The incident occurred on an M72 bus around 7:20 a.m. at West 66th Street and Freedom Place.
The state’s rent regulations had expired June 16 but were temporarily extended as lawmakers continued to negotiate.
The sale to Anbang still allows the Hilton Corporation to run the hotel, but the deal also calls for a massive renovation, which triggered concerns in Washington.
Investigators claim Munther Omar Saleh used his personal computer to search topics ranging from weapons and pressure cookers, to eluding police and disguises.
A judge has ruled construction can proceed on a hotel and condominium complex that blocks some views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
The search is on for a suspect who was shot by a police officer after threatening the officer with a knife and refusing to drop the weapon, police said Friday.
A masked man comes out at night in the Bronx and he isn’t afraid of heights – but he is certainly no superhero.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says the NYPD is struggling to find black officers, along with many other cities in the country.
The Health Department will propose all chain restaurants add a symbol resembling a salt shaker on menus next to food products that contain more than the recommended daily limit, the AP reports.
Three traumatic years at Rikers as a teenager for a crime he was never convicted of haunted Kalief Browder.
A popular Italian gourmet food market in Manhattan is warning its customers that hackers broke into its credit card system.
The end for Sepp Blatter came suddenly, just days after he had seemingly solidified his hold on FIFA.
The tenants at 444 East 13th Street and their advocates have had enough of what they called illegal harassment from a new landlord who wants to force out rent stabilized residents.
Five people were injured, one critically, when a vehicle slammed into a Pathmark store in Flushing, Queens.