NYC Says Considerable Changes Are Coming To 14th Street During L Train ConstructionThe city is embarking on a dramatic plan to redesign 14th Street, closing it to through-street traffic during the "L" train repairs, and possibly permanently.
In Rambling Note, Pipe Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Blames Steroids For ActionsCesar Sayoc made the assertion in lengthy and rambling letters to a federal judge that were posted in his court case file Tuesday.
With L Train Line Work Starting Friday, Commuters, Residents Concerned About City's Plans For 14th StreetGov. Andrew Cuomo may have stopped the L train from a complete shutdown, but the major subway line will still soon undergo extensive work.
De Blasio Takes Aim At Tall Buildings In His Green New DealTaking a page from the progressive playbook, Mayor Bill de Blasio has unveiled a green new deal that bans future construction of energy inefficient glass-walled buildings, among other things.
Transportation Chief Shares Vision Of NYC As Pedestrian ParadiseTransportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg see a future for pedestrians with more foot traffic plazas and more bike lanes on New York City's streets.
Council Passes NYC's Green New Deal, Mandating Updates On BuildingsBig buildings could soon face big fines for not being green enough.
Mueller Report: Live Updates From CBS NewsAttorney General William Barr is set to release the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will hold a press conference at 9:30 a.m. Thursday to discuss the report's release.
Cuomo Promises To Expand Tuition Support For Gold Star FamiliesGovernor overturns committee’s ruling to fund “dreamers” immigrants but not U.S. families of those killed in military training.