The teacher, Alexander Perry, accused the boy of cheating, cursed at him and then punched him with a closed fist, prosecutors said.
Under the proposal announced Monday, lawmakers could make about $12,000, or 15 percent of their base salary of $79,500, in outside income.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission has decided to try letting the older cars turn yellow.
New York City’s effort to modernize its 911 system is years behind schedule and $700 million over budget, a Department of Investigation probe found.
The crash Tuesday evening involved a Harlem Line train and a SUV that was stopped on the tracks at a crossing on Commerce Street in Valhalla.
A lawyer at a nonprofit who appears in an anti-police music video called “Hands Up” has resigned from the legal agency.
Six people were confirmed dead Tuesday evening, when a Metro-North struck a car and caught fire during the evening rush in Valhalla.
A man from Brooklyn who spent 22 years locked up for murdering his mother and sister while the real killer ran free is now suing the New York City.
An NYPD officer was arraigned on assault and other charges for allegedly kicking a subdued man in the head during an arrest last summer.
Shootings in New York City were up 23 percent for the year as of the beginning of February, and the NYPD on Monday pointed to one possible reason for the spike.
The fire began around 11:30 a.m. on Prospect Park West between Fifth and Sixth streets.
On Jan. 23, 70-year-old Moises Dreszer and his wife were walking through Grand Central Terminal around 4:20 p.m. when Dreszer suddenly collapsed and went into cardiac arrest.
A grand jury has declined to indict five students who were accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a dormitory at William Paterson University.
The video, “Hands Up” by Uncle Murda and Maino, was posted online in December and shows the two rappers pointing guns at the head of a man in a police uniform.
Service on the Metro-North Railroad was disrupted Wednesday evening after a derailment at Grand Central Terminal.