The first batch of pot crops in New York could potentially be in danger due to a court fight over marijuana dispensary licenses. The fight is expected to hurt small farms.
Women who allege they were abused by Jeffrey Epstein filed a lawsuit against two banks they claim benefited financially from his sex trafficking system.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a legislation limiting the spread of cryptocurrency mining on Tuesday. The measure is mainly concerned with the environmental impact of crypto mining.
A passenger on a flight from Poland to JFK Airport was arrested after allegedly banging on the door of the cockpit and being restrained by passengers.
Partnership for New York City, representing the titans of Wall Street, provides FOX Business its wish list following Gov. Kathy Hochul's election win.
A listeria outbreak tied to deli meat and cheese kills one and leaves over a dozen sick in six different states. The bacteria was found at two NetCost Markets in NY and is very dangerous.
Nike announced it has suspended its relationship with Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets and will not release his new sneakers, which were expected to debut this month.
Quashon Burton, a New York City fugitive who evaded federal investigators for nearly a year, has been taken into custody after being spotted at Walt Disney World.
NYU's "Dr. Doom" said New Yorkers who "stupidly" moved to states like Texas or Florida because of the impact climate change will have on the U.S.
The New York Yankees and Houston Astros meet in the ALCS for the third time in six years, and the series between the rivals is among the priciest ever.
Restaurateur Keith McNally made headlines after he banned James Corden from his Manhattan restaurant Monday. He is known for refusing to give celebrity customers special treatment.
No one thought a company's logo would wind up on an NHL helmet. But, after a perfect match between the Islanders and Jackpocket, it makes all the sense in the world.
FOX Business' Stuart Varney rips the border and crime crises, and says voters need to ask Democrats three essential questions with just four weeks until the midterm elections.
At least 50 Amazon warehouse employees in New York City were suspended with pay after they refused to work at a Staten Island facility in the wake of a trash compactor fire.
Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols are set to etch their name in baseball lore, both chasing memorable home run milestones in the season's final homestretch.
House Republicans asked credit card CEOs if they are going to support a move to create individual codes identifying gun purchases, making it easier to track individual buyers.
Jaz Brisack, the Starbucks barista who helped lead the unionization effort of a Starbucks in Buffalo, NY, last year, is now saying she is being forced out due to her union leadership.
Tunnel to Towers has spent over $250 million to support our nation's heroes, including military and first responder families. This is just the beginning.
Author Salman Rushdie’s “The Satanic Verses” topped Amazon’s bestseller lists on Tuesday, days after he sustained serious injuries in a stabbing in New York.
British-Indian writer Salman Rushdie was attacked on stage in New York ahead of a speaking event in Chautaugua. Here is rundown of his career as a writer.