Mayor Bill de Blasio promoted his plan to boost the performance of struggling schools by providing extra support during a visit to a Queens high school Thursday.
He said not having a female voice in on the issues is an insult to the women of the state.
A spokesperson for the testing company, Pearson, confirmed to The Washington Post that it will alert states when it finds test questions being posted publicly to the Internet, saying security maintains fairness for students as well as the integrity of the results.
The protesters are demanding $15 an hour and union representation.
Men and women from around the world convened at the United Nations headquarters before marching down to Times Square.
Sarah McTasney says eventually she would like to start an official group warning of the dangers of oil-filled railroad cars chugging through Rockland County.
Organizers of the “Selma is Everywhere” march were arm-in-arm at the front of the procession across the famed span.
Instead of moving graduation to the Prudential Center in Newark like many other schools, Fairleigh Dickinson University is trading up to the massive MetLife Stadium.
Potholes are causing problems for drivers on roads around the Tri-State area after another round of snow and sleet Tuesday night.
Congress could vote as soon as Tuesday on a bill that would provide billions of dollars to make railroad crossings safer.
Around 1:40 a.m., authorities said a 47-year-old man woke up to the strong smell of gas inside his home on Rear Cooks Lane.
Assemblyman David Weprin, D-Queens, told reporters Sunday at the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge that implementing tolls at now-free bridges won’t work.
It was a snowy start to March after a freezing February.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined the LGBT-friendly alternative to New York City’s main St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which excluded official gay groups for years.
The battle surrounding long term funding is actually over immigration reform.