Rachel Noerdlinger, the embattled chief of staff for First Lady Chirlane McCray, has decided to take a leave of absence following the recent arrest of her son.
For the first time together, Juan Lizama and Juan Lopez discussed their harrowing rescue from One World Trade Center.
Two window washers, who became trapped on scaffolding near the 68th floor of One World Trade Center, have been rescued.
Declaring “New York City is Ebola free,” Mayor Bill de Blasio hugged Dr. Craig Spencer after he walked out of Bellevue Hospital Tuesday as medical team members cheered and applauded.
U.S. attorney Loretta Lynch has emerged as the leading choice to be the next attorney general, but President Barack Obama does not plan to make a nomination until after a trip to Asia next week.
New York City is getting at least $1.6 billion in federal money to help public hospitals install floodwalls, flood proof elevators and otherwise become more storm-resilient.
Members of the New York City Council gathered at City Hall to voice their concerns over the direction of the NYPD in light of the sudden departure of Chief of Department Philip Banks III.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said there are no credible threat against this weekend’s TCS New York City Marathon, but the NYPD is remaining vigilant.
Cuomo, De Blasio To Create Program Encouraging Medical Workers To Treat Ebola Patients In West Africa
New York state and New York City will create a program to offer financial incentives and employment protections to encourage medical workers to go to West Africa to fight Ebola.
The mobile app for the all-female livery service SheRides has officially launched in New York City.
The Big Apple is gearing up for the TCS New York City Marathon.
William Rockefeller’s sleepiness was due to a combination of an undiagnosed disorder — sleep apnea — and a drastic shift in his work schedule, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Tests on a 5-year-old boy who showed possible symptoms of Ebola, have come back negative.
Dr. Craig Spencer, a member of Doctors Without Borders, became the city’s first Ebola patient on Thursday.
City Councilman Brad Lander is on board with leaders and activists supporting proposed laws to eliminate what he described as a segregated school system.