Corey Johnson Elected City Council SpeakerCity Councilman Corey Johnson (D-3rd) was officially elected as the new Council Speaker Wednesday.
NY Gov. Cuomo Outlines Agenda For 2018 In State Of The State AddressNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his state of the state address Wednesday during the first day of the legislative session.
Deadline Looms To File Report With Brooklyn Diocese Sex Abuse Compensation ProgramTime is running out for victims of past sexual abuse by priests in Queens or Brooklyn to report their cases.
NYPD Detective Says He Has New Lead In Murder Of Robert Durst's WifeThe NYPD said Tuesday that it has a new lead in the murder of the first wife of Robert Durst decades ago.
Police, NYCLU Face Off In Court Over Use Of Cellphone-Tracking StingraysHow much should the NYPD have to reveal about surveillance technology that can track your cellphone without knowing it.
Suspect In Times Square Crash Rampage Will Use Mental Illness Defense, Attorney SaysThe driver who killed a tourist and hurt over 20 others in a Times Square sidewalk rampage earlier this year will use mental illness as a defense.
Falling Scaffolding Kills Worker In Chelsea; City Says It Was PreventableA falling piece of scaffolding killed a construction worker Monday morning in Chelsea, and the city said it was preventable.
Judges Hear Arguments On Whether Case To Preserve DACA Can Go ForwardA federal appeals court in Manhattan heard arguments Thursday over whether a lawsuit to preserve the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals initiative, or DACA, can go forward.
FCC Votes To Undo Obama-Era Net Neutrality RulesThe agency's Democratic commissioners dissented in the 3-2 vote Thursday.
Port Authority Subway Bombing Suspect Arraigned From Hospital BedAkayed Ullah remains hospitalized with serious burns from the pipe bomb authorities said was strapped to his body.
'Boom' Then Smoke: Witness Describes Underground Blast Near Port Authority Bus TerminalIt happened around 7:19 a.m. in an underground walkway between Times Square and the bus terminal subway stations in the area of 42nd Street between 7th and 8th avenues.
6 Women File Lawsuit Against Harvey Weinstein, Claim Assault Cover-Up Amounts To RacketeeringThe lawsuit was filed at a federal court in New York seeking to represent a class of "dozens, if not hundreds" of women who say they were assaulted by Weinstein.
Attorney Says Trump Should Be Shielded From Defamation Suit By Groping AccuserAn attorney for President Donald Trump was in a Manhattan courtroom Tuesday, arguing that he should be shielded from a lawsuit by one of his female accusers.
Schneiderman: FCC Agrees To Cooperate With Probe On Bot Comments About Net NeutralityNew York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Monday that the Federal Communications Commission has agreed to cooperate with his investigation into how millions of fake comments spammed the agency’s servers.
Supreme Court Considers Legality Of Sports BettingThe case pits New Jersey and other states against all four major professional sports leagues and the federal government.