Changes Coming To Brooklyn's Annual J'Ouvert Celebration In Wake Of ViolenceNew York City officials have shifted the start of the annual festival celebrating Caribbean culture held before dawn each Labor Day on the streets of Brooklyn.
De Blasio: NYC To Review 'Symbols Of Hate' On City PropertyThe mayor has already ordered the removal of a granite marker honoring Henri Philippe Pétain on the Canyon of Heroes.
Mental Health Advocates Join Malliotakis In Calls For Better Treatment, ServicesAssemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis -- the Republican mayoral nominee -- said she wants to see better treatment and services for the severely mentally ill who are a danger to themselves and others.
NYPD Officer Recovering After Being Shot, Wounded In BrooklynOfficials say the officer who was shot multiple times while responding to a call is alive thanks to his bullet proof vest.
Email Release Raises Questions About De Blasio And Pay-To-PlayMayor Bill de Blasio was on the defensive Monday, amid new questions about a pay-to-play culture at city hall.
De Blasio Announces Plan To Tax Wealthiest New Yorkers To Help Fund Subways, BusesThe top tax rate would rise from about 3.9 percent to 4.4 percent and would affect individuals making more than $500,000 a year and couples earning more than $1 million.
Dunkin’ Donuts Worker Accused Of Denying Service To NYPD OfficersResponding to a report that a pair of NYPD plain clothes detectives were denied service at a store at 1993 Atlantic Avenue, Mayor Bill de Blasio said “it’s someone really being stupid and unfair.”
New York City Murders, Shootings Down 17 Percent This YearMurders and shootings in New York City are down 17 percent since last year and if the trend continues the city could shatter records.
Voters Split On Re-Electing De Blasio Following Summer Of ControversyA summer of controversy has send Mayor Bill de Blasio's approval rating into a dramatic downward spiral with voters split on whether he should get a second term.
MTA Subway Plan Includes Pilot Program That Would Remove Some Subway Seats To Increase CapacityThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a new $836 million plan to stabilize the beleaguered subway system.
MTA Chairman Joe Lhota Calls On State & City To Split Cost Of Fixing Subway SystemThe chairman unveiled his 30-day action plan to stabilize and improve service, as well as lay the foundation to modernize the system.
VIDEO: Curtis Sliwa Arrested Outside Gracie MansionSliwa, who is head of the Reform Party, was arrested trying to serve legal papers to Mayor Bill de Blasio.