PHOTOS: Bill de Blasio Gets Agudah Leadership’ Endorsement

In the race for mayor, Democratic mayoral hopeful Bill de Blasio landed, Monday afternoon, the endorsement of some of Agudath Israel's leaders, Hamodia reports. De...

Boro Park: MTA Worker Killed, Another Injured After Being Struck by Train in Brooklyn...

Investigators are looking into a deadly subway accident involving two MTA workers in Brooklyn early Thursday morning. A New York City subway train has struck...

Ambulances To Be Rerouted In Brooklyn Neighborhoods Ahead Of Hospital Closures

Ambulances will be ordered to steer clear of a Brooklyn hospital slated for closure, starting Thursday. The Daily News reports that medics responding to 911...

NYPD Monitoring Britain Terror Precautions

New York Police Commissioner William Bratton says the city is closely following developments overseas after Britain raised its terror threat level. Bratton said Friday there...

NJ: US Prosecutors Won’t Retry Menendez On Corruption Charges

Federal prosecutors decided Wednesday not to retry Sen. Bob Menendez on corruption charges that ended in a hung jury last fall, lifting the legal...

After Boy’s Death, NYC Changes Child Care Emergency Protocol

The death of a toddler from what his family says was an allergic reaction to food he ate at a pre-school has prompted New...

CD44 – Document Drop: Joseph Hayon vs. David Greenfield Court Challenge

Republican activist and city council candidate for the 44th Council District, Joseph Hayon is taking the Board of Elections to court in an attempt...

After Gillibrand’s Push, VA Replaces Cross With Star Of David On WWII Veteran’s Grave

After a Queens rabbi discovered that the grave of his distant relative, a Jewish World War II soldier, was marked with a Christian cross...

Mayor Bloomberg & NYPD Commish Update New Yorkers On What NYC Is Doing Following...

The following are Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s remarks as delivered this afternoon from the Blue Room at City Hall: “Good afternoon. I’m joined here by...

New York Smoking Rate Goes Back Down After Startling Rise

The ranks of smokers are dwindling after a surprising uptick in a city known for tough steps to discourage tobacco use, health officials said...

NYC Takes Control Of South Street Seaport Museum

New York City has taken control of the South Street Seaport Museum. It continues to struggle with an estimated $22 million in damage from Superstorm...

Former MTA Chairman Lhota To File Papers For A Mayoral Run

Likely mayoral candidate Joe Lhota made his candidacy all but official Monday, as he said at a Manhattan lunch event that he will file...

Christie Officially Makes New Jersey The ‘Garden State’

Garden State has been stamped on New Jersey license plates for more than six decades after first becoming a popular nickname in 1876, and...

NYPD Outraged at Short Sentence For Teen Who Dragged Cop, Leaving Him With Severe...

A teenager accused of dragging a New York City police officer while driving a stolen car has been sentenced to 1 1/3 to 4...

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Stumps, Fundraises Across The Nation

Is it possible to leverage 17,000 votes into a national political movement? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is trying. The 28-year-old liberal activist, who was nearly unknown...

NY Officials: Flu Season Continues But No Longer Prevalent

New York health officials say the influenza season isn’t over yet but flu is no longer prevalent in the state. State Department of Health Commissioner...

NYC Ban On Plastic Foam Food Containers Takes Effect

The new year means no more plastic foam coffee cups, takeout containers or packing peanuts in most places in the nation’s largest city. New York...

Sharpton, Sanders Meet at a Harlem Landmark

The Rev. Al Sharpton and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders shared breakfast tea at a Harlem landmark a day after the Democrat's New Hampshire...

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