Uber kicked off a citywide jobs tour at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City on Tuesday.
The legislation gives the Department of State power to shutter unlicensed salons.
A man has suffered a graze-wound to the head after police said he was shot point-blank at an Upper West Side diner.
There have been rumblings that FAO Schwarz, owned by Toys R Us, is close to a deal for a new flagship store in Times Square.
A monthly ticket will increase 9 percent, from $440 to $480.
“Don’t congratulate us. This is not a victory,” Garner’s mother Gwen Carr said. “The victory will come when we get justice.”
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Monday announced the settlement of $5.9 million with the family of Eric Garner.
Supervisor Paul Feiner said the man’s injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.
The NYPD released photos of a dark-colored GMC Terrain that it says was involved in the incidents.
The Women’s World Cup ticker-tape parade is over, but the celebrations continue.
A federal judge ordered changes in 2013 after a class-action civil rights trial in which black and Hispanic men said they had been unfairly targeted by police because of their race.
Alvin Bragg, now an executive deputy attorney general for social justice, will oversee four other prosecutors serving on the new Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit.
The 18-month audit found former CEO Thomas Galante and his executive team used an internal fund as their own “personal piggy bank,” Stringer said, calling the findings sickening.
There were speeches, gifts, music and dancing to celebrate the 116th birthday of Susannah Mushatte Jones, who is the oldest person in the world.
They are the latest company to part ways with Trump, the Republican presidential candidate who caused controversy with inflammatory remarks about Mexican immigrants.