Remembering Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch: Statements And CondolencesStatements and condolences have been pouring in since news that former New York City Mayor Ed Koch died early Friday morning.
NYPD: Disgruntled Man Kills Former Co-Worker Near Empire State Building Before Cops Fatally Shoot HimA disgruntled employee recently fired from his job shot and killed one of his co-workers then opened fire on the street near the Empire State Building before being shot and killed by police, authorities said Friday.
Local Leaders React To Fatal Shooting Near Empire State BuildingThe incident, which comes less than two weeks after a knife-wielding man was shot dead by police in Times Square, is prompting some local leaders to call for stricter gun law
Local Officials React To U.S. Supreme Court's Ruling On Obama Health Care Law The decision, which was handed down Thursday in Washington D.C., means that most Americans will be required to have health insurance or pay a fine.
Attorney General Schneiderman Says Fake NYC Nursing Schools Ripped Off StudentsAttorney General Eric Schneiderman said the five schools in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island defrauded students to the tune of $6 million.
NFL Lockout: Sides Resume Talks After 12-Hour Session In NYCNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith have arrived to start a second straight day of negotiations at a law firm in Manhattan.
Race Is On To Save Giants' Camp In Albany; NY Attorney General Probing NFL LockoutNFL owners and players may find themselves shifting to hurry-up mode as time gets tight to reach labor peace. Although both sides say progress has been made, the prospect of postponing the opening of training camps grows stronger every day. The Jets have already moved their camp, and the Giants could be next.