Critics of the Met’s decision to feature the opera want it canceled, arguing that the performance is anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.
As many as 8,000 Liberians live in the Clifton section of Staten Island, known as Little Liberia.
A new report has found that the taxpayer cost of jailing a New York City inmate has jumped 42 percent since 2007 as levels of violence continue to rise.
Newark’s Mayor is asking for the Commander in Chief to weigh in on how to fix New Jersey’s largest school district.
The American Red Cross has launched a campaign aimed at cutting the number of deaths in home fires by 25 percent over the next five years.
The family of a 15-month-old girl who was killed by a stray bullet inside her home Saturday had just moved into the Irvington apartment two days before, authorities said.
New York City health officials said the teen tested negative for Ebola.
Claire Thomas, the staff attorney for the Safe Passage Project, said many of the children don’t have legal representation, and that’s why her group is training volunteer lawyers as fast as it can.
The New York Democrat said Sunday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should train agents to conduct screenings on passengers arriving at U.S. airports from Ebola-affected countries.
The Rainbow Room reopened on Sunday for brunch, offering diners sweeping views of Manhattan and beyond through windows widened during a renovation.
Port Authority police said a passenger on board United Flight 998, inbound from Brussels, was vomiting aboard the plane.
On Oct. 4, 2013, Avonte Oquendo ran out of Center Boulevard School in Long Island City, setting off a massive search.
More than 80 years after her death, a New Jersey nun credited with curing a boy’s eye disease is set to be beatified on Saturday.
Two Yale University doctoral students returning from West Africa are taking extra precautions to ensure that they did not contract the Ebola virus while traveling.
Citizens Union Director: De Blasio Aide Under Criticism, Rachel Noerdlinger, Is Obligated To Disclose Background
Citizens Union Executive Director Dick Dadey says public officials such as Rachel Noerdlinger, served at the appointment of the mayor, but also served the public and as such, are obligated to disclose their background and history under the law.