The NYPD apprehended a teenage suspect Tuesday afternoon in connection to a scary incident that stopped a subway train last week.
A new video posted online has sparked the interest of the NYPD.
Hundreds of families fear for their safety. They live in public housing and have been without gas for more than two months. They say the city’s temporary solution to the problem puts them at risk.
Hundreds of students who didn’t make the grade were allegedly given passing grades, and teachers told CBS2 on Monday that administrators knew all about it.
It was a stunning about face from Israel’s prime minister intended to repair relations with the United States. Only it didn’t work.
There may be a political price to pay for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s chronic tardiness. Voters don’t like it and experts say the public has a long memory.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s late streak continued on St. Patrick’s Day.
The feelings were so intense, the passions so high that hundreds of firefighters showed up at City Hall on Monday to send a message to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Ardent protests erupted Friday against the latest attempt to put tolls on the free East River bridges as part of a congestion pricing plan.
It started small, with one woman screaming “It’s a lie!” in the direction of Commissioner Bratton as he started testifying about the NYPD budget.
At a brief news conference at the United Nations, Clinton said when she began her tenure as secretary of state in 2009, she opted to use one device and one email account for both work and personal use because she thought it would be more convenient.
Hillary Clinton took to the stage in New York City on Monday to discuss gender equality and stuck to her prepared script like glue.
Attorney General Eric Holder has approved prosecutors’ request to move forward with the charges, CBS News reported.
There is a demand for an investigation into what has become a plague in New York City this winter — exploding manholes that have put the public in danger, even sending some people to the hospital.
“The American public deserves to know whether one of its top-ranking public official’s actions violated federal law,” wrote Republican National Committee chief counsel John Phillippe.