Charlene Obernauer, who heads the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health, said the state’s 5,000 nail salons use a toxic cocktail of chemicals.
The bus driver was unaware of the accident and kept driving; witnesses chased him down.
The $90 million patch-up job will include building a new lane to avoid bus traffic on the way to the top level as well as more staging areas so empty buses won’t clog up the Lincoln Tunnel going back and forth.
When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn’t get to work — problems that a new federal report finds they were not prepared to handle.
New Jersey is almost out of money to pay for its roads, so at a hearing next week, lawmakers will look into merging three big agencies.
The agency says Tuesday that only $29 million of Cuomo’s $511 million proposal meets federal requirements.
There has been so much interest in SheRides from women who want female cabbies that the company is holding off for now on launching the app in New York City.
De Blasio and his family have been living at Gracie Mansion since July. But a uniformed cop and guard booth can still be outside his 11th Street row house in Brooklyn.
An employee of Princeton University has been given a choice; either stop using medical marijuana or quit.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg is set to resume the leadership of his business empire — although he said in a news release that was planning no such thing.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s running mate says a report that he might dump her isn’t true.
Fifty-six percent of black respondents said they support “broken windows,” while 61 percent of white New Yorkers surveyed said they back it.
Two sons of officers killed in the line of duty during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be among the 249 cadets receiving their badges during a ceremony in Elizabeth Friday.
Police insisted that officers did not strike Wong deliberately, and that when an officer pulled out a summons book and began writing a ticket, a struggle ensued.
Prosecutors: Suspect Charged In Murders Of NJ College Student, Seattle Men Was On ‘Bloody Crusade’ To Punish US
Prosecutors in Washington filed a third aggravated murder count against Ali Muhammad Brown, alleging the killings are part of a “bloody crusade” to punish the U.S. government for its foreign policies.