Manhattan DA Hopes To Give Those With Outstanding Warrants A 'Clean Slate'The Manhattan District attorney is holding another "clean slate" day, where people with open warrants for low level offenses get a chance to wipe their records clean.
Mayor De Blasio To Present $82 Billion Budget PlanMayor Bill de Blasio's proposed executive budget will cover snow removal upgrades, a new police precinct, additional ambulance tours and more.
De Blasio's Campaign Attorney Fires Back Over Calls For Criminal ProbeThe mayor's campaign lawyer, Laurence Laufer, wrote the state Board of Elections to deny any wrongdoing during the 2014 election.
Hundreds, Including Eli Manning, March To Help Premature Babies In ManhattanOn a beautiful day to walk for a great cause, Giants quarterback Eli Manning led the March of Dimes' March for Babies for the ninth year in Manhattan.
New Yorkers Encouraged To Go Car-Free In Honor Of Earth DayOfficials say they want the event to reduce emissions and bring attention to the need for more investment in mass transit.
Federal Probe Into De Blasio's Fundraising Efforts ExpandsAn investigation into Mayor Bill de Blasio's fundraising efforts is reportedly expanding to include those behind a push to ban horse drawn carriages in the city.
Once Forbidden Foods Will Appear For First Time At Some Tables For Passover SederConservative rabbis overturned a centuries-old ban on kitniyot -- rice, corn and other legumes -- last year due to changing tastes and the changing make up of the diaspora.
New Yorkers Head To The Polls As Trump, Clinton Look For Wins On Home TurfRepublican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton hope to emerge victorious from Tuesday's primaries in New York, contests that offer big delegate hauls and an opportunity for the front-runners to inch closer to their parties' nominations.
Young Democrats Debate At CBS Radio New YorkYoung supporters from both the Clinton and Sanders campaigns debated issues in the race for president.
Ramapo Town Supervisor Arrested On Federal Charges In Stadium ProbeChristopher St. Lawrence accused of inflating town assets to obtain the $25 million in municipal bonds used to build Provident Bank Park in 2012.
Entire 2016 Field Descends On New York City Ahead Of PrimaryWhile the White House hopefuls have been blanketing New York state for several days, Thursday's events are among the last high-profile opportunities they'll have to appeal to voters.
Suspect Charged After Man, 22, Stabbed To Death On Upper East SideThe person in custody is a co-worker of the victim's girlfriend and police do not believe the attack was random.