Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced Monday that the state will receive nearly $2.1 billon, and the city will get over $1.3 billion.
The renowned British street artist, whose keeps his identity secret, is doing a month-long “residency” in New York, using the city’s walls as his canvas.
Italian Americans celebrated their culture and heritage at the 69th Annual Columbus Day Parade in New York City.
Some of New York’s political heavyweights voiced their frustration Sunday over the partial government shutdown, which entered its sixth day.
Students were asked to read a speech he gave and write about whether the mayor’s career has been defined by successes or failures.
Bloomberg said the city’s Clean Heat program has reduced toxic soot in the air by 23 percent in four years.
Law enforcement sources say they’ve already seen something of a trend on the street in that stop, question and frisk is fast becoming stop, watch and wait.
There were 84 Port Authority employees killed on 9/11. Six people died during the 1993 bombing.
Kelly said none of the candidates have requested a terrorism briefing from the police department. He said the public should be asking whether or not candidates understand the threat to New York City.
The city says it is “highly concerned by ramifications of” judge’s decision.
A pair of gunrunners smuggled firearms into New York City by hiding them in luggage they carried on discount buses offering cheap fares and lesser odds of getting caught, authorities said Monday.
Speaking Friday on his weekly radio show, Mayor Michael Bloomberg blasted U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin, who earlier this week ruled that the NYPD’s stop, question and frisk tactic was unconstitutional.
The four-judge panel of the state Supreme Court Appellate Division said the Board of Health was acting too much like a legislative body when it created the ban.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it’s “not very helpful” to New York City’s economy when Eliot Spitzer badmouths Wall Street while campaigning.
Democrats Christine Quinn, Anthony Weiner, Bill de Blasio, William Thompson Jr., John Liu and independent Adolfo Carrion Jr. will spend Saturday night in a Harlem public housing building.