Mayor Bill de Blasio faced applause, boos and catcalls when he took the stage Monday to address hundreds of new police recruits at a police graduation ceremony.
A sea of blue ribbons have washed over Glendale, Queens, tied to every pole for block and blocks along Myrtle Avenue, leading the way to Christ Tabernacle Church where wake and funeral services will be held for Officer Rafael Ramos.
Security at two stationhouses in Brooklyn has been stepped up as police investigate threats against them in the wake of the deadly shootings of two officers last weekend.
The New York City Health Department issued a statement saying the patient will be tested for Ebola.
A woman went through an emotional confrontation in court in the Bronx Friday, as she came face-to-face with the man who attacked her.
West Harlem residents say a posse of raccoons has taken over their neighborhoods and in some cases even broken into their homes.
The hacker group calling themselves Guardians of Peace threatened moviegoers Tuesday and theaters showing the movie with violence reminiscent of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Chanukah began at sundown and celebrations continue through Dec. 24.
A group has made its mission to spread Christmas kindness this holiday season, and the group is doing it one layaway at a time.
Police say a man seen in surveillance footage looks like a shopper, but is actually a breast pump bandit.
The couple crossed the memorial plaza in pouring rain and wind, William holding an umbrella.
The Duchess of Cambridge shook hands with New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray before both entered the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem.
Police are searching for the violent suspects accused of beating up Black Friday shoppers at a popular mall.
Millions of Americans are having difficulty paying off their student loans, and some senior citizens are finding out what happens if they default on those loans.
A holiday tradition continued on Wednesday night, in Midtown with the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.