Schumer, the third highest ranking Democrat in the Senate, said Monday he is pouring over the deal before making a decision on how he’ll vote.
Stand-up comedian and actress Amy Schumer is teaming up with New York Sen. Charles Schumer to call for tighter gun control.
A spike in violent crime pushed the NYPD to quickly muster 300 volunteer officers from desk jobs to street duty in troubled precincts.
The man got into the woman’s home around 1:40 a.m. Monday while she was outside sweeping the street and hid in her bedroom, police said.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer on Monday announced the settlement of $5.9 million with the family of Eric Garner.
The team will be honored with a parade in lower Manhattan up the stretch of Broadway from the Battery to City Hall known as the “Canyon of Heroes” on Friday.
De Blasio left for vacation letting Cuomo have it and he came back taking a stand after measured innuendo from Cuomo in their war of words on ways of governance.
The confetti will be flying when the city holds a parade for the U.S. women’s soccer team to celebrate its World Cup victory.
Letitia James conducted a survey by setting up a hotline for foster parents, birth parents and children. She called the findings “disturbing.”
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says there are no specific threats against the Fourth Of July celebrations in New York City as the NYPD ramps up security amid concern over possible terrorist attacks.
The vice-chair of the Board of Directors of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been named chairman of the board.
Claiming the project was sprung on them, residents shouted at A.G. Eric Schneiderman and Borough President Eric Adams as they spoke.
Speaking to reporters at City Hall just before he leaves on a family vacation, de Blasio said he believes the Democratic governors holds substantial influence over the Republican-led Senate’s leadership.
The pope will make stops in Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia during the eagerly awaited September visit.
WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reports that 88 percent of New Yorkers say they use the grading system to make dining decisions.