NYC Primary: Eric Adams Leads Democratic Mayoral Race In First Round Of Results; Andrew Yang Concedes EarlyThe actual results of the primary won't be known until the week of July 12 when all absentee and affidavit ballots are counted and all rounds of ranked choice are complete.
NYC Primary: Guardian Angels Founder Curtis Sliwa Is Projected Winner Of Republican Mayoral PrimaryThe longtime radio talk show host known for his red berets and focus on crime defeated businessman Fernando Mateo.
NYC Primary: So Many Options For Manhattan District Attorney, And Ranked Choice Voting Doesn't ApplyFrom gun violence to potentially prosecuting former President Donald Trump about financial matters, the person who assumes the position will inherit a number of issues.
NYC Primary: 10 Democratic Candidates Looking To Play Key Role In New York's Pandemic Recovery As New City ComptrollerThe comptroller sets the framework for how the city can spend its money, conducting audits and reports to make sure the rules are followed.
NYC Primary: New Yorkers Head To Polls To Pick Next Mayor, Candidates Make Last-Minute Campaign PushRanked choice voting is being rolled out for the first time in a citywide election, allowing people to rank their top choices, instead of picking just one.
NYC Primary: All Eyes On City's Economic Recovery As Voters Decide All 5 Borough President PositionsThe "BPs" are thought of as mini-mayors who will be crucial in the city's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
MTA Bridge And Tunnel Officers Honored For Keeping New Yorkers, Lost Dog SafeSurveillance video from earlier this month shows a dog named Indie dashing through the Queens-Midtown Tunnel. The officers stopped traffic to make sure there were no accidents, but their efforts didn't stop there.
Street Artist Dasic Fernandez Gives Chinatown's Doyers Street A Vibrant MakeoverThe mural opened to the public Tuesday.
Tobacco Company Philip Morris International Moving Corporate Headquarters From New York To ConnecticutThe company says the move will bring about 200 new jobs to the state.
Randolph School Board Overturns Decision Removing Names Of Holidays From School CalendarCriticism began when the school board voted in May to refer to Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day.
Video Simulation Shows What Empire Wind Project, Off Long Island And N.J., Will Look Like From ShoreOffshore wind power is coming to New York for the first time, and it would be the largest in the nation to date.
Got An Ant Problem? Expert Explains Reasons For Recent Surge And Offers Prevention TipsHere's a story that may leave you itching. Homeowners and exterminators are reporting an abundance of pesky ants this season.
Connecticut Becomes 19th State To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaUnder the state's new law, it will be legal for individuals 21 and older to possess and use pot, beginning July 1.
Travel Experts Say Major Airlines Forced To Cancel Flights Were Unprepared For Issues Like Pilot ShortageAs millions more take to the skies, some major airlines are having trouble keeping up with the surge.
#TogetherInPride: Las Vegas Raiders Defensive Lineman Carl Nassib Comes Out As GayNassib is the first openly gay NFL athlete playing in a regular season. Other NFL players came out as gay after they retired.