City Officials To Relocate Teens From Troubled Rikers Island Jail Complex New York City officials say 16- and 17-year-old inmates will be moved off the troubled Rikers Island jail complex and into a Bronx youth facility.
NYPD Monitoring Events In France Following Deadly Truck Attack In NiceFlags were flying at half-staff outside the French consulate on the Upper East Side Friday as extra security was seen outside.
NYC Becomes First City In US To Require Free Tampons In Schools, Shelters, JailsNew York City is becoming the nation's first city to require free tampons and sanitary pads in public schools, homeless shelters and jails.
NYC Leaders Weigh In On Black Lives Matter DebateA sharp debate on police-race relations is consuming both present and former New York City leaders.
NYPD: Homicides And Shootings Fall In First Half Of 2016The city saw declines in reports of both homicides and shootings in the first half of 2016, according to crime statistics released on Monday.
De Blasio Orders Flags To Be Flown At Half-Staff In Honor Of Dallas Shooting VictimsFlags in New York City will be flown at half-staff until further notice "as a mark of respect for the victims of the deadly violence that occurred in Dallas."
De Blasio's Social Media Director Quits: 'For The Sake Of My Health And My Sanity'Mayor Bill de Blasio's former social media director has quit, citing that he's leaving for the sake of his health and sanity briefly after joining the team.
Historic Stonewall Inn Dedicated As National MonumentLocal and federal officials joined members of the LGBT community at a dedication ceremony officially designating the historic Stonewall Inn as a national monument to gay rights.
Gay Councilman Slams De Blasio Administration For Not Doing Enough To Address LGBT Mental Health IssuesThe first openly gay official ever elected in the Bronx is blasting the de Blasio administration for not doing enough to fight mental illness in the LGBT community.
Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree To 1-Year Extension Of Mayoral Control Over NYC SchoolsMayor Bill de Blasio wanted a seven-year continuation of the policy, first enacted in 2002.
Albany Lawmakers Seek Compromises To End 2016 SessionLawmakers had planned to adjourn Thursday but couldn't agree on the renewal of a policy giving Mayor Bill de Blasio control of New York City schools.
De Blasio Releases New Renderings Of Proposed Citywide Ferry SystemThe new system will provide service at 21 landings across six different routes and will integrate existing service from the East River Ferry system.