New York Legislature Ends 2018 Session With Several Big-Ticket Items Left UndoneLawmakers couldn’t find the time to reach agreements on things like sports betting, revenge porn or keeping guns out of schools.
Carranza Releases Plan To Diversify Upper West Side, South Harlem Middle SchoolsThe plan will prioritize 25 percent of seats in each middle school in District 3 for low-income, lower-performing students who apply.
NYPD To Put 1,000 More Cops On The Street To Deal With Summertime ChallengesPolice are rolling out a program to get more cops on the street and help deal with the rise in the warmer season's unpredictable challenges from drug users, the homeless and the mentally ill.
Republican Lawmakers Call On Cuomo To Tackle Term LimitsIn a dramatic and unusual end-of-session move that could have lasting repercussions in the gubernatorial election, a group of Republican lawmakers is demanding the state pass term limit legislation.
N.Y. Sen. Majority Leader Accuses Gov. Cuomo Of Being 'Disengaged And Disinterested'Senate Majority Leader, Republican John Flanagan, is furious that Cuomo has taken to gallivanting around the state to push his agenda.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson Calls Alleged NYCHA Coverups 'Unacceptable,' Demands ChangeAfter an exchange of niceties with the mayor, Johnson lowered the boom in response to the federal government's scathing findings about how NYCHA was run.
Feds Force City To Pay Billions In NYCHA Settlements As Remedy To 'Deplorable Conditions'It appears there may finally be a fix for the nation's largest public housing agency.
CBS2 Demands Answers, Gets Results After Brooklyn Residents Complain About Junk CarsSheepshead Bay residents say they haven't been able to park in public spaces for years because they’re filled with junked cars.
With Weeks To Go, Donovan-Grimm Republican Primary Is Getting Downright NastyIt is one of the hottest and most controversial political races in the state -- and it's only a primary.
Bill Clinton's Book Tour Stop In NYC Hijacked By Questions About ApologiesThere was a click of flash bulbs as Clinton and author James Patterson entered a Barnes & Noble bookstore on Fifth Avenue to sign copies of their novel, “The President Is Missing.”
Mayor De Blasio's Plan For Elite New York City High Schools Met With Anger By ManyIn the wake of Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement Sunday that he wants to diversify the elite high schools in New York City, there has been an avalanche of criticism from parents, students and alumni.
NYC Dedicating Parking Spots For Carshare Vehicles OnlyThe Department of Transportation is launching a two-year carshare pilot program citywide.