Former NYC Gynecologist Accused Of Sexually Abusing Patients Now Facing Federal ChargesRobert Hadden, 62, was arrested Wednesday morning at his home in Englewood, New Jersey.
Bodega Owners Say Enforcement Of Mask Rules In Stores Should Fall On NYPD, Not On WorkersA dispute over face masks recently escalated into violence in the Bronx.
Brooklyn Borough President Calls On New York State, City To Sue FEMA Over Funding CutsAdams says the cuts are political and would stop reimbursement for the cleaning of schools, subways and public facilities during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Infection Rate Below 1% In New York State For 29th Straight Day, Officials SayOver 99,700 coronavirus test results were reported to New York state on Friday. The governor says 801, or .8%, were positive.
Indoor Dining Remains Banned In NYC With Gov. Andrew Cuomo Citing Past Compliance Problems At BarsIn the midst of all of this, restaurants still have no indoor timeline as they think about shelling out more money to make their outdoor space conducive to colder weather.
Trump Administration Takes Action To Cut More Federal Funds To NYC, Affecting School, Subway CleaningsGov. Andrew Cuomo blasted the move, saying the president is "telling essential workers that he does not value their safety or sacrifices over the last six months."
Mayor De Blasio Sounds Off On President Trump's Plan To Defund New York City: 'Your Words Don't Carry Much Weight'City and state leaders are reacting to President Donald Trump's threat to defund several major cities, including New York, over lawless behavior.
President Trump Begins Process Of Defunding New York City, Gov. Cuomo Calls Move 'An Illegal Stunt'Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the president is no longer welcome in this town, saying, "Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's gonna walk down the street in New York."
Schools: The New Normal | Brooklyn Schools Offer Preview Of Outdoor Teaching PlanOn Aug. 24, the city announced principals had the option of applying for outdoor learning, another piece to go with classroom and remote instruction.
Schools: The New Normal | Rush Is On To Bridge The Digital Divide In Tri-State Area CitiesWith most students in our area preparing for online classes, at least part time, many are still not connected.
Metropolitan Museum Of Art Welcomes Back Visitors After Pandemic Forced Five-Month ClosureWith the return of visitors, the museum undergoes extra cleanings and the crowd is capped at 25% capacity.