It was a shocking scene at one of the city’s most visited landmarks.
Donald Trump’s top adviser is under fire over comments he made while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation.
With a recent spike in violence by the homeless, the mayor has vowed to get more aggressive with aggressive street people. But why are there more people living on the streets?
The former U.S. Navy intelligence analyst was convicted of espionage for giving classified documents to his Israeli handlers.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio cleared the air Thursday about his administration’s surprise deal with ride-hailing service Uber.
If you thought this plan had left the station, well, it just rode the rails back from oblivion.
The Iran nuclear deal’s ratification could hinge on the vote of New York Sen. Chuck Schumer. So what will he do if push comes to shove? CBS2’s Marcia Kramer attempted to find out.
Uber kicked off a citywide jobs tour at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City on Tuesday.
The de Blasio administration is trying to slow down Uber’s rapid expansion.
The “Canyon of Heroes” will be the “Canyon of Heroines” on Friday for the kind of celebration only New York City can throw.
On Wednesday evening, Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina released a report detailing the findings of the investigation.
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.
The governor hopes that the national conversation about police abuse will take a new turn and that other jurisdictions will follow his model.
The president has been under intense pressure to wipe ISIS off the battlefield and on Monday afternoon he spoke about 16 air strikes over the weekend on the Syrian city of Raqqa.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says there are no specific threats against the Fourth Of July celebrations in New York City as the NYPD ramps up security amid concern over possible terrorist attacks.