twenty-five years after her father was among the six people gunned down on a Long Island Rail Road train, Kara Gorycki called her feelings about the tragedy, her father and the man who took him from her as "indescribable."
Sometimes it does rain in Southern California: Drought-plagued Los Angeles receives record-breaking rainfall
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Todd Bowles didn't feel like being reflective about his four seasons as the Jets' coach or how much of a toll this season has taken on him.
After 20 years without a pay raise, New York's legislators and top officials deserve increases. New York's residents in return deserve public servants who are fully devoted to their official duties.
Two days after the NYPD announced it was rolling out a squadron of drones to help in police work, department officials said one of the devices was pressed into service for the first time to do reconnaissance related to an officer-involved-shooting in the Bronx.