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  • Tyga calls for Empire State Building to go gold

    Tyga calls for Empire State Building to go gold

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 10:37 PM EDT2014-08-20 02:37:52 GMT
    The push to go gold for pediatric cancer has spread to the hip hop world. Popular rapper Tyga is joining those calling for the Empire State Building to light up for a good cause.
    The push to go gold for pediatric cancer has spread to the hip hop world. Popular rapper Tyga is joining those calling for the Empire State Building to light up for a good cause.
  • Times Square to go gold for cancer research

    Times Square to go gold for cancer research

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 7:04 PM EDT2014-08-19 23:04:06 GMT
    Things are looking up for cute little Cami King. Not only is her cancer in remission, she also just got to meet Mickey, Minnie and Elmo in Times Square. But, if you can believe it, there's something else this 4-year-old is even more excited about: Times Square is going gold. The chairman of the Times Square Advertising Coalition announced the crossroads of the world is going to light up in gold to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
    Things are looking up for cute little Cami King. Not only is her cancer in remission, she also just got to meet Mickey, Minnie and Elmo in Times Square. But, if you can believe it, there's something else this 4-year-old is even more excited about: Times Square is going gold. The chairman of the Times Square Advertising Coalition announced the crossroads of the world is going to light up in gold to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
  • Times Square characters: we don't work for free

    Times Square characters: we don't work for free

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 5:42 PM EDT2014-08-19 21:42:12 GMT
    Times Square characters want to be taken seriously and want their tips. The mostly immigrant workers are now called the Association of Artists United for a Smile and are fighting to protect their jobs, in light of a recent crackdown. Jorge Duran says he makes about $150 a day in tips dressing up as the Statue of Liberty. He says he stands around for hours, sweating inside a costume, and says it is annoying and unfair if he poses for a good picture and gets nothing.
    Times Square characters want to be taken seriously and want their tips. The mostly immigrant workers are now called the Association of Artists United for a Smile and are fighting to protect their jobs, in light of a recent crackdown. Jorge Duran says he makes about $150 a day in tips dressing up as the Statue of Liberty. He says he stands around for hours, sweating inside a costume, and says it is annoying and unfair if he poses for a good picture and gets nothing.
  • De Blasio not reimbursing city

    De Blasio not reimbursing city

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 2:37 PM EDT2014-08-19 18:37:49 GMT
    Mayor Bill de Blasio won't be reimbursing the city for personal travels that involve his security detail. "We have followed the conflict of interest board guidelines. I am following their guidelines to the letter," said de Blasio. The mayor has been heavily criticized for not paying the city back for travel expenses. Attention around the issue started last week when de Blasio was spotted not paying for a subway ride to Barclays Center while on official business.
    Mayor Bill de Blasio won't be reimbursing the city for personal travels that involve his security detail. "We have followed the conflict of interest board guidelines. I am following their guidelines to the letter," said de Blasio. The mayor has been heavily criticized for not paying the city back for travel expenses. Attention around the issue started last week when de Blasio was spotted not paying for a subway ride to Barclays Center while on official business.
  • City council speaker on HPV diagnosis

    City council speaker on HPV diagnosis

    Tuesday, August 19 2014 8:58 AM EDT2014-08-19 12:58:17 GMT
    New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is expected to undergo a biopsy on Tuesday after revealing she was diagnosed with high-risk Human papillomavirus or HPV. The most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States has many strains; a high-risk strain can lead to genital warts or cervical cancer. "Most sexually active people will have HPV at some point in their lives," said Dr. Roshini Raj. 
    New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is expected to undergo a biopsy on Tuesday after revealing she was diagnosed with high-risk Human papillomavirus or HPV. The most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States has many strains; a high-risk strain can lead to genital warts or cervical cancer. "Most sexually active people will have HPV at some point in their lives," said Dr. Roshini Raj. 
  • Travel and hotel for dogs and owners

    Travel and hotel for dogs and owners

    Monday, August 18 2014 11:02 PM EDT2014-08-19 03:02:45 GMT
    Lots of people love their pet so much they hate to be apart even on vacation. So one New York City hotel is offering to put up you and your pooch. The Out Hotel in Hell's Kitchen will soon be offering two dog house suites. For $349 a night you can check in with your pet. Your pup will have its own doggy door leading to a private courtyard fixed up with a dog house and fake fire hydrant.
    Lots of people love their pet so much they hate to be apart even on vacation. So one New York City hotel is offering to put up you and your pooch. The Out Hotel in Hell's Kitchen will soon be offering two dog house suites. For $349 a night you can check in with your pet. Your pup will have its own doggy door leading to a private courtyard fixed up with a dog house and fake fire hydrant.
  • Protests planned

    Sultan of Brunei wants the Plaza Hotel

    Sultan of Brunei wants the Plaza Hotel

    Monday, August 18 2014 10:23 PM EDT2014-08-19 02:23:07 GMT
    The Sultan of Brunei owns the Beverly Hills Hotel in California, where a human rights group staged a boycott and protests this summer. The same group is telling the sultan that if he buys the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, he can expect the same here. Joshua Rahlan of Human Rights Campaign is urging New Yorkers to make it clear to sultan that he should take is business elsewhere.
    The Sultan of Brunei owns the Beverly Hills Hotel in California, where a human rights group staged a boycott and protests this summer. The same group is telling the sultan that if he buys the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, he can expect the same here. Joshua Rahlan of Human Rights Campaign is urging New Yorkers to make it clear to sultan that he should take is business elsewhere.
  • 1 dead

    Manhattan building fire

    Manhattan building fire

    Monday, August 18 2014 10:08 PM EDT2014-08-19 02:08:06 GMT
    The New York Police Department says a body has been found at the scene of a fire that ravaged an apartment building in northern Manhattan. Fire Department officials say the blaze started at about 5:45 p.m. Monday in a six-story apartment building on West 136 Street in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood. It went up to four alarms.
    The New York Police Department says a body has been found at the scene of a fire that ravaged an apartment building in northern Manhattan. Fire Department officials say the blaze started at about 5:45 p.m. Monday in a six-story apartment building on West 136 Street in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood. It went up to four alarms.
  • Luxury shoe designer Ruthie Davis

    Luxury shoe designer Ruthie Davis

    Monday, August 18 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-08-18 21:55:58 GMT
    When it comes to the luxury shoe industry, a new kid is in town and her name is Ruthie Davis. Ruthie is the only American female luxury shoe designer in the industry. Her shoes are sold in more than 35 countries and worn by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and other stars. Plus major national magazines Lucky, Cosmo, Elle and Glamour have all taken notice.
    When it comes to the luxury shoe industry, a new kid is in town and her name is Ruthie Davis. Ruthie is the only American female luxury shoe designer in the industry. Her shoes are sold in more than 35 countries and worn by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and other stars. Plus major national magazines Lucky, Cosmo, Elle and Glamour have all taken notice.
  • Philadelphia, Washington, New York

    Pope Francis hopes to visit U.S. in 2015

    Pope Francis hopes to visit U.S. in 2015

    Monday, August 18 2014 3:40 PM EDT2014-08-18 19:40:51 GMT
    Pope Francis has confirmed he wants to go to the United States next year and is considering a three-city trip in September 2015: Philadelphia for a family rally, Washington to address Congress and New York to speak...
    Pope Francis has confirmed he wants to go to the United States next year and is considering a three-city trip in September 2015: Philadelphia for a family rally, Washington to address Congress and New York to speak at the...
  • Ex-Army psychiatrist to be NYC's veterans head

    Ex-Army psychiatrist to be NYC's veterans head

    Monday, August 18 2014 3:29 PM EDT2014-08-18 19:29:48 GMT

    A retired brigadier general who was the Army's highest-ranking psychiatrist has been named New York City's veterans affairs' commissioner. She said she'll use her expertise on post-traumatic stress disorder to serve the city's 200,000 veterans.


    A retired brigadier general who was the Army's highest-ranking psychiatrist has been named New York City's veterans affairs' commissioner. She said she'll use her expertise on post-traumatic stress disorder to serve the city's 200,000 veterans.


  • Report: Subway fare-beating arrests soar

    Report: Subway fare-beating arrests soar

    Monday, August 18 2014 1:46 PM EDT2014-08-18 17:46:08 GMT
    A news report finds arrests for a familiar, small-time New York City crime - subway fare-beating - have shot up by nearly 70 percent in the last five years.
    A news report finds arrests for a familiar, small-time New York City crime - subway fare-beating - have shot up by nearly 70 percent in the last five years.
  • NYC's Met opera reaches deals with 2 unions

    NYC's Met opera reaches deals with 2 unions

    Monday, August 18 2014 6:58 AM EDT2014-08-18 10:58:34 GMT
    New York's Metropolitan Opera has reached tentative labor deals with two of its largest unions while negotiations continue with 10 more unions in hopes of averting a lockout.
    New York's Metropolitan Opera has reached tentative labor deals with two of its largest unions while negotiations continue with 10 more unions in hopes of averting a lockout.
  • 15 shot in NYC within 8 hours, 2 dead

    15 shot in NYC within 8 hours, 2 dead

    Monday, August 18 2014 6:20 AM EDT2014-08-18 10:20:42 GMT
    Fifteen people were shot in a rash of weekend violence in New York City.  The violence left two people dead and 13 others injured within a span of just 8 hours.
    Fifteen people were shot in a rash of weekend violence in New York City.  The violence left two people dead and 13 others injured within a span of just 8 hours.
  • 2 men shot to death outside NYC food store

    2 men shot to death outside NYC food store

    Sunday, August 17 2014 7:50 PM EDT2014-08-17 23:50:56 GMT
    Two men have been killed in an early morning shooting outside a Harlem food store.
    Two men have been killed in an early morning shooting outside a Harlem food store.
  • 4th man arrested in NY cabbie slaying

    4th man arrested in NY cabbie slaying

    Sunday, August 17 2014 3:15 PM EDT2014-08-17 19:15:15 GMT
    A fourth man has been arrested in the carjacking and killing of a New York City cab driver.
    A fourth man has been arrested in the carjacking and killing of a New York City cab driver.
  • Police search for suspect after 3 shot in Harlem

    Police search for suspect after 3 shot in Harlem

    Police are searching for a suspect in a shooting that wounded three men at a Manhattan park.
    Police are searching for a suspect in a shooting that wounded three men at a Manhattan park.
  • Garner's mother speaks in solidarity with Michael Brown's mother

    Garner's mother speaks in solidarity with Michael Brown's mother

    Saturday, August 16 2014 7:15 PM EDT2014-08-16 23:15:02 GMT
    At a meeting featuring members of the National Action Network, the mother of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died after an apparent chokehold by an NYPD officer said “Stay strong along with us. The more we are together. We'll get what we want." 
    At a meeting featuring members of the National Action Network, the mother of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died after an apparent chokehold by an NYPD officer said “Stay strong along with us. The more we are together. We'll get what we want." 
  • 3 stabbed, 1 critically, in NYC subway altercation

    3 stabbed, 1 critically, in NYC subway altercation

    Saturday, August 16 2014 2:50 PM EDT2014-08-16 18:50:34 GMT
    Police say an intoxicated straphanger stabbed three other men on a subway train pulling into New York's Grand Central Terminal.
    Police say an intoxicated straphanger stabbed three other men on a subway train pulling into New York's Grand Central Terminal.
  • Friday Night Live: August 15, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 15, 2014

    Friday, August 15 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-08-16 02:53:10 GMT

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Kellan Lutz, Annie Thorisdottor, National Roller Coaster Day, DJ Paola Shea, Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly.

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Kellan Lutz, Annie Thorisdottor, National Roller Coaster Day, DJ Paola Shea, Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly.


  • Empire State Building says 'no'

    Coney's Parachute Jump to go gold for cancer research

    Coney's Parachute Jump to go gold for cancer research

    Friday, August 15 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-08-16 02:13:06 GMT
    Step by step, little Sally Kabel is on her way to beating cancer. But it's no easy fight. This week has been particularly tough for the almost 2-year-old. Sally's dad, Matt Kabel never expected something else: that the iconic Empire State Building refusing to go gold for just one night to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
    Step by step, little Sally Kabel is on her way to beating cancer. But it's no easy fight. This week has been particularly tough for the almost 2-year-old. Sally's dad, Matt Kabel never expected something else: that the iconic Empire State Building refusing to go gold for just one night to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
  • LIRR union members approve contract

    LIRR union members approve contract

    Friday, August 15 2014 9:12 PM EDT2014-08-16 01:12:55 GMT
    Members of the unions representing most Long Island Rail Road workers have approved the four-year contract that was negotiated last month.
    Members of the unions representing most Long Island Rail Road workers have approved the four-year contract that was negotiated last month.
  • Boston champ Meb Keflezighi to run NYC Marathon

    Boston champ Meb Keflezighi to run NYC Marathon

    Friday, August 15 2014 7:06 PM EDT2014-08-15 23:06:46 GMT
    Three-time Olympian and Boston Marathon champion Meb Keflezighi will run this November's TCS New York City Marathon, a race he won in 2009, New York Road Runners announced recently. Keflezighi, the 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the marathon, will run as Team for Kids ambassador, raising money for the NYRR Team for Kids charity running team as well as his own charity, the MEB Foundation.
    Three-time Olympian and Boston Marathon champion Meb Keflezighi will run this November's TCS New York City Marathon, a race he won in 2009, New York Road Runners announced recently. Keflezighi, the 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the marathon, will run as Team for Kids ambassador, raising money for the NYRR Team for Kids charity running team as well as his own charity, the MEB Foundation.
  • Jacques d'Amboise: pied piper of dance

    Jacques d'Amboise: pied piper of dance

    Friday, August 15 2014 6:44 PM EDT2014-08-15 22:44:38 GMT
    Jacques d'Amboise, 80, is the founder of the National Dance Institute. He started teaching in 1975. NDI takes on 4th and 5th graders in New York City schools, instilling art, discipline, teamwork and wonder in more than 2 million students along the way. Each school year culminates in an elaborate performance.
    Jacques d'Amboise, 80, is the founder of the National Dance Institute. He started teaching in 1975. NDI takes on 4th and 5th graders in New York City schools, instilling art, discipline, teamwork and wonder in more than 2 million students along the way. Each school year culminates in an elaborate performance.
  • Cat survives 9-story fall in NYC

    Cat survives 9-story fall in NYC

    Friday, August 15 2014 5:41 PM EDT2014-08-15 21:41:48 GMT
    Eight lives to go and counting. Gizmo the cat is one lucky feline. He survived a fall from nine stories up in Manhattan and is now recovering from few minor scratches and a broken tooth. Gizmo's owner, Samuel Jacobs, said when he got home from running errands on Tuesday he realized his cat was missing. He frantically searched his 12th floor midtown apartment with no luck.
    Eight lives to go and counting. Gizmo the cat is one lucky feline. He survived a fall from nine stories up in Manhattan and is now recovering from few minor scratches and a broken tooth. Gizmo's owner, Samuel Jacobs, said when he got home from running errands on Tuesday he realized his cat was missing. He frantically searched his 12th floor midtown apartment with no luck.
  • Judge asked to stop free NY college's tuition plan

    Judge asked to stop free NY college's tuition plan

    Friday, August 15 2014 12:22 PM EDT2014-08-15 16:22:56 GMT
    A storied New York college is facing off in court with students and faculty who want to stop it from charging undergraduate tuition for the first time in over a century.
    A storied New York college is facing off in court with students and faculty who want to stop it from charging undergraduate tuition for the first time in over a century.
  • Thousands protest in Times Square over Michael Brown shooting

    Thousands protest in Times Square over Michael Brown shooting

    Friday, August 15 2014 11:04 AM EDT2014-08-15 15:04:56 GMT
    Demonstrators rallied in New York City and other cities around the United States Thursday evening to protest the shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, and the subsequent police response to protests there.Rallies in that community turned tense and violent and heavily armed police officers clashed with protesters.
    Demonstrators rallied in New York City and other cities around the United States Thursday evening to protest the shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, and the subsequent police response to protests there.Rallies in that community turned tense and violent and heavily armed police officers clashed with protesters.
  • Santa Claus and Rockettes stop traffic in NYC

    Santa Claus and Rockettes stop traffic in NYC

    Friday, August 15 2014 8:15 AM EDT2014-08-15 12:15:42 GMT
    The calendar says August, but that didn't stop Santa Claus from visiting Midtown Manhattan and snarling a section of Sixth Avenue, much to the bafflement of tourists and the frustration of drivers forced to idle their vehicles.
    The calendar says August, but that didn't stop Santa Claus from visiting Midtown Manhattan and snarling a section of Sixth Avenue, much to the bafflement of tourists and the frustration of drivers forced to idle their vehicles.
  • Metropolitan Museum's clock winder

    Metropolitan Museum's clock winder

    Thursday, August 14 2014 10:44 PM EDT2014-08-15 02:44:15 GMT
    Twice a week for the last 40 years, Clare Vincent, 78, has wound the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection of European clocks. "My late husband used to say: 'Your clocks are all old people and you have to know what's the matter and what they don't like very much,'" Vincent says. Vincent refers to each clock by the name of its maker.
    Twice a week for the last 40 years, Clare Vincent, 78, has wound the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection of European clocks. "My late husband used to say: 'Your clocks are all old people and you have to know what's the matter and what they don't like very much,'" Vincent says. Vincent refers to each clock by the name of its maker.
  • How to donate

    Operation Backpack

    Operation Backpack

    Thursday, August 14 2014 5:32 PM EDT2014-08-14 21:32:05 GMT
    Operation Backpack, a program by Volunteers of America, is in full swing. The group is asking generous people to get involved and help children living in New York homeless and domestic violence shelters be outfitted for school. You can still donate money. The group is no longer asking for donations of supplies and bags.
    Operation Backpack, a program by Volunteers of America, is in full swing. The group is asking generous people to get involved and help children living in New York homeless and domestic violence shelters be outfitted for school. You can still donate money. The group is no longer asking for donations of supplies and bags.
  • Superstorm Sandy

    Bellevue Hospital gets FEMA aid for Sandy

    Bellevue Hospital gets FEMA aid for Sandy

    Thursday, August 14 2014 3:30 PM EDT2014-08-14 19:30:57 GMT
    New York City's public hospital system will receive more than $117 million in federal aid for repairs to Bellevue Hospital for Superstorm-Sandy-related damages, New York's two U.S. senators said. Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand said Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Public Assistance program will reimburse the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation for repairs made after the storm.
    New York City's public hospital system will receive more than $117 million in federal aid for repairs to Bellevue Hospital for Superstorm-Sandy-related damages, New York's two U.S. senators said. Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand said Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Public Assistance program will reimburse the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation for repairs made after the storm.
  • Fight to keep The Subway Inn open

    Fight to keep The Subway Inn open

    Thursday, August 14 2014 2:27 PM EDT2014-08-14 18:27:40 GMT
    The family owners of the soon-to-be shuttered The Subway Inn on Manhattan's Upper East Side aren't going out without a fight. Developers plan on building luxury condos where the 77-year-old bar on Lexington Ave. and E. 60th St. stands.
    The family owners of the soon-to-be shuttered The Subway Inn on Manhattan's Upper East Side aren't going out without a fight. Developers plan on building luxury condos where the 77-year-old bar on Lexington Ave. and E. 60th St. stands.
  • Flooding remains in parts of Long Island

    Flooding remains in parts of Long Island

    Thursday, August 14 2014 6:02 AM EDT2014-08-14 10:02:54 GMT
    The cleanup has begun in some parts of Long Island while others continue to deal with flooding from heavy rain fall that began late Tuesday and intensified on Wednesday. Cars remain stranded after rain pounded the area. More than 13 inches of rain fell in Islip. The National Weather Service said the rain was the largest event on record for New York State in a 24-hour period.

    The cleanup has begun in some parts of Long Island while others continue to deal with flooding from heavy rain fall that began late Tuesday and intensified on Wednesday. Cars remain stranded after rain pounded the area. More than 13 inches of rain fell in Islip. The National Weather Service said the rain was the largest event on record for New York State in a 24-hour period.

  • Matchmaker connects moms with each other

    Matchmaker connects moms with each other

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 10:42 PM EDT2014-08-14 02:42:22 GMT
    It seems like there's a matchmaker out there for just about everyone. A unique matchmaker has paired more than 4,000 mothers. Renee Sullivan, the founder of Babybites Moms Groups, sets up new moms and even expectant ones with each other once a week.
    It seems like there's a matchmaker out there for just about everyone. A unique matchmaker has paired more than 4,000 mothers. Renee Sullivan, the founder of Babybites Moms Groups, sets up new moms and even expectant ones with each other once a week.
  • NYC community outreach to fight crime

    NYC community outreach to fight crime

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 6:56 PM EDT2014-08-13 22:56:50 GMT
    New York City has what are called hot zones -- areas that account for a disproportionate number of shootings. Central Harlem is one. Now city officials and community leaders plan to stop the violence with more than police patrols. Mayor Bill de Blasio and city officials are taking new steps to prevent violence in the most troubled areas identified by the NYPD. The mayor said police are a key component, but law enforcement can't do it alone.
    New York City has what are called hot zones -- areas that account for a disproportionate number of shootings. Central Harlem is one. Now city officials and community leaders plan to stop the violence with more than police patrols. Mayor Bill de Blasio and city officials are taking new steps to prevent violence in the most troubled areas identified by the NYPD. The mayor said police are a key component, but law enforcement can't do it alone.
  • Shaming New Yorkers who don't scoop dog poop

    Shaming New Yorkers who don't scoop dog poop

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 9:24 AM EDT2014-08-13 13:24:33 GMT
    Shame can be a powerful motivator. Some New Yorkers hope it will be enough to get people to clean up after their dogs. His owner says Snoopy doesn't think he's a dog. But just like both man and beast, sometimes Snoopy poops. When he does drop something requiring scooping, his owner vows she picks it up. She says the other people in her Castle Hill, the Bronx, housing complex do the same for their dogs.
    Shame can be a powerful motivator. Some New Yorkers hope it will be enough to get people to clean up after their dogs. His owner says Snoopy doesn't think he's a dog. But just like both man and beast, sometimes Snoopy poops. When he does drop something requiring scooping, his owner vows she picks it up. She says the other people in her Castle Hill, the Bronx, housing complex do the same for their dogs.
  • Operation Safe Cycle in NYC

    Operation Safe Cycle in NYC

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 7:53 AM EDT2014-08-13 11:53:06 GMT
    The NYPD begins a two-week crackdown on Wednesday of bicycle riders not following the rules of the road. Operation Safe Cycle will focus on the following: failure to stop at a red light, disobey a traffic signal or sign, riding the wrong direction against traffic, riding on the sidewalk, and failure to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk. Cops will also focus on motorists who obstruct bicycle lanes.
    The NYPD begins a two-week crackdown on Wednesday of bicycle riders not following the rules of the road. Operation Safe Cycle will focus on the following: failure to stop at a red light, disobey a traffic signal or sign, riding the wrong direction against traffic, riding on the sidewalk, and failure to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk. Cops will also focus on motorists who obstruct bicycle lanes.
  • The Donut Burger

    The Donut Burger

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-08-13 02:31:58 GMT
    It is a little bit of sweet mixed with a little bit of salty. It sounds like the perfect snack. But it's actually a meal: the Donut Burger. Fox 5 has introduced you to some of New York's most indulgent dishes: there was the chocolate chip cookie shot and the rib that was as big as my face. Well, neither can top the Donut Burger from the Burger Bistro in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
    It is a little bit of sweet mixed with a little bit of salty. It sounds like the perfect snack. But it's actually a meal: the Donut Burger. Fox 5 has introduced you to some of New York's most indulgent dishes: there was the chocolate chip cookie shot and the rib that was as big as my face. Well, neither can top the Donut Burger from the Burger Bistro in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
  • Mayor: NYC will learn from 2004 RNC 'mistakes'

    Mayor: NYC will learn from 2004 RNC 'mistakes'

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 5:04 PM EDT2014-08-12 21:04:17 GMT
    Brooklyn's final pitch to hold the 2016 Democratic national convention was centered on New York City's robust mass transit system -- and a pledge to learn "from the mistakes" from the last time the city hosted a presidential convention. The Republicans gathered in New York in 2004 to re-nominate President George W. Bush, choosing to meet in deep-blue Manhattan less than three years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
    Brooklyn's final pitch to hold the 2016 Democratic national convention was centered on New York City's robust mass transit system -- and a pledge to learn "from the mistakes" from the last time the city hosted a presidential convention. The Republicans gathered in New York in 2004 to re-nominate President George W. Bush, choosing to meet in deep-blue Manhattan less than three years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
  • Report: German artists hoisted white flags over Brooklyn Bridge

    Report: German artists hoisted white flags over Brooklyn Bridge

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 3:39 PM EDT2014-08-12 19:39:52 GMT
    The theft of huge U.S flags from atop the Brooklyn Bridge and their replacement with faded, almost-white American flags was apparently an elaborate artistic demonstration, according to the New York Times. Two German artists reached out to the Times to confess their stunt and provided videos and photos to the newspaper to prove their claim.
    The theft of huge U.S flags from atop the Brooklyn Bridge and their replacement with faded, almost-white American flags was apparently an elaborate artistic demonstration, according to the New York Times. Two German artists reached out to the Times to confess their stunt and provided videos and photos to the newspaper to prove their claim.
  • Whales in New York Harbor

    Whales in New York Harbor

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 1:18 PM EDT2014-08-12 17:18:26 GMT
    The waters around New York City are a lot more crowded these days with sea life. Whale watchers are getting an eyeful. Artie Raslich snapped a whale of a photograph from the deck of the American Princess.  Gotham Whale counted just five whales in 2011. This summer, they've already seen 49.
    The waters around New York City are a lot more crowded these days with sea life. Whale watchers are getting an eyeful. Artie Raslich snapped a whale of a photograph from the deck of the American Princess.  Gotham Whale counted just five whales in 2011. This summer, they've already seen 49.
  • Is the ice bucket challenge just 'slackivism'?

    Is the ice bucket challenge just 'slackivism'?

    Tuesday, August 12 2014 8:21 AM EDT2014-08-12 12:21:13 GMT
    If you're like most social media users, it is very likely videos of the ice bucket challenge have taken over your feeds in recent days. But while the videos are showing up all over, and celebrities like Ethel Kennedy are jumping on board, it seems plenty of people still have no idea what the videos are about.
    If you're like most social media users, it is very likely videos of the ice bucket challenge have taken over your feeds in recent days. But while the videos are showing up all over, and celebrities like Ethel Kennedy are jumping on board, it seems plenty of people still have no idea what the videos are about.
  • Public advocate: NYPD cops should wear cameras

    Public advocate: NYPD cops should wear cameras

    Monday, August 11 2014 9:24 PM EDT2014-08-12 01:24:27 GMT
    In the aftermath of the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner at the hands of police, an incident that has created a major rift between officers and the community, Public Advocate Letitia James says it is time for NYPD patrol officers to wear cameras on their uniforms. James is calling for a pilot program to outfit 15 percent of NYPD officers with cameras in precincts with the highest crime rates and complaints about police misconduct.
    In the aftermath of the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner at the hands of police, an incident that has created a major rift between officers and the community, Public Advocate Letitia James says it is time for NYPD patrol officers to wear cameras on their uniforms. James is calling for a pilot program to outfit 15 percent of NYPD officers with cameras in precincts with the highest crime rates and complaints about police misconduct.
  • Cuomo signs 25 MPH NYC speed limit into law

    Cuomo signs 25 MPH NYC speed limit into law

    Sunday, August 10 2014 11:04 PM EDT2014-08-11 03:04:46 GMT
    Cuomo signed a new law in Manhattan on Saturday that makes the speed limit 25 MPH. He was flanked by two traffic signs that read "speed limit 25." The current speed limit was 30.
    Cuomo signed a new law in Manhattan on Saturday that makes the speed limit 25 MPH. He was flanked by two traffic signs that read "speed limit 25." The current speed limit was 30.
  • Friday Night Live: August 8, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 8, 2014

    Friday, August 8 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-08-09 02:33:05 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: D.J. Kaz, MKTO, classic cars show, Mario Cantone, and Ariana Grinblat.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: D.J. Kaz, MKTO, classic cars show, Mario Cantone, and Ariana Grinblat.
  • Naked in Times Square

    Naked in Times Square

    Friday, August 8 2014 10:20 PM EDT2014-08-09 02:20:27 GMT
    The young women on the other end of the outburst "Hello! You're wrong! Go put on some clothes!" posed in the August evening air wearing only shoes, a thong and a smile."Where do you see naked girls out in the street, right?" says Ruby Torres. In Times Square, evidently, where Ruby and a rotating cast of 15 other girls collect tips for their manager, a man who says he learned the art of body painting as a child.
    The young women on the other end of the outburst "Hello! You're wrong! Go put on some clothes!" posed in the August evening air wearing only shoes, a thong and a smile."Where do you see naked girls out in the street, right?" says Ruby Torres. In Times Square, evidently, where Ruby and a rotating cast of 15 other girls collect tips for their manager, a man who says he learned the art of body painting as a child.
  • Union president's aggressive rant on Common Core

    Union president's aggressive rant on Common Core

    Friday, August 8 2014 7:10 PM EDT2014-08-08 23:10:24 GMT
    Michael Mulgrew, the president of the United Federation of Teachers, represents all 75,000 public school teachers in New York City. He made some pretty aggressive threats saying, he would punch people in the face and push them in the dirt if they were against Common Core. "
    Michael Mulgrew, the president of the United Federation of Teachers, represents all 75,000 public school teachers in New York City. He made some pretty aggressive threats saying, he would punch people in the face and push them in the dirt if they were against Common Core. "
  • Cardinal Dolan to host leaders after NYPD custody death

    Cardinal Dolan to host leaders after NYPD custody death

    Friday, August 8 2014 4:43 PM EDT2014-08-08 20:43:07 GMT
    Cardinal Timothy Dolan is hosting a meeting of New York's most influential religious leaders in the wake of a man's death in police custody. Mayor Bill de Blasio told the Associated Press on Friday that Dolan will host the gathering later this month. De Blasio said there is "a tremendous need for healing at this moment."
    Cardinal Timothy Dolan is hosting a meeting of New York's most influential religious leaders in the wake of a man's death in police custody. Mayor Bill de Blasio told the Associated Press on Friday that Dolan will host the gathering later this month. De Blasio said there is "a tremendous need for healing at this moment."

  • Are squeegee men back in New York City?

    Are squeegee men back in New York City?

    Friday, August 8 2014 1:23 PM EDT2014-08-08 17:23:11 GMT
    During his tenure as mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani referred to the men wiping down the windshields of drivers' vehicles at red lights and intersections as a "menace" to society. He made it part of his agenda to root them out. Decades later, those squeegee men-- who get their name from the scraping tool they use-- appear to have made a come back. Squeegees have been spotted at work near the Queensboro Bridge, Queens Plaza and Lincoln Tunnel.
    During his tenure as mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani referred to the men wiping down the windshields of drivers' vehicles at red lights and intersections as a "menace" to society. He made it part of his agenda to root them out. Decades later, those squeegee men-- who get their name from the scraping tool they use-- appear to have made a come back. Squeegees have been spotted at work near the Queensboro Bridge, Queens Plaza and Lincoln Tunnel.
  • 10 romantic spots in New York City

    10 romantic spots in New York City

    Friday, August 8 2014 9:04 AM EDT2014-08-08 13:04:41 GMT
    New York is known for many things such as its tall buildings, food and historical attractions like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the 9/11 Memorial Museum. But something else New York can boast is the amount of romantic spots scattered across the five boroughs. You may have seen them in movies or TV shows. You may have not seen them on movies or TV shows and actually were there just yesterday!
    New York is known for many things such as its tall buildings, food and historical attractions like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the 9/11 Memorial Museum. But something else New York can boast is the amount of romantic spots scattered across the five boroughs. You may have seen them in movies or TV shows. You may have not seen them on movies or TV shows and actually were there just yesterday!
  • More bedbugs found on N line

    More bedbugs found on N line

    Friday, August 8 2014 7:35 AM EDT2014-08-08 11:35:53 GMT
    The bedbug problem on the subways appears to be worse than initially believed. A fourth subway car on the N line was found to have bedbugs this week. The discovery was made in the seat cushions where the conductor sits. In addition to riding with straphangers, the creepy crawlers were found in a conductor's home and in the lockers of two N crew workers.
    The bedbug problem on the subways appears to be worse than initially believed. A fourth subway car on the N line was found to have bedbugs this week. The discovery was made in the seat cushions where the conductor sits. In addition to riding with straphangers, the creepy crawlers were found in a conductor's home and in the lockers of two N crew workers.
  • Mayor de Blasio's family promotes composting

    Mayor de Blasio's family promotes composting

    Thursday, August 7 2014 11:28 PM EDT2014-08-08 03:28:56 GMT
    Mayor Bill de Blasio composts and he needs a backboard to sink a watermelon rind into his family's brown bin. The entire first family appears in a video, posted to the mayor's YouTube page, to promote the voluntary composting program, introduced under then-Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
    Mayor Bill de Blasio composts and he needs a backboard to sink a watermelon rind into his family's brown bin. The entire first family appears in a video, posted to the mayor's YouTube page, to promote the voluntary composting program, introduced under then-Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
  • Father in Amber Alert dead; boys safe

    Father in Amber Alert dead; boys safe

    Thursday, August 7 2014 1:31 PM EDT2014-08-07 17:31:36 GMT
    The father of two boys from the Philadelphia area who were at the center of an Amber Alert on Thursday was found dead on Staten Island with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, said police. Keith Belajonas, 32, is accused of killing his wife in the couple's apartment several hours earlier. An Amber Alert was issued for the boys who are 4 and 5 years old. 
    The father of two boys from the Philadelphia area who were at the center of an Amber Alert on Thursday was found dead on Staten Island with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, said police. Keith Belajonas, 32, is accused of killing his wife in the couple's apartment several hours earlier. An Amber Alert was issued for the boys who are 4 and 5 years old. 
  • De Blasio's children become city interns

    De Blasio's children become city interns

    Thursday, August 7 2014 11:28 AM EDT2014-08-07 15:28:40 GMT
    Government work is a family affair for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
    Government work is a family affair for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
  • What it takes to run New York City

    What it takes to run New York City

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 6:20 PM EDT2014-08-06 22:20:19 GMT
    More than eight million of us call New York City home. But how much do any of us really know about what it takes to make this city run? The City of New York employs 325,000 people in 40 different agencies. Leaders have the daunting job of balancing a $69 billion budget, keeping the massive transportation system running, educating 1.1 million public school students, deploying 34,000 police officers, and more.
    More than eight million of us call New York City home. But how much do any of us really know about what it takes to make this city run? The City of New York employs 325,000 people in 40 different agencies. Leaders have the daunting job of balancing a $69 billion budget, keeping the massive transportation system running, educating 1.1 million public school students, deploying 34,000 police officers, and more.
  • NYC agency: 911 project 'mismanaged'

    NYC agency: 911 project 'mismanaged'

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 5:46 PM EDT2014-08-06 21:46:35 GMT
    A decade-long, $2 billion-plus project to modernize New York City's emergency 911 system has been plagued by poor management, shoddy oversight and a lack of planning, according to a report released Wednesday by the city's Department of Investigation.
    A decade-long, $2 billion-plus project to modernize New York City's emergency 911 system has been plagued by poor management, shoddy oversight and a lack of planning, according to a report released Wednesday by the city's Department of Investigation.
  • NYC inmates in solitary not getting exercise time

    NYC inmates in solitary not getting exercise time

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 4:09 PM EDT2014-08-06 20:09:52 GMT
    A new report finds that more than 90 percent of New York City inmates in solitary confinement aren't getting one hour of legally mandated daily recreation time outside their cells. The review released Wednesday by the city agency charged with overseeing the jails finds that many inmates go multiple days locked inside 7- by 12-foot, single-occupancy cells.
    A new report finds that more than 90 percent of New York City inmates in solitary confinement aren't getting one hour of legally mandated daily recreation time outside their cells. The review released Wednesday by the city agency charged with overseeing the jails finds that many inmates go multiple days locked inside 7- by 12-foot, single-occupancy cells.
  • Bedbugs on N subway line

    Bedbugs on N subway line

    Wednesday, August 6 2014 7:36 AM EDT2014-08-06 11:36:16 GMT

    At least three subway cars on the N subway line are out of service after bedbugs were discovered traveling with straphangers. The cars which were taken out of service earlier this week are being fumigated, according to the MTA. The critters were reportedly spotted in seat cushions used by conductors and motormen.

    At least three subway cars on the N subway line are out of service after bedbugs were discovered traveling with straphangers. The cars which were taken out of service earlier this week are being fumigated, according to the MTA. The critters were reportedly spotted in seat cushions used by conductors and motormen.

  • Susan Sarandon's New York home burglarized

    Susan Sarandon's New York home burglarized

    Susan Sarandon's Manhattan apartment was burglarized over the weekend, People reports.
    Susan Sarandon's Manhattan apartment was burglarized over the weekend, People reports.
  • LL Cool J stays true to hip hop roots

    LL Cool J stays true to hip hop roots

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:38 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:38:22 GMT
    EXCLUSIVE -- LL Cool J grew and evolved from a hip hop artist out of Hollis, Queens, to a Hollywood TV and movie star. But he always stayed true to hip hop culture. We'd see him backstage at concerts just hanging out with us, so when I heard he was back in New York for the summer I had to find out why. I tracked him down to a Midtown Manhattan recording studio for this exclusive interview.
    EXCLUSIVE -- LL Cool J grew and evolved from a hip hop artist out of Hollis, Queens, to a Hollywood TV and movie star. But he always stayed true to hip hop culture. We'd see him backstage at concerts just hanging out with us, so when I heard he was back in New York for the summer I had to find out why. I tracked him down to a Midtown Manhattan recording studio for this exclusive interview.
  • Friday Night Live: August 1, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 1, 2014

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:28 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:28:04 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: an exclusive interview with superstar LL Cool J, a helicopter tour over New York City, dishing on celebrity relationships, and sexier breakfast with Chef Mark Bailey.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: an exclusive interview with superstar LL Cool J, a helicopter tour over New York City, dishing on celebrity relationships, and sexier breakfast with Chef Mark Bailey.
  • The Big Idea

    Making New York City more energy efficient

    Making New York City more energy efficient

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:22:47 GMT
    More than half the population of New York City rides public transportation to work. No other metropolis in this country even approaches that percentage or the MTA's total number of riders. For that reason, New York likely ranks as the most energy-efficient city in the nation. But what would it take to make the city even more energy-efficient or even self-sufficient?
    More than half the population of New York City rides public transportation to work. No other metropolis in this country even approaches that percentage or the MTA's total number of riders. For that reason, New York likely ranks as the most energy-efficient city in the nation. But what would it take to make the city even more energy-efficient or even self-sufficient?
  • Friday Night Live: July 25, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 25, 2014

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:31:59 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, actress Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Michael Chernow and Chef Daniel Holzman of the Meatball Shop.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, actress Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Michael Chernow and Chef Daniel Holzman of the Meatball Shop.
  • Friday Night Live: July 18, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 18, 2014

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-07-19 02:27:23 GMT

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Angie Martinez, Red Bull Global Rallycross, Baruch Shemtov, and James Briscione and Brooke Parkhurst of The Couples Kitchen.

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Angie Martinez, Red Bull Global Rallycross, Baruch Shemtov, and James Briscione and Brooke Parkhurst of The Couples Kitchen.

  • Friday Night Live: July 11, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 11, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 10:58 PM EDT2014-07-12 02:58:58 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
  • Bird's eye view of 1 World Trade Center

    Bird's eye view of 1 World Trade Center

    Thursday, July 10 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-07-10 16:11:00 GMT

    Check out some amazing video and photos of the very top of the new 1 World Trade Center!

    Check out some amazing video and photos of the very top of the new 1 World Trade Center!

  • NYC pre-kindergarten slots

    NYC pre-kindergarten slots

    Tuesday, July 1 2014 5:05 PM EDT2014-07-01 21:05:12 GMT
    New York City parents can still apply for pre-kindergarten. At this time, pre-kindergarten programs provided by community organizations. They have a variety of programs, some half-day and some full-day. These are approved by the Department of Education.
    New York City parents can still apply for pre-kindergarten. At this time, pre-kindergarten programs provided by community organizations. They have a variety of programs, some half-day and some full-day. These are approved by the Department of Education.
  • The Big Idea

    Can you fight a hurricane?

    Can you fight a hurricane?

    Monday, June 23 2014 10:24 PM EDT2014-06-24 02:24:11 GMT
    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.
    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.
  • Ed Sheeran plays multiple shows in 1 day

    Ed Sheeran plays multiple shows in 1 day

    Friday, June 13 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-06-14 02:32:37 GMT
    Three-time Grammy nominee Ed Sheeran performed for a small group of fans at the Empire State Building Friday morning before surprising his nearly 10 million Twitter followers with a show at Rockefeller Plaza in the afternoon. This all happened before he took the stage at Ellis Island in the evening.
    Three-time Grammy nominee Ed Sheeran performed for a small group of fans at the Empire State Building Friday morning before surprising his nearly 10 million Twitter followers with a show at Rockefeller Plaza in the afternoon. This all happened before he took the stage at Ellis Island in the evening.
  • Friday Night Live: June 13, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 13, 2014

    Friday, June 13 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-06-14 02:27:19 GMT
    Friday Night LiveFriday Night Live
    This is Fox 5's inaugural edition of Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team will bring you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this episode, we check out these topics: Ed Sheeran in concert, getting tattooed on Friday the 13th, hot real estate for millionaires, things to do this weekend, and signature dishes and cocktails from Chef Roble Ali.
    This is Fox 5's inaugural edition of Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team will bring you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this episode, we check out these topics: Ed Sheeran in concert, getting tattooed on Friday the 13th, hot real estate for millionaires, things to do this weekend, and signature dishes and cocktails from Chef Roble Ali.
  • Columbia student gets surprise at graduation

    Columbia student gets surprise at graduation

    Friday, May 30 2014 10:01 AM EDT2014-05-30 14:01:16 GMT
    A graduating senior at Columbia University got a surprise during a graduation ceremony. The moment brought her to tears.Columbia Engineering School senior Ruby Robinson finished her course work for her major in computer science.The joy of achieving her degree became bittersweet as Ruby’s father, US. Army Reserve Captain Keith Robinson, has been deployed for the past six months in northern Afghanistan. Two weeks ago he told Ruby he was not going to be able to attend her graduation.A last minut...
    A graduating senior at Columbia University got a surprise during a graduation ceremony. The moment brought her to tears.Columbia Engineering School senior Ruby Robinson finished her course work for her major in computer science.The joy of achieving her degree became bittersweet as Ruby’s father, US. Army Reserve Captain Keith Robinson, has been deployed for the past six months in northern Afghanistan. Two weeks ago he told Ruby he was not going to be able to attend her graduation.A last minut...
  • Sept 11 museum takes action on gift shop criticism

    Sept 11 museum takes action on gift shop criticism

    Thursday, May 29 2014 6:37 AM EDT2014-05-29 10:37:25 GMT
    Responding to criticism, National September 11 Memorial Museum officials say victims' families will be consulted regarding merchandise on sale in its gift shop. Memorial Foundation President Joe Daniels says the museum will enlist the help of 9/11 family members who sit on the foundation's board in vetting the products.
    Responding to criticism, National September 11 Memorial Museum officials say victims' families will be consulted regarding merchandise on sale in its gift shop. Memorial Foundation President Joe Daniels says the museum will enlist the help of 9/11 family members who sit on the foundation's board in vetting the products.
  • The Big Idea

    3D printing revolutionizing medicine and more

    3D printing revolutionizing medicine and more

    Tuesday, May 20 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-05-20 14:46:59 GMT
    Imagine it. Design it. Hold it in your hands. Technology first introduced in the 1980s is now open to a whole new market with 3D printers regularly available for less than $2,000. It's creating a wave of innovation and new competition among entrepreneurs like Jerry Castanos. He just opened 3D Heights, a full-service printing lab in Washington Heights. Among his top clients are med students at nearby Columbia University.
    Imagine it. Design it. Hold it in your hands. Technology first introduced in the 1980s is now open to a whole new market with 3D printers regularly available for less than $2,000. It's creating a wave of innovation and new competition among entrepreneurs like Jerry Castanos. He just opened 3D Heights, a full-service printing lab in Washington Heights. Among his top clients are med students at nearby Columbia University.
  • Backstage at 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

    Backstage at 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-04-30 02:30:21 GMT
    Jessie Mueller shares Carole King's timeless melodies with a modern audience, portraying the music legend in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical." Jessie welcomed us into her dressing room minutes before performing another sold-out show. She looked back on how she won the role that lead to a Tony Award nomination, announced Tuesday.
    Jessie Mueller shares Carole King's timeless melodies with a modern audience, portraying the music legend in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical." Jessie welcomed us into her dressing room minutes before performing another sold-out show. She looked back on how she won the role that lead to a Tony Award nomination, announced Tuesday.
  • New York City’s largest antique show at Pier 94

    New York City’s largest antique show at Pier 94

    Saturday, March 29 2014 7:11 PM EDT2014-03-29 23:11:02 GMT
    New York City’s largest antique show is back at Pier 94. The 'Pier Antique Show' kicked off Saturday with more than 400 exhibitors .Organizers say you can find pieces from the 18th century through the 1980's including paintings, jewelry, clothing, and furniture.
    New York City’s largest antique show is back at Pier 94. The 'Pier Antique Show' kicked off Saturday with more than 400 exhibitors .Organizers say you can find pieces from the 18th century through the 1980's including paintings, jewelry, clothing, and furniture.
  • Friday Night Live: June 20, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 20, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:51:09 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
  • Friday Night Live: June 27, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 27, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:51:09 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.In this episode, Lidia Curanaj basically asks Adam Levine if he was afraid of playing a character that is kind of a d-bag.Plus Christal Young shows you why you need to check out the High Line, like, NOW.Then gossip king Perez Hilton talks about the about the crazy dare on Howard Stern's show, his alb...
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.In this episode, Lidia Curanaj basically asks Adam Levine if he was afraid of playing a character that is kind of a d-bag.Plus Christal Young shows you why you need to check out the High Line, like, NOW.Then gossip king Perez Hilton talks about the about the crazy dare on Howard Stern's show, his alb...
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