A New York City doctor has tested positive for the Ebola virus after coming down with symptoms Thursday, sources said.
New York’s Finest are getting a new weapon in the war on crime: improved mobile communications.
The NYPD is beefing up security at New York City locations associated with the Canadian government after gunfire erupted at the country’s capital on Wednesday.
Taxi drivers’ advocates on Wednesday lauded the City Council for passing a bill requiring stickers in cabs warning of the penalties for assaults on drivers.
The measure, supported by Mayor Bill de Blasio, would prohibit correction officials and police from handing over detainees to immigration officials.
The city’s Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a nuclear explosion in Times Square.
JPMorgan Chase wanted to construct the buildings at Hudson Yards, costing about $6 billion. The skyscrapers would have housed 16,000 employees.
Federal officials will be in New York City Tuesday with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
Some big-name politicians joined protesters in a growing firestorm against an opera they say glorifies Palestinian terrorists.
Audio tapes released by New York City’s Department of Finance reveal the boyfriend of Rachel Noerdlinger, the chief of staff for Mayor Bill de Blasio’s wife, invoked Noerdlinger’s name when fighting parking tickets earlier this summer.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that all 200 hospitals across the state are prepared, but said the eight hospitals are especially prepared with go-to teams who’ve been drilled in anti-Ebola protocols.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the NYPD are taking steps to protect officers from potential exposure to Ebola.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and other elected and interfaith religious leaders gathered Tuesday to denounce a recent attack by a group of teens who ransacked a Crown Heights deli and butcher shop.
Sen. Charles Schumer announced legislation to make it a federal crime to trespass at places like the Statue of Liberty and Indian Point with the intent to commit a crime.
A two-week meeting of bishops on family issues arrived at its halfway point with a document summarizing the closed-door debate so far. No decisions were announced, but the tone of the report was one of almost-revolutionary acceptance, rather than condemnation.