The website of the National Action Network is calling for noontime rallies around the country, including in New York City and in New Jersey in Newark, Atlantic City, Paterson and Camden.
The announcement in Ferguson, Missouri Monday night that a grand jury has decided not to indict the police officer involved in the shooting death of Michael Brown sent protesters on the move in New York.
Bill Cosby’s attorney released a statement Friday night, saying the claims from the women accusing him of sexual assault are “fantastical stories” that are “becoming increasingly ridiculous.”
Buckingham Palace is reminding American reporters about its dress code policy for covering the royal family when Prince William and Kate visit New York City next month.
It’s estimated the average person uses 600 plastic bags every year.
Batman and Robin voiced opposing views at a City Council hearing on a new proposal to regulate costumed characters in Times Square, which would require they be licensed and pass background checks
Childhood dream crushed! A recent survey in the journal Social Forces found that just 6-percent of adults wound up in the careers that they wanted as children.
Eight people were taken to the hospital due to fumes at a Moonachie printing company on Friday.
Underground Con Edison cables caught fire in Astoria, Queens Thursday afternoon, prompting the evacuation of three homes.
A pair of bills introduced in the City Council on Thursday target the way police patrol New York City’s streets.
The incident took place at the Cartier store at Fifth Avenue and 52nd Street on Jan. 30.
Two window washers, who became trapped on scaffolding near the 68th floor of One World Trade Center, have been rescued.
Officer David Afanador is charged with felony assault, and Tyrane Isaac is charged with misdemeanor assault.
CAD is the computer processing system that helps organize and prioritize 911 calls.
The victims, ages 12 and 13, did not make an appearance at the hearing.