The Week in Pictures, April 11, 2014
These photos were shared all over social media and fooled a lot of people.
The First Lady of the United States plays table tennis in Beijing, penguins get frisky in Antarctica, students stand next to a giant mural of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and more.
The Seattle chopper that crashed Tuesday was reportedly used by Boston news stations WBZ-TV and Fox 25, according to local reports.
Public Advocate Letitia James reaffirmed her opposition to tens of charter school co-locations originally approved by the previous administration.
Philadelphia news reporter Steve Keeley was blasted with snow from a passing plow truck while covering a storm on Monday. […]
Port Authority police stopped a 25-year-old Manhattan woman from jumping off the George Washington Bridge late Monday morning.
Mayor Bill de Blasio honored the two men who saved a baby on Saturday while on patrol in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
The city is ready to commit $190 million a year to pay for after school programming for as soon as September — if Albany approves.
A state audit revealed that at least half of NYC students sampled in the report graduated without the benefits of art education.