The groups are urging New Yorkers to go without using paper or plastic bags from now through Sept. 21.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday said he is applying for federal security clearance, following the revelation that he was the first mayor in 20 years without it.
Residents of the Rockaway Peninsula took their battle to City Hall Thursday as they fight to keep their ferry service.
The spike in arrests of subway dancers has performers fighting back, speaking on the steps of City Hall Tuesday.
Union leaders and elected officials stood elbow-to-elbow in front of City Hall Friday, calling on the city to get police officers out from behind desks shuffling paper and back onto the street fighting crime.
The City Council was holding a hearing on 22 bills and resolutions to tighten the laws and increase penalties in an effort to reduce traffic fatalities.
Under the law, city agencies would be be required to accept the card, making it easier for New Yorkers to access city services where identification is required.
Obama cited Census Bureau figures show that the annual earnings of women were 77 percent of what men earned in 2012, a difference that has barely budged over the past decade.
This is an archaeological find you don’t hear about often.
Victims of gun violence and advocacy groups in New York City want President Obama to add more federal funding for anti-gun violence initiatives.
Mayor Bill de Blasio welcomed two members of the Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot to City Hall Friday.
The City Council welcomed 21 new members at the swearing in ceremony Wednesday. One of the youngest members of the council is 25-year-old Ritchie Torres of the Bronx.
As Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed a bill banning e-cigarette use indoors as one of the last pieces of legislation he approved, an opponent protested Bloomberg’s policies by lighting up a real cigarette right inside City Hall.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is featured in front of the wall-less area he and his staff have worked in since shortly after he took office.
Former President Bill Clinton will be the one to swear in Bill de Blasio as mayor on Wednesday.