NYPD Memo Emphasizes Commitment To ImmigrantsAll 36,000 NYPD officers were issued a memo Wednesday that emphasized the New York City’s commitment to immigrants.
Security Concerns Surround St. Patrick’s Day Parade As Route Passes Trump TowerThe New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade is celebrating its 255th year. For the last century thousands of spectators have lined the route on 5th Ave to honor their Irish heritage.
White House: AP Report Claiming National Guard Under Consideration For Immigration Enforcement '100 Percent Not True'The 11-page draft memo obtained by The AP calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana.
After 2 Failures In Court, De Blasio Tries Again To Give Homeowners Water Bill CreditMayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to fight the “landlord lobby” after an appeals court put the brakes on his plan to give homeowners some relief on their water bills.
Clinton: Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Inspired ImmigrantsClinton noted that the Dominican-born de la Renta was an immigrant and asked, "Aren't we proud and grateful that he was?"
Stringer Warns Of 'Turbulence Ahead' In City FinancesComptroller Scott Stringer said growth in the New York City economy is slowing, and said there is “turbulence ahead.”
De Blasio Announces $136 Million Plan For Sunset Park 'Made In New York' CampusThe de Blasio administration is spending $136 million to renovate an area of Sunset Park, Brooklyn into a 21st-century incubator for media and garment industry jobs.
Stringer Fines City Contractor $3.2 Million, Says It Cheated WorkersNew York City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Monday accused a contract of scheming to cheat workers out of their wages while on city projects.
De Blasio Administration Releases 'Fact Sheet' Calling Corruption Probes 'Outside Reviews'City Hall issued a new response Friday to questions about the two grand juries that are investigating the actions of Mayor Bill de Blasio and his aides.
NYC Could See Up To A Foot Of Snow Thursday; Schools To CloseNew York City is getting ready for what officials are calling a dangerous storm as New Yorkers soak up spring-like temperatures before heavy, wet snow moves in.
N.J. Company Accused Of Scamming 9/11 Responders, NFL PlayersNew York state and federal authorities have filed a lawsuit against a New Jersey-based company that they say scammed sick 9/11 responders and NFL players who are receiving payouts for concussion-related injuries.
Senate Confirms Education Secretary Nominee DeVos After VP Pence Breaks TieThe Senate historian said it was the first time a vice president had to break a tie on a Cabinet nomination.