The building of Brooklyn's iconic bridge encompassed the lives of three Roebling family members over the course of more than twenty years of planning and construction.
A fatal four-car collision on the Brooklyn Bridge stopped traffic this morning when three of the cars burst into flames.
It first opened to the public on May 24, 1883, after 14 years of construction.
Did your photo of the Brooklyn Bridge help make it one of the top 10 most Instagrammed places in the world in 2017?
It's hard to imagine Brooklyn without its namesake Bridge, but 134 years ago the Brooklyn Bridge was a sparkling new engineering wonder.
The city is taking the first steps to relieve congestion on insanely popular Brooklyn Bridge.
You may or may not have heard the well-known phrase, "If you believe that, then I've got a bridge to sell you." But are you familiar with the details of the conniving con men and the swindles that inspired it?
Within a week of the Brooklyn Bridge's opening, a rumor it was going to collapse incited a deadly stampede.
May 24, 2016, marks the Brooklyn Bridge's 133rd birthday. It's always been more than just a pretty roadway: When it was built, it symbolized the uniting of the then-separate cities of Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Local community groups are pushing forward with the ambitious proposal to reshape a large expanse of Downtown Brooklyn into a greener, more pedestrian-friendly public space.