De Blasio Suggests Reduction, Rather Than Abolition Of Horse CarriagesMayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced a new attempt to corral the popular horse carriage industry.
Could New York City Streets, Neighborhoods Named For Slaveholders Be Renamed?Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday said the Yale University residential college in which his son, Dante lives – Calhoun College – absolutely should be renamed.
Emergency Radio Service Often Doesn't Work In Subway, City EMTs ComplainIn an emergency response headache for New York City, some EMS technicians say radio service is spotty and potentially dangerous on the subway.
De Blasio Concedes He Has Done A Poor Job 'Explaining' Homelessness CrisisMayor Bill de Blasio on Friday said his “greatest failure” was doing a poor job explaining the homelessness problem to New Yorkers, and making them understand he is addressing it.
Bratton: NYPD Muslim Monitoring Program Never Accomplished AnythingConcerns and security questions persisted in New York City Thursday, in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris last week.
Convicted Israeli Spy Jonathan Pollard To Be Released On Parole FridayPollard's lawyers have said they have lined up housing and a job in the New York area -- but he will also have some limited freedoms.
De Blasio 'Disgusted' By Christie's Refugee Comments, Shows Picture Of Dead Syrian BoyThe war of words between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio over Syrian refugees headed for the United States is heating up.
Are We Safe On The Subway? Experts Weigh In On Recent Crime NumbersLatest year-to-date numbers from the NYPD Transit Bureau show an increase in robberies, felonies and grand larceny crimes from January to mid-November.
Security Remains Tight Across Tri-State Area In Wake Of Paris AttacksThe NYPD has beefed up security and staffing, including at the French consulate, France's mission to the United Nations and Times Square.
Democratic Candidates Debate Foreign Policy After Paris AttacksThe deadly attacks in Paris cast a somber mood at the start of the second Democratic presidential debate, but the field spent the rest of the night tossing sharp elbows over Wall Street reform, gun control and the minimum wage.
Hudson River Rail Tunnel Project Takes Major Step ForwardThe Hudson Rail Tunnel Project is one step closer to reality.
De Blasio Dismisses Trump Comments About Red Starbucks Cups, 'War On Christmas'Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday was not taking kindly to remarks by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump about the new Starbucks holiday cup design.