Tenants at 650 New Jersey Ave. in East New York say their building is a wreck inside and out.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney wants to make the Equal Rights Amendment part of the political conversation in the 2016 presidential race.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is hosting a news conference along with a local resident who is recovering from an addiction to K2.
Bratton made the suggestion in the wake of growing complaints about topless, body painted women and aggressive costumed characters seeking tips for photos.
It happened around 11:30 p.m. Thursday on Bay Ridge Parkway between 5th and 6th avenues.
The Pope will be visiting the city in September, and has insisted that he wants to meet and greet New Yorkers.
New York City’s police commissioner has a solution for the harassment and nuisance problems plaguing Times Square.
When the pope visits Our Lady Queen of Angels school next month, he’ll first be greeted by hundreds of school kids on the street.
The carousel, which opens to the public Thursday, features 13-foot-tall fish that change colors, go up and down and spin around, all to the accompaniment of classical music.
Though toplessness is not illegal in New York, aggressive panhandling and aggressive solicitation are illegal.
A federal judge put the NFL on the defensive over its four-game suspension of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday.
New York City is taking an unprecendented preventative move after two more deaths have been linked to the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in the South Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
Two thrill seekers who BASE jumped from One World Trade Center have been sentenced to community service and fined $2,000.
The testing will be available to all owners, operators, managers and landlords of buildings with cooling towers or evaporative condenser units until October.
The family of a man who spent over 20 years behind bars for three murders he didn’t commit is suing New York City.