New York City
A Manhattan jury has convicted an ex-convict of killing his wife in the hair salon where she worked.
While Friday is starting out fairly sunny and chilly, the afternoon will be quite mild. And as a cold front, which is currently bringing some shower activity to the eastern Great Lakes and Ohio early this morning, reaches the I-95 corridor this evening, there will at least be more in the way of clouds seen around here.
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Planes are getting up to speed faster than trains and automobiles in the storm-stricken Northeast.
In a week and a half, Maryland voters will decide whether to allow same-sex marriage in this state. And supporters are calling on high-profile help. With Election Day fast approaching, the mayor of New York City stands behind local leaders to rally for the message.
Kidnapping and cannibalism. A University of Maryland graduate and now New York City police officer is accused of plotting to torture, cook and eat the body parts of dozens of women.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coming to Maryland to speak in favor of same-sex marriage in Maryland.
Baltimore’s crown jewel is sold to a New York investment company. Harborplace, the Inner Harbor’s busy retail center, is a big draw for visitors to Baltimore, and it’s new owner could help make it an even more popular destination.
The foiled terrorist plot to blow up the Federal Reserve in New York is linked to Baltimore. But exactly what that tie is remains unclear.
A Bangladeshi man who came to the United States to wage jihad was arrested in an elaborate FBI sting on Wednesday after attempting to blow up a fake car bomb outside the Federal Reserve building in Manhattan, authorities said.
Americans this week will get a reprieve from the stifling heat that has blanketed much of the country as temperatures begin approaching normal from the Midwest to the East Coast.
With New York City set to enact a controversial ban on the sale of large sugary drinks, a Baltimore school is also getting into the act, but in a much different way.