City Council Approves Easing Punishments For Low-Level CrimesNew York City will reduce the penalties for minor offenses like littering and public urination under a package of bills approved by the City Council on Wednesday.
Quinnipiac Poll: Mayor De Blasio's Approval Rating Sinks To New LowDe Blasio has a 41 percent job approval rating in the Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. That is down from 50 percent in the pollster's last survey in January.
Lawsuit Accuses Domino's Pizza Of 'Rampant Wage Violations'New York's attorney general has sued Domino's Pizza Inc., affiliates and three franchisees alleging they underpaid workers based on payroll reports generated by the parent company's computer system.
NYC Council Eyes Easing Punishments For Public Urination, LitterThe New York City Council is poised to pass criminal justice reforms that would curtail the punishments for low-level offenses such as urinating in public.
NYCLU Raises Alarm Over Use Of Stingray Data Collection Devices By PoliceThe New York Civil Liberties Union is raising concerns over privacy issues with an NYPD crime-fighting tool known as the Stingray.
WCBS 880 Conversation: Rich Lamb Sits Down With NYC First Lady Chirlane McCrayIn this installment of WCBS Conversation, WCBS 880 reporter Rich Lamb sits down with New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray.
De Blasio Says His Administration Is Doing Its Own Probe Into Fundraising AllegationsMayor Bill de Blasio fielded questions Wednesday about the investigation into his fundraising, saying his administration is doing its own digging.
Bratton Sends A Message As NYPD Destroys Illegal Bikes And ATVsThe NYPD sent a strong message on Tuesday, as Police Commissioner Bratton oversaw the demolition of dozens of illegal bikes and ATVs.
Mark-Viverito Slams Obama Administration's Reported Major Deportation PlanCity Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito had some harsh words Friday for a plan by the Obama administration to round up and deport hundreds of illegal immigrants.
Harlem Residents Furious After Lot Goes To Developer With Connections To De BlasioA new controversy struck Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration Friday, involving a real estate deal in Harlem, a developer’s political contribution, and plenty of community outrage.
NYPD Declares Full-On War On GangsThe NYPD has declared all-out war on New York City gangs.
State Lawmakers Try To Stop NYC's 5-Cent Bag FeeLast week, the City Council voted 28 to 20 to approve a bill that would require shoppers to be charged a nickel for each bag.

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