Lawyer For 1 Of 3 Texas Women Charged In Carmine's Brawl Says They Were Racially Discriminated AgainstThe chaotic scene at the restaurant was captured on cellphone video. In the immediate aftermath, police charged the three women with assault.
Caught On Video: Carmine's Hostess Attacked After Asking Tourists For Proof Of VaccinationThis is exactly what some restaurant owners feared when enforcement of the city's vaccine mandate took effect Monday.
New Jersey Senator Says COVID Survivors Should Enjoy Same Benefits As Fully Vaccinated PeopleIt's become increasingly harder to go to entertainment venues, bars, restaurants, even work, without the COVID vaccine. With that in mind, New Jersey State Sen. Joe Pennacchio says he’s working on legislation to provide another option.
People From Near And Far Pay Respects To 9/11 Victims At Ground Zero Ahead Of 20-Year CommemorationAcross the street from One World Trade, people have started dropping off flowers and thank you notes along the FDNY Memorial Wall.
Deadly Flooding From Ida Remnants Prompts Renewed Scrutiny Over Safety Of Basement Apartments In New YorkThe mayor estimates there are 50,000 illegal basement units, although he acknowledges that number could be much higher.
Long Lines At US Open Due To Late-Arriving Crowds And Bag Screenings, Not COVID Vaccine Checks, USTA SaysThe lines reportedly extended from the stadium entrance all the way back to the Mets-Willets Point subway station.
Supreme Court Blocks CDC's Eviction Moratorium, Putting Renters Already In Financial Jeopardy At RiskHundreds of thousands of renters are at risk of being kicked out of their homes after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the CDC's eviction moratorium in a 6-3 decision.
Henri's Impact: Storm Floods New Jersey Homes That Usually Stay DryKaren Tattoli's home is on a hill in North Arlington. She and her family took precautions, but they weren't enough when Henri rolled through.
Final Preparations Being Made For 'We Love NYC: The Homecoming Concert' In Central ParkIt has been a week full of music throughout New York City.
New York City Political Leaders Vow To Not Leave Earthquake-Ravaged Haiti BehindLast weekend's 7.2 magnitude earthquake shook the southern peninsula of Haiti, 80 miles west of Port-au-Prince. Some 1,500 miles away, a reassuring message is coming from political leaders in New York City.
Some New Yorkers Worried After U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Park Of State Eviction MoratoriumGroups representing landlords and tenants say the state should be doing more to allocate the $2.3 billion in rent relief money given to the state by the federal government.
Pressure Builds On President Biden's Administration To Loosen International Travel Ban Into The CountryCOVID-19 restrictions could soon be changing when it comes to international travel. Some rules have kept loved ones apart for more than a year.
Tri-State Governors Making Push To Boost COVID Vaccination Rates As Delta Variant SpreadsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says nearly all COVID hospitalizations and deaths are among people who have not received the coronavirus vaccine.
Fire Destroys Carteret, New Jersey Apartment Complex; Dozens DisplacedThe second floor collapsed, displacing dozens of residents. Investigators said the building is a total loss.
Hearing Held On New York City's Ranked Choice Voting System -- Lawmakers Examine What Worked And What Didn'tThe city's Board of Elections drew harsh criticism when it released the initial round of ranked choice results, but included thousands of test votes it failed to remove from the system.