New pocket cards listing the “Top Five Things to Ask When Entering Nail Salons” are being distributed statewide.
Dean Skelos was New York state’s most powerful Republican when he was arrested on conspiracy and extortion charges.
Four credit unions lending the buyers of yellow cab medallions are filing a lawsuit, as the Taxi and Limousine Commission considers new regulations on Uber and similar operations.
A filing in federal court in Newark on Wednesday refers to a confidential settlement reached by the two sides.
Seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a U.S. corruption probe.
The incident took place at Sheridan Avenue near McClellan Street at around 8:30 a.m. in Concourse Village.
A Hackensack man has died after being shot by police Thursday, authorities said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio donned a hard hat and helped lay asphalt on a stretch of Tysens Lane in New Dorp.
People rescued by FDNY first responders have been reunited with those who saved them.
That cap for a single passenger rail incident was part of a late effort in 1997 to pass a law that would rescue Amtrak from financial ruin and help it one day become independent.
The girl and her grandmother were struck just after 11 a.m. Sunday at 305 West End Avenue near 74th Street. A large chunk of a window ledge at the Esplanade Senior Residences fell on the two as they sat on a bench outside the nursing home.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton has issued a call for more officers in the mayor’s budget.
Visitors to Central Park remain on edge following 3 violent muggings over the weekend.
Several NYU students have accused the university’s board of trustees of turning a blind eye to abusive labor practices at its outpost in the United Arab Emirates.
Family, friends and police officers from all of the world are gathering at a Long Island funeral home to pay their respects to NYPD Officer Brian Moore.