The de Blasio administration is trying to slow down Uber’s rapid expansion.
A spike in violent crime pushed the NYPD to quickly muster 300 volunteer officers from desk jobs to street duty in troubled precincts.
The bicyclist was struck at Pacific Street by a Honda SUV, which continued to drive in the wrong direction on Fourth Avenue toward Flatbush Avenue with the man on the hood, witnesses said.
The Women’s World Cup ticker-tape parade is over, but the celebrations continue.
The team will be honored with a parade in lower Manhattan up the stretch of Broadway from the Battery to City Hall known as the “Canyon of Heroes” on Friday.
De Blasio left for vacation letting Cuomo have it and he came back taking a stand after measured innuendo from Cuomo in their war of words on ways of governance.
The confetti will be flying when the city holds a parade for the U.S. women’s soccer team to celebrate its World Cup victory.
When Mayor Bill de Blasio returns from vacation, will he and Gov. Andrew Cuomo get together to bury the hatchet? It’s hard to say.
Crowds continue to celebrate at the Stonewall Inn following the Supreme Court’s landmark decision that declares same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.
Prosecutors have charged 35 people with allegedly selling cocaine and heroin in Washington Heights.
Major sections of Central and Prospect parks will be permanently car free, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday.
The indictment handed up Wednesday charges Daniel Melamed with unlawfully evicting tenants from rent-regulated apartments, endangering the welfare of a child and filing a false document.
New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman is cracking down on some deceptive practices by local car dealerships.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Long Island City residents are protesting a move by the Department of Transportation that eliminated permit parking spaces in a local municipal lot.