The Republican governor launched his campaign in the old gymnasium of Livingston High School in the town of Livingston, where he experienced some of his first political victories.
The filmmakers, Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah, claim the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is violating their First Amendment right to free speech.
The incident occurred on an M72 bus around 7:20 a.m. at West 66th Street and Freedom Place.
An audit has found that hundreds of apartment units stand empty while 270,000 New Yorkers are on a waiting list for public housing.
Rent-regulated tenants and advocates rallied Wednesday outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Manhattan office, accusing him of selling out to wealthy developers.
An investigation by the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs found Whole Foods may be ripping customers off.
Fleming was released last year after the Brooklyn district attorney’s office agreed his alibi in the 1989 fatal shooting was valid.
An electronics company will sharply reduce the height of its planned 143-foot corporate tower in a northern New Jersey community, resolving concerns raised by critics.
But as expected, the bill is getting push back from small businesses.
New York State Police spokesman Beau Duffy said officers were investigating a possible sighting of the prisoners in Allegany County near the Pennsylvania border.
Residents of a Queens apartment complex are fed up after going the past month and a half without hot water and cooking gas.
On a soggy Sunday morning, thousands ushered in the summer solstice in Times Square by taking part in an all-day yoga event.
A man who allegedly assaulted a Jewish leader in front of the Barclays Center last fall has been slapped with upgraded charges.
Thompson said many New Yorkers are in danger of going to jail for failure to respond to summonses for low-level offenses.
Brooklyn’s sprawling Greenwood Cemetery has gotten into the business of beekeeping, hoping to bottle its own honey.