Long Island Shop Cup Count: Trump, Clinton In Dead HeatHillary Clinton and Donald Trump are not only neck-and-neck for the race to the White House, they’re also ridiculously close in the tally of monogrammed campaign cups sold by one Long Island shop.
Cuomo Deflects Questions About Whether He'd Back Bronx Borough President Diaz For MayorThere has been buzz this week about whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo would support an effort to unseat Mayor Bill de Blasio in next year’s primary.
NYPD: Homicides And Shootings Fall In First Half Of 2016The city saw declines in reports of both homicides and shootings in the first half of 2016, according to crime statistics released on Monday.
Dozens Arrested As Protesters March Through Manhattan, Demand End To Deadly Police ShootingsHundreds of people marched through Manhattan with signs and messages of frustration Thursday evening, after two police shootings that left African-American men dead this week.
Brooklyn DA: 3 Men Indicted For Murder In Shooting Of Former Cuomo Aide Carey GabayCarey Gabay was walking with his brother when he was gunned down in the street during festivities leading up to the West Indian Day Parade on Sept. 7, 2015.
Voters Head To The Polls For Congressional Primary Day In New YorkPrimaries are being held Tuesday in 16 congressional districts throughout New York, including four with incumbents retiring at the end of the year.
Yankees Reach Deal Making StubHub Official Ticket ResellerThe agreement is worth about $100 million to the team over 6½ years, a person familiar with the negotiation said.
Police Looking To Question Grandson In Elderly Man's Stabbing Death In The BronxNYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said Marcus Dobson was seen on surveillance video entering and leaving his grandfather Reynold Dobson's apartment at 120 Bellamy Loop.
Trump Attacks Clinton's Record, Calls Her 'World Class Liar'In a speech Wednesday at his hotel in SoHo, the presumptive Republican nominee said the country's problems "can only be fixed by me,'' and not Clinton.
9/11 Tribute Center Finds New, Bigger HomeThe center has served approximately 4 million visitors since opening in 2006 on Liberty Street across from ground zero.
4 NYPD Officers, 2 Others Charged In Corruption ProbeThe officers have been identified in court documents as Deputy Chief Michael Harrington, Deputy Inspector James Grant, Officer Richard Ochetal and Sgt. David Villanueva.
Greenwich Village Street Renamed In Honor Of Founder Of NYPD's Gay Officers Action LeagueOn Friday, the rainbow banner flew alongside the NYPD and American flags as the street sign honoring Sgt. Charles Cochrane was unveiled at Washington Place and Sixth Avenue.