It’s going to cost you a lot of green to buy a home in Manhattan.
The accident took place at around 10:30 a.m. at Pennsylvania & Cozine Avenues in East New York.
Former state Sen. Malcolm Smith will spend seven years in prison for a scheme to bribe his way onto the ballot for the 2013 New York City mayoral election.
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Macy’s is the latest company to end its relationship with Donald Trump as the fallout from the real estate mogul’s remarks about Mexican immigrants continues.
The U.S. Embassy in Cuba was shuttered in 1961.
As of midnight, Styrofoam products such as trays, cups, plates, clamshell containers and packing peanuts are banned at food service establishments, stores and manufacturers across the five boroughs.
Speaking to reporters at City Hall just before he leaves on a family vacation, de Blasio said he believes the Democratic governors holds substantial influence over the Republican-led Senate’s leadership.
There was concern Tuesday night, and calls to take smartphone cases that look like handguns off the street, before someone gets hurt.
Bees buzz, sting and terrify, and they don’t care if they live in a tree, a country barn, or the walls of a New York City apartment.
A college student found his way onto an unauthorized area of the Brooklyn Bridge and took a selfie this past weekend, and police said his actions were “irresponsible and illegal.”
After less than a year on the job, a rookie New York City sanitation worker is being called a hero after stopping a robbery in progress and tackling the suspect to the ground.
Investors around the world were on edge Tuesday night, after Greece missed a crucial payment deadline and became the first developed country to default on a loan to the International Monetary Fund.
Police were searching Tuesday night for a suspect who fired a gun in the air several times, and struck an apartment window, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
In a detailed analysis, AARP accuses the utility of trying to shift certain expenses to ratepayers, many of whom, they claim, cannot afford it.