NYC soda ban on large, sugary drinks goes into effect Tuesday, and restaurants are making the necessary adjustments. Some are ordering smaller glasses, while others are having customers sweeten their own coffee to comply with the NYC soda ban.
Questions remain following the collision Wednesday morning of a ferry into a dock in Manhattan. The ferry had recently undergone an overhaul, but officials said it was too soon to tell if the engine and propulsion work played a role in the crash.
The 20-year-old daughter of Ki-Suck Han, the man pushed onto the subway tracks Monday at the Times Square station, said it would have been great if someone had helped her dad before he was struck and killed by the train.
Many hit hard by hurricane Sandy will be celebrating a subdued Thanksgiving this year. But there is still much to be grateful for, and thanks to New York and New Jersey organizations, no one will miss a turkey dinner.
Burned by long power outages last fall, utility companies are prepping for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, which is expected merge with a winter storm and create what forecasters are branding "Frankenstorm." As many as 50 million people could be effected by Sandy.
The September 11 memorial and museum will require a $60 million-a-year operating budget. Some argue the federal government can't afford such a hefty price tag, while others say the meaning behind the memorial is worth any cost.