Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For One Vanderbilt AvenueOne Vanderbilt Avenue will stand 1,401-feet tall. Construction of the 58-story skyscraper next to Grand Central Terminal is expected to be completed in the fall of 2020.
Gabby Giffords Brings Anti-Gun Violence Bus Tour To New York CityFormer Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords brought her anti-gun violence bus tour to New York City on Monday.
New York State Voter Registration Deadline Is TodayFriday is the last day New Yorkers can register to vote in the November election.
Black Lives Matter, Ministers Oppose NYPD Body Cameras BidderA public battle Thursday to outfit the NYPD with body cameras has community leaders opposing the low bidder.
Lawmakers Look To Ban 'Flushable' Wet Wipes From NYC StoresThe legislation, initially proposed in 2015, would stop manufacturers from engaging in what the lawmakers say is false advertising, if they want to sell their products in the city.
Racial Discrimination Complaint Filed Against FDNY, $150 Million Lawsuit ExpectedOfficials say 10 black civilian employees have filed a complaint with the EEOC, alleging that they are being denied promotions and pay increases due to racial discrimination.
Despite Protests, Dept. Of Homeless Services Rents 30 Rooms In Maspeth, Queens HotelThe Department of Homeless Services' original plan to turn the hotel into a homeless shelter for 110 families was met with push-back from local residents and elected officials.
Proposal Would Ban Lions, Tigers, Bears And Other Exotic Animals From Circus Acts In NYCThe days of going to the circus may be coming to an end in New York City.
NY Archdiocese Unveils Compensation Program For Victims Sexually Abused By ClergyCardinal Timothy Dolan has announced a new program designed to bring peace to victims of sexual abuse from clergy members of the Archdiocese of New York.
'We Know The System Failed,' De Blasio Says In Wake Of Harlem Boy's DeathSources say Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce reforms at the Administration for Children's Services, the agency responsible for investigating cases of child abuse..
Search For Killer Continues 2 Months After Slaying Of Jogger Karina VetranoIt has now been two months since jogger Karina Vetrano was found murdered in a Queens park, and police as of Monday were still searching for the culprit.
NYPD Official On Creepy Clowns: 'Don't Believe The Hype'The unusual creepy clown reports started surfacing in August when children in Greenville, South Carolina told police that clowns tried luring them into woods by offering money.

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