Tri-State Area Hit With More Rain As Hurricane's Path Takes ShapeThe Tri-State area is dealing with another day of wet and dreary weather Friday but got some comfort as forecasters said the powerful Hurricane Joaquin would likely stay out at sea.
Times Square Task Force To Release Final Report On Painted Ladies, CharactersWhile the panel will not call for banning topless ladies or characters who ask for tips, sometimes aggressively when they pose for photos, it wants to restrict the ladies and characters to certain areas.
NYC Joins Global Terror-Fighting Network, But NYCLU Head Fears Muslims Will Be TargetedThe Strong Cities Network connects government so they can share intelligence and strategies.
NYC Leaders Release Report With Suggestions To Improve Police-Community RelationsAdams said ultimately the report examines how to improve relationships between police and the community and reach common ground.
Mayor De Blasio Meets With Cuban President Raul CastroMayoral spokesman Peter Kadushin said the mission invited de Blasio to meet with Castro.
Pope Receives Gifts From Cuomo, De Blasio During NY VisitPope Francis left New York Saturday morning after his whirlwind visit to the Big Apple with several gifts.
Pope Francis Greets 80,000 In Historic Procession Through Central ParkSecurity was tight as Pope Francis greeted onlookers along Central Park’s West Drive between 72nd and 60th streets Friday.
New York City Public Schools Close For Muslim Holy Day For First TimeOn Thursday, Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina attended a celebration of Eid-al-Adha at the Children's Museum of Manhattan.
Pope To Stay At Vatican's Diplomatic Residence On Upper East SideThe pontiff, known for living simply and humbly, will stay in one of the most exclusive areas of New York when he arrives in the city on Thursday.
De Blasio, Archdiocese Of New York Unveil Plan Regarding City's Homeless ProblemThe city and the Archdiocese of New York announced they are teaming up to provide 150 beds with social services for homeless people before winter sets in.
No Parking Zones In Effect On UWS As Security Begins To Tighten For Pope Francis' VisitPope Francis will arrive in New York City on Thursday and officials are already warning about increased security and papal gridlock.
Former Tennis Pro James Blake Meets With De Blasio, BrattonJames Blake, the former tennis star who was tackled during a mistaken arrest by a New York City police officer, plans to meet with the mayor and police commissioner, according to his spokeswoman.