Since July 10, the city has identified 46 cases of Legionnaires’ disease, all in the South Bronx, with two deaths, the mayor said.
A lottery is opening Wednesday for those who want see Pope Francis at the World Trade Center site when he comes to New York.
New Jersey is buying 1,000 body cameras to equip all its state troopers who are out on the road and announced policies for local police on how the cameras should be used.
The mayor and the speaker sought to make it clear they were on the same page when it comes to Uber down the road.
The Boy Scouts of America are expected to approve a new policy Monday that will allow for gay scout leaders.
Friday’s commute got off on the wrong track when Amtrak power problems caused delays for Amtrak and NJ TRANSIT riders for the fourth time this week.
Eight people were killed and about 200 were injured in the Amtrak crash in Philadelphia.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio cleared the air Thursday about his administration’s surprise deal with ride-hailing service Uber.
Among other projects, the money would help pay for the next phase of the Second Avenue subway line.
Uber kicked off a citywide jobs tour at Queensbridge Park in Long Island City on Tuesday.
One issue to be discussed is the impact that transportation inequality has on income inequality.
David Levinson, whose father, Bob, is among those Americans believed to be held, sees the easing of tensions with Iran as an opportunity.
A monthly ticket will increase 9 percent, from $440 to $480.
Uniformed Firefighters Association President Stephen Cassidy is pushing for legislation that would boost disability pensions for firefighters hired after 2009.
Metro-North President Joe Giulietti has said the updated infrastructure will allow the trains to run faster.