Politicians Stand With Sikh Cabbie After Turban Stolen In Possible Hate CrimeAuthorities say Harkirat Singh, 25, was attacked after driving a group of people to the Bronx on April 16.
De Blasio Announces Plan To Raise Base Price Of Pack Of Cigarettes To $13New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a package of bills Wednesday aimed at drastically reducing the city’s smoking population over the next four years.
Construction To Begin On Hudson Yards 'Vessel'The "vessel" is described as an interactive piece of art that will sit in the middle of the public square.
De Blasio Dedicates NYC Ferry With Ride To BrooklynThe service is set to begin May 1, one month ahead of schedule, with the Rockaway route and the existing East River route.
Christians In NYC And Abroad Celebrate Easter SundayA crowded filled St. Peter's Square in Vatican City on Sunday morning, with all eyes on Pope Francis as he leads Easter Mass.
Daughter Of Officer Killed In 9/11 Attacks Joins NYPDBrittney Roy, of Massapequa Park on Long Island, was sworn in Thursday along with 473 other recruits during a ceremony held at the city's police academy in Queens.
Sources: Family Says NY State Appeals Court Judge Found In Hudson River Was Struggling With DepressionMedical examiners are still planning to perform an autopsy on 65-year-old Sheila Abdus-Salaam.
Hillary Clinton Joins Cuomo For Signing Of NY State Free College Tuition BillThe governor sprang the surprise guest on the crowd at LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City on Wednesday afternoon.
New York City To Expand E-Waste Curbside Pickup ProgramIt is soon going to be easier to dispose of your old computers and televisions in New York City.
De Blasio Holds Office Hours With Staten Island ResidentsMayor Bill de Blasio held office hours on Staten Island Tuesday, the second day of his first week of taking City Hall on the road.
De Blasio Heads To Staten Island, Takes City Government On The RoadMayor Bill de Blasio is trading City Hall this week for Staten Island Borough Hall.
NYC Leaders Want To Criminalize 'Revenge Porn'Revenge porn, the act of posting sexually explicit or intimate photos or videos of a person online without their consent, is illegal in Washington, D.C. and 35 states, but New York is not one of them.

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