Dozens of ships, including the USS Cole, cruised up the Hudson for the start of Fleet Week.
Passengers suffered "cuts and bruises" at the Liberty Island dock, boat company says.
A man and a woman who disappeared July 4 were not wearing life jackets when they drowned, officials said.
The exhibit is on display through Sept. 9.
Officials said NY Harbor has been partially opened, allowing tankers bearing fuel back into the area.
The Coast Guard will restrict all travel beneath the Brooklyn Bridge if winds reach 27 miles per hour.
The cause of a crane crashing into scaffolding on the Brooklyn Bridge is under investigation.
The deadly crash on the East River has some renewing their calls to ban helicopter flights into and out of Manhattan.
The Coast Guard helped rescue a boater who was having breathing problems near the George Washington Bridge Sunday morning.
The NYPD will be periodically shutting down streets in the neighborhoods surrounding the United Nations starting Sunday night while the General Assembly is in session.
The Coast Guard found the body of a man in his 20s near 42nd Street Sunday afternoon.
Speakers included Olivia Hooker, 96, the first African-American woman to join the Coast Guard.
More than 100 people participated in a terror drill on Saturday in Battery Park City.
Private companies like NY Waterway are working with the city and the Coast Guard to negotiate a payment plan for services during city emergencies.
Alexander Hamilton founded the predecessor of the U.S. Coast Guard in 1790.
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