Mary Richardson Kennedy, the estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., had no traces of alcohol in her system when she took her own life in May, according to a toxicology report released Friday by the Westchester County medical examiner.
Mary Kennedy, the estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., had been in the headlines for her alcohol and drug problems, but is remembered by relatives as a devoted mother and pioneer of "green" architecture.
Three Transportation Security Administration officers and two police officers are among 20 people arrested Tuesday on charges of conspiring to distribute tens of thousands of oxycodone painkillers for illegal sale from Florida to Connecticut, according to U.S. Attorney of Connecticut David B. Fein.
What was meant to be a celebration marking the end of Ramadan turned into a melee at an amusement park on Tuesday when a group of Muslim women were told they weren't allowed on certain rides with their headscarves.
If a serious nuclear accident were to happen in the United States, would we be able to evacuate to safety? That question now appears more than academic and all too realistic as the Japanese try to limit the release of deadly radiation from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
This past weekend, with little to do and nowhere to go, I dragged my 4-year-old son to the Westchester County Convention Center, where for a mere $7 we were granted entrance into the White Plains Sports Card Show.
A New York state judge dismissed all charges Thursday against four Pace University football players who were arrested after a teammate was killed by a police officer, according to the Westchester County district attorney's office.
A woman babysitting her two young nieces Saturday night was arrested after police say she stabbed the girls multiple times in their Katonah, New York, home across the street from property owned by Martha Stewart.
The wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. faces a court date next week on a drunk driving charge, the latest in a string of events that began when Kennedy filed for divorce, according to records from Westchester County.
Heavy rains and hurricane-force winds that surpassed 70 miles per hour in places toppled trees, left more than half a million people without power, and suspended travel throughout much of the Northeast and mid-Atlantic region Saturday night.
In some of the frothiest real estate markets, one of the hottest of trends is the teardown. From Greenwich to Winnetka to Santa Monica, houses young and old, well-maintained and not, are biting the dust so builders can put up something bigger or better.
Former President Bill Clinton's office announced Friday that he had experienced mild chest pain and would undergo a quadruple-bypass operation. During a panel discussion on CNN's "Larry King Live," Clinton called in to discuss his health.
Worried about a housing bubble in your hometown? Well, just think how Los Angelenos must feel. Los Angeles and its environs are coming off back-to-back years of 20 to 30 percent increases in home prices.
Let's be frank: It's been a difficult couple of years for New York, and not only because of Sept. 11. The downturn on Wall Street, the near-extinction of Silicon Alley and a sharp media recession have forced some of the city's best-paid professionals back into the job market. Yet like the Bay Area, New York still attracts, and holds on to, legions of dreamers and strivers who just can't imagine living anywhere else.