Mandela’s plaque was unveiled in a ceremony before Wednesday night’s game against the Cubs.
The NYPD has disbanded a unit that drew widespread criticism for reports that it conducted broad surveillance on Muslim neighborhoods.
The law, passed by the City Council late last month, clarifies that the protections of the city’s Human Rights Law cover interns as well as employees.
The boy was with his aunt at around noon on Beverley Road and Flatbush Avenue when the shooting took place.
The deal announced Friday by Local 32BJ of the Service Employees Union and the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations will provide raises of 11.3 percent over four years.
A 13-year-old girl from Bergen County, N.J. has been missing since Tuesday morning, and her family was getting desperate a day and a half later.
A student told a member of the school staff that another student at the school had a gun, police said.
The cost of an education seems like it’s rising by the minute, but one law school in New York City is lowering tuition.
A New Jersey teenager who climbed to the top of 1 World Trade Center will be assessed in a program for youthful offenders.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday he still believes Manhattan is the right place to put the self-professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks on trial, but he won’t revisit the decision.
The report also found mismanagement, political abuse and rivalries between the states at the Port Authority.
The city acknowledged it has spent only a fraction of the money available for Sandy-related home repairs and rebuilding, but it’s something Mayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to fix.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez has introduced a bill that would allow drivers to park on a street again right after a street sweeper moves through.
The verdict was returned Wednesday for Sulaiman Abu Ghaith in federal court in Manhattan.
One person was killed, and three others were injured, when they were hit by a NJ TRANSIT train in New Brunswick, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.