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An airplane was forced to turn around a few minutes into its flight after an engine issue caused numerous metal parts to fall from the airplane onto the neighborhood below.

How do you get the shapely, sexy, tone legs of a dancer? Barre workouts and Pilates classes offer the promise of legs like a dancer. But the answer is more c...

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Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas will be arraigned Friday on an 8-count indictment that includes charges he stole $13,000 in campaign funds.

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Rocker Sting recently sold his unit in 15 Central Park West. It took about a year for the place to definitively close, but it fetched $50 million when it did. Sting and Trudie Styler, the co-owners of the high-rise duplex residence, had initially listed the home at $56 million in May of last year.
The buyer of the property is Karen Lo, whose family business, Vitasoy International, has provided high-protein foods that have been a mainstay of Hong Kong…

Yonkers officials renamed a street Thursday in memory of Michael Nolan, the slain baseball player.

Erica Mary Leonard will attend the University of Southern California in the fall and major in engineering.

You're not a Texan if you haven't smoked a brisket as part of your Memorial Day weekend plans. And you certainly aren't a Texan if fire ants...

Oak Beverages in Blauvelt will pay $4.3M to settle bottle return scam as manager is arrested on tax fraud and theft charges

Boxes of diplomas wait to be handed out during Archbishop Stepinac class of 2018 commencement ceremonies at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains May 24,2018.

Meitu's apps allow users to edit selfies by lengthening legs, brightening skin and zapping away blemishes.

Saudi Arabia and Russia, the oil producers who led the effort to shrink a global glut, said they are discussing easing output curbs for the first time.

Shares had been rallying after the two leaders initially agreed to meet in Singapore.

Celebrate the summer with this list of throwback summer songs that are probably still on your summer playlist

The rise in oil prices to $80 a barrel is starting to cause concern across boardrooms, with some big industrial consumers, including airlines and shipping companies, starting to buy more insurance against rising energy prices.

U.K. consumer spending lost momentum in the first quarter and companies cut investment after severe weather swept the country.

The European Union’s stringent regime governing how data collectors gather and use its citizens’ information and give consumers more control took effect Friday. It’s known as the General Data Protection Regulation and covers any company that has EU residents’ personal data. That means businesses from neighborhood restaurants and hotels to Amazon to Google have been scrambling for months to make sure they comply to avoid penalties that can go as high as nearly $25 million or 4 percent of global a

The Hong Kong dollar rallied the most in a month amid demand for the currency by banks hoarding cash for the end of the month and by companies paying out dividends.

South Africa’s sovereign debt is assessed as junk and while it could stay there for a while, it’s not getting worse. S&P Global Ratings, which has the nation’s rand debt at one level below investment grade and the foreign-currency debt a step lower, is scheduled to announce a review of its assessment on Friday. After a change in leadership, the country’s prospects are much more positive than when S&P cut the ratings in November, and the company said in March the rating may…

Samsung Electronics Co. took a gamble when it appealed a finding it infringed Apple Inc.’s smartphone design patents, and a friendly subsequent ruling from the U.S.’s highest court made it seem like the bet would pay off. Instead, Apple won an additional $140 million.

Exports of British pork to China have almost quadrupled since the Asian nation started allowing the shipments in 2012 to meet increasing demand. The world’s biggest consumer of the meat now accounts for almost a fifth of U.K. exports, and it’s likely to become more important as the U.K. seeks new markets while Brexit talks drag on. “With Brexit uncertainty surrounding future trade between the U.K. and EU, it is crucial for the U.K. to find and exploit as many opportunities presented in…

North Korea said it was surprised by President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel a June 12 summit with Kim Jong Un and it remains willing to meet with the U.S. at any time.

Italy’s populist parties have put the country’s banks back in the spotlight, spreading jitters among investors with proposals that may reverse years of efforts to strengthen their balance sheets.

A court case in California alleges that Facebook used its apps to gather information about users and their friends, including some who had not signed up to the social network, reading their text messages, tracking their locations and accessing photos on their phones. The Guardian reports: The claim...

Russia will discuss with OPEC in June whether it’s appropriate to gradually scale back oil-output cuts, Energy Minister Alexander Novak said, reiterating that any decision must be guided by the state of the market.

The singer and songwriter has spun tragedy into plainly angry action on her new album, “Hell-On.”