Police dedicate new boat to fallen '9/11 heroes'
The Nassau County Police Department christened its newest Marine Bureau boat Wednesday in honor of
Report shines light on CIA's 'Project Medication'
WASHINGTON — Shortly after 9/11, the CIA considered using a drug it thought might work
How an LI school keeps a Vietnam vet's legacy alive
As the years slipped by, the Riverhead man who earned the nation’s highest military award
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Kirsten Gillibrand wins re-election to U.S. Senate
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who spent much of her re-election campaign stumping for other Democrats around
Retired NYPD officer dies from 9/11-related illness
From a kid in Merrick who lettered in high school basketball to an NYPD officer
A legacy to inspire and keep 3 marathoners going
The son and two granddaughters of Raymond Downey, a four-time veteran of the race who
9/11 remembered: 11 families tell their stories
More than 2,700 people were killed in the attack on the World Trade Center on
NYPD det. from LI known for kindness dies at 51
The officer from Mount Sinai was dispatched to work in downtown Manhattan in the days
Opinion: Trump doesn’t comfort, he only tweets
There are times in American history when presidential leadership has made the difference between war
Taking Back Sunday youngest inductees in LI Hall of Fame
When the Long Beach-based band's album "Where You Want to Be" hit No. 3 in
Suspected Times Square bomber heads to trial Monday
Potential jurors were questioned Monday in the trial of Akayed Ullah, charged with a terror