Former Obama official died after pilot of Bombardier jet flipped switch, plane 'abruptly pitched up'
The National Transportation Safety Board said a former Obama-era official on a business jet was fatally injured after the aircraft "abruptly pitched up."
Tanker truck hauling heating oil in Maryland erupts in flames after crash
A truck carrying heating oil in Maryland burst into flames Friday after it crashed along Interstate 795 in the Baltimore area, leaving the driver hospitalized in serious condition.
Yankees remain highest-valued MLB franchise as league average revenue hits all-time high
The New York Yankees remain atop Forbes' list of MLB franchise values, coming in at $7.1 billion, which is an 18% increase from last year.
Silicon Valley Bank's holding company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in NY
SVB Financial Group on Friday announced it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the Southern District of New York in order to preserve its value.
FBI arrests exiled Chinese social media mogul in alleged $1B fraud scheme used to fund luxurious NYC lifestyle
The FBI arrested exiled Chinese businessman Ho Wan Kwok, also known as "Miles Guo," in an alleged $1 billion fraud scheme used to fund his luxurious lifestyle in the New York City area.
Entenmann’s brings back windows on packaging after customer complaints
Baked goods giant Entenmann's has brought back the clear cellophane windows on product boxes, much to the delight of customers who had protested the packaging change.
Jet 'trim issues' may have led to deadly turbulence: NTSB
National Transportation Safety Board said "trim issues" may have led to deadly turbulence on a jet that resulted in the death of a passenger. The plane was experiencing stability issues.
Two United Airlines planes make contact at Boston’s Logan Airport, prompting FAA investigation
The FAA has launched an investigation Monday after two United Airlines planes made contact while waiting to take off from Boston Logan International Airport.
University of Massachusetts sounds alarm on TikTok drinking trend after nearly 30 students taken to hospital
UMass officials are warning of the dangers of TikTok's "BORGs" drinking trend after the Amherst Fire Department received 28 requests for ambulance transports from off-campus parties.
DeSantis' work ethic shaped by electrician job, working-class background
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis wrote in his new book that his first job out of high school as an electrician's assistant and his working-class upbringing helped shape his work ethic.
New York prepared to issue 300 legal pot dispensary licenses
New York will double the number of licenses issued to marijuana dispensaries in its first round of applications, though both legal and illegal sales are flourishing statewide.
Demoted FDNY chiefs sue ‘political operative’ fire commissioner
Four FDNY assistant chiefs sued FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh for demoting them and others, alleging New York City Mayor Eric Adams' appointee is a "political operative" jeopardizing public safety.
FAA investigating 'close call' between JetBlue flight, Learjet at Boston airport
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a Monday incident in which a Learjet took off in Boston while a JetBlue flight was preparing to land.
Massachusetts Democratic Gov. Maura Healey unveils $742 tax relief proposal
Democratic Gov. Maura Healey announced a tax relief proposal aimed at saving money for residents in the state. The proposal is worth $742 million.
NYC taxi union strikes at LaGuardia; Uber says rides out of airport increased
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance went on strike against Uber and Lyft at LaGuardia airport in New York City on Sunday, though Uber claims rides went up during the strike.
Hamptons trailer park home under contract for $3.75M
An 800-square-foot Montauk, New York custom home in a trailer park development is under contract to sell for $3.75 million, breaking records in the region.
Rhode Island man charged with laundering $35M in online fraud scheme
A 73-year old Rhode Island man has been charged with laundering $35 million in internet fraud schemes through his accounting and consulting businesses.
WNBA superstar Sabrina Ioenscu's rookie card sells for highest price in women's basketball history
One of the five Sabrina Ionescu rookie cards in existence sold over the weekend for $10,800. It has become the most valuable card in WNBA history.
NJ Applebee's locations offer free kids meals after local restaurant bans children under 10
After a Tinton Falls, N.J. restaurant announced it's prohibiting diners under 10, local Applebee's are offering free kids meals and getting a "fantastic" reception.
Electrical outage at JFK Airport leaves passengers stranded
An electrical problem caused by a fire at JFK Airport has shut Terminal 1 which affects incoming and outgoing international flights.