A new report says parts of curbs in New York City aren’t up to code for people with disabilities.
They found that just 115, or 9.5 percent, were fully compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
UFT President Michael Mulgrew said he U.S. women’s soccer team exhibits a great work ethic and competitive spirit that can inspire student athletes — especially girls.
The fourth-annual Brooklyn Bridge Mother’s Day walk was founded by Dawn Diaz on behalf of her late mother and other victims of domestic violence.
Commissioner Bratton said rape is too often not reported and urged victims to come forward.
Under Brewer’s proposal, if a landlord seeks to jack up a store’s rent, a mediator would try to work out a deal. If one cannot be reached, the business would receive a one-year extension so that it has time to find a new space.
Fears are being expressed that an NBA All-Star concert next week in one of the city’s busiest neighborhoods could hurt local business and stop traffic.
U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Saturday kicked off a campaign urging the creation of a National Women’s History Museum.
A group of New York elected officials, community activists and housing advocates gathered on the steps of City Hall Friday to launch a campaign against the home-sharing company Airbnb.
Tuesday marked the 94th anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.
The Times Square Alliance is meeting with elected officials Wednesday morning to talk about growing concerns and solutions, like requiring background checks on the so-called street performers.
The law, passed by the City Council late last month, clarifies that the protections of the city’s Human Rights Law cover interns as well as employees.
Under the city’s current civil rights law, unpaid interns cannot sue for sexual harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
The City Council voted Tuesday to allow residents to donate via text message. Under the bill, which must be signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a voter could use their phones to give up to $99 to a candidate in an election cycle.
Elected officials pointed to the $13 million price tag to hold Tuesday’s public advocate runoff election that saw very low voter turnout as a reason to change the current procedure.