The dream of owning a home in New York City can seem unattainable, especially for first-time buyers in need of a hefty down payment.
The process of house hunting often forces you to adjust your wish list.
Real estate brokers have their own language when writing up property listings, but let us decipher it for you.
After years of sharing rentals, a new buyer takes her savings to a fixer-upper in Kensington.
Looking to buy your first home? Here are the cities to consider, and the ones to avoid.
For the best-selling author of thrillers, buying a spooky old Victorian seemed a little too on the nose. But he did it anyway.
Signs suggest that a monthslong slump in the world’s most unaffordable property market is ending.
The Suffolk County hamlet, which has long stretches of parkland along the Long Island Sound, grew up around a now-defunct state hospital.
This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Ardsley, N.Y. and a three-bedroom in Chatham, N.J.
This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Turtle Bay and Dumbo, Brooklyn.
The special counsel’s work may be done, but prosecutors in Manhattan and elsewhere are pursuing investigations into the president’s family business and more.
Attorney General William P. Barr was determining what parts of the special counsel’s report to make public after a 22-month investigation into Russia’s effort to interfere in the 2016 election.
The delivery of the special counsel’s report to the Justice Department will transform the political landscape and shape the remainder of Mr. Trump’s presidency.
Maggie Haberman, Michael Schmidt, Mark Mazzetti and more of our journalists explained what the submission of the full report means and what may come next.
Now the attorney general must decide how much of the report — one of the most highly anticipated documents in Washington in a generation — to make public.
The special counsel’s report, delivered on Friday, was on voters’ minds. But so were health care, immigration, school shootings and other subjects that hit closer to home.
American-backed forces took the last remnant of territory under Islamic State rule in Syria, but signs of the group’s resurgence are already visible.
Caught short by its rival’s gains, Boeing raced to update its workhorse jet rather than design a new one. Workers describe a hectic project, but say they hadn’t felt safety was compromised.
Unlike Obamacare, emerging plans would sweep away the private health insurance system. What would that mean for the companies’ workers, the stock market and the cost of care?
The Trump administration has drafted a rule that would require drug makers to disclose their prices in television ads, but the industry fears sticker shock and is fighting back.
To the travelers at the train station in Cologne, Germany, they probably seemed like two old friends embracing after a long time apart. But it was actually a long-awaited meeting between strangers -- a two-time cancer survivor finally seeing the bone marrow donor who saved her life.
A man who allegedly stabbed the elderly rector of a church in Canada during a televised Mass as shocked parishioners watched will appear in court Saturday.
Russian state-linked hackers are increasing their efforts targeting governments in Europe, a top cybersecurity firm has warned ahead of the European Parliament elections in May.
"You will conquer Rome and own the world," ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi told his followers in July 2014.
At least 50 people were killed when two commercial buses collided and burst into flames in northern Ghana, police told CNN Friday.
Growing up in Hong Kong, Jane Manchun Wong remembers her father taking away her internet access after she circumvented his parental controls on Internet Explorer.
Tiffany & Co. already warned in January that sales during the holiday were weak. It turned out that demand for jewelry and other bling in the company's trademark blue boxes was a bit worse than what investors expected — and Wall Street was not happy.
Etihad Airways has often come to the rescue of struggling airlines. Now it has serious problems of its own and may have to consider merging with its bigger neighbor to cut its losses.
For years, venture capital powerhouse Andreessen Horowitz stood by a steadfast rule: to become a general partner at the firm, you had to be a founder or CEO of a major tech company.
It may look like a giant robotic bug but the MooAV could be the car of the future.