You may have to show your ID to buy a big soda if a new bill becomes law.
The NYPD has established a new task force to patrol Times Square, and that is just the beginning of the city’s efforts to combat the spread of aggressive panhandling, costumed characters and other quality of life issues.
New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo was under new pressure Tuesday to support a new Hudson River rail tunnel – and the federal government has disputed claims that it is holding back the project.
The female officer, who part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s advance team, had pulled up to the mayor’s residence on East End Avenue ahead of his arrival when the incident occurred.
Bratton made the suggestion in the wake of growing complaints about topless, body painted women and aggressive costumed characters seeking tips for photos.
With crime up 26 percent in Central Park this year the Guardian Angels have resumed crime patrols for the first time in 20 years.
De Blasio’s press secretary Karen Hinton said the mayor was at the gym for at least 80 minutes during the standoff, which started at around 6 a.m.
A dire warning has been issued from the head of the city correction union — fix the jails, Mr. Mayor, or people will die.
The report shows dozens of violations that include lack of fire exits and smoke alarms and major sprinkler problems. And the plans to fix all this could extend an eye-popping 11 years.
The new poll is of those who will vote in Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucus and it shows that Trump’s debate performance shook some people up.
The Sergeants Benevolent Association is launching a new initiative to combat quality-of-life issues.
A combative Donald Trump jolted the first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign with his brash, confrontational comments, but the event also served as a reminder that the race still remains leaderless and unsettled.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday he “profoundly disagrees” with the reasoning behind decisions by two prominent Democratic lawmakers to vote against the nuclear deal he negotiated with Iran.
Don’t expect the mayor’s “NYC Safe” initiative to magically make the homeless disappear from the streets. It may only affect several hundred.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to reveal his plan to deal with the homeless and mentally ill on Thursday, and the night before, two neighborhoods that strongly supported the mayor said help cannot come soon enough.