Tens of thousands of bicyclists were pedaling throughout New York City on Sunday in the annual TD Five Boro Bike Tour.
Aleynikov was convicted of federal charges in 2010, but an appeals court cleared him two years later and freed him from prison.
A prominent New York City rabbi officially received his high honor from Vatican City on Monday.
The family of Eric Garner joined a U.S. congressman Monday in advocating for a federal legislative proposal against the use of chokeholds by police.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says every eligible voter in the United States should be able to register to vote online.
A rally in Times Square is marking the centennial of the killings of as many 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire — today’s Turkey.
Two police detectives were also injured, suffering lacerations to the head.
In Woodside, Queens, in an area known informally as Little Nepal, immigrants from the nation woke up to the grim news from back home.
Investigators say the tally is a very large number and not typical.
Schumer, D-N.Y., and Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Sunday delays are unacceptable for adding the communications and signaling system called Positive Train Control.
Nearly one infant dies every week in New York City because of unsafe sleep practices, said Gladys Carrion, commissioner of the city Administration for Children’s Services.
The former first lady, New York senator and secretary of state launched her campaign Sunday with her campaign manager John Podesta emailing supporters and others.
Saudi Arabia’s lawyers urged the judge to dismiss the claims, saying the lawyers for the victims’ families “have had enough chances to make their case.”
New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia has been given an 80-game suspension without pay, effective immediately, after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, the MLB said Saturday.
Local politicians and Democratic supporters held a “Ready for Hillary” rally Saturday in anticipation of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s expected presidential campaign launch.