Every dog has his day in court, in New Jersey

A computer glitch is likely to blame for a summons that called a German Shepherd to report for jury duty, court officials in New Jersey said on Wednesday.


Local politicians pressure DOJ to investigate Ramarley Graham death

On what would have been his 21st birthday, Ramarley Graham's mother joined elected leaders to ask the U.S. Department of Justice investigate his death.


Brooklyn Cyclones hosting ‘Seinfeld Night’ this summer

This summer, New Yorkers can get excited about nothing -- because the Brooklyn Cyclones are hosting a "Seinfeld Night" at the ballpark.


Muslim leaders welcome NYPD surveillance changes with degree of skepticism

Leaders and advocates praise the NYPD's move to shut down a unit tied to its Muslim surveillance program but say there's more left to do.


PHOTOS: More than $12 million in heroin, crystal meth seized in Manhattan drug bust

Authorities seized more than 44 pounds of heroin and 17 pounds of crystal meth from two stash houses this week during a Manhattan drug bust.


How to donate during the blood drive at Grand Central Terminal

The Metro-North Railroad and New York Blood Center are hosting a blood drive at Grand Central Terminal Thursday.