Property tax relief is on the way for New York homeowners who rebuilt or repaired their homes following Superstorm Sandy.
De Blasio’s senior adviser Peter Ragone told WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb they rejected the possible Olympic bid after a cost benefit discussion.
The suit alleges the trustees built an extravagant new academic building that the institution couldn’t afford and squandered the school’s endowment.
Philip Eure, 52, a former federal prosecutor who has monitored police in Washington, D.C., for more than a decade, was named as the department’s first-ever inspector general in March.
A poll shows support for medical marijuana is slightly down from February, but New Yorkers still overwhelmingly support the drug for medical use.
A slower-than-usual hurricane season is expected this year because of an expected El Nino, federal forecasters said Thursday, but they warned that it takes only one storm to wreak havoc and urged Americans to be prepared.
The new museum, which was officially dedicated last week, features prominent videos of the twin towers collapsing, photos of people falling from them and voice mail messages from people in hijacked planes.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a demanding a pair of city newspapers apologize for their characterizations of his wife’s comments on motherhood.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has halted an upgrade project for the 911 system, and has ordered a multi-agency review of delays, errors, and cost overruns.
More than a half million computers in over 100 countries were infected by sophisticated malware that lets cybercriminals take over a computer, authorities said as charges were announced Monday.
The mayor said his administration wants to make sure every neighborhood in the city is wired for high-speed broadband Internet access.
The outer-borough taxis debuted a year ago, and more than 5,000 patrol parts of the city that were rarely well-served by the traditional yellow cabs.
The NYPD is holding its second day of a citywide ticket blitz this week looking for drivers using cell phones and failing to yield to pedestrians.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum is being dedicated Thursday before opening to the general public May 21.
The steel and glass museum houses more than 10,000 artifacts, 23,000 photographs, 1,900 oral histories and 500 hours of film and video. It opens to the public May 21.