NYC: De Blasio Says Quinn’s Campaign Launch Was ‘More of the Same’

As Council Speaker Christine Quinn officially kicked off her bid to be the first female Mayor of New York City today, one of her...

Williamsburg: City Built Less Than 2 Percent of Affordable Units Promised

Eight years after the city pledged to build 1,345 affordable housing units on North Brooklyn's city-owned land, only 19 of those units have been...

VIDEO: NYPD Official Testifies About Bin Laden Interview

A top New York Police Department official who once worked as a TV news correspondent has testified at a terrorism trial about interviewing Osama...

Budget Watchdog Pushes City To Review Lavish Water Bills Exemption For Religious Institutions

New York City's generous setup of granting fee exemptions of water bills for religious institutions, such as churches, synagogues and mosques, is now being...

Obama Takes Shopping Detour On Fundraising Trip

When in New York rubbing elbows with wealthy private equity types, might as well also go shopping. At the Gap. President Barack Obama, in Manhattan for...

Where’s My Car? Suffolk, NY Has Post-Snow Hotline

Suffolk County police have set up a hotline to help people find vehicles that were moved during snow removal. The department notes that not all...

More People Moving Into NYC Than Out For First Time In More Than 60...

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced that more people are moving to New York City than are moving out for the first time since before...

Quinn and Thompson In Battle For 2nd Place in Runoff, New Poll Shows

Bill de Blasio has managed to solidify his lead over his rivals, Christine Quinn and Bill Thompson, who're now battling it out for the...

2014 – State GOP Searching A Gubernatorial Candidate With Candles

Fresh off some considerable statewide victories in last week's election, Republican Chairman Ed Cox in a radio interview Monday morning talked up the possibility...

NYC Teacher Pension Fund Pulls Money From Gun Makers

New York City's teacher pension fund has pulled its money out of publicly traded firearms manufacturers, becoming the largest U.S. public pension fund to...

New York Sets 7-Day Limit on Initial Opioid Prescriptions

New York is limiting opioid drug prescriptions to seven days of painkillers following a patient's initial visit to a doctor. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, signing the...

PHOTOS: 3 Alarm Fire Tears Through Row Of Businesses On 11 Ave In Brooklyn

At least seven businesses were damaged when a fire tore through a strip of stores in Brooklyn late Monday. The fast-moving three-alarm fire broke out...

NYC: 15-Year-Old Arrested With Gun On Subway

New York City police say a 15-year-old was caught on a subway with a .22-caliber firearm in his waistband. Police say they stopped the teenager...

MTA Expanding Subway Cell Service This Week

Cell phone service is coming to 30 more Manhattan subway stations this week. The new stations are mostly on Manhattan's west side between 42nd and...

Greenfield Demands Cleaner Streets and Fewer Fines at Sanitation Budget Hearing

Councilman David G. Greenfield questioned New York Department of Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty at a recent City Council budget hearing about the lack of...

Lhota, Catsimatidis Wooing GOP Voters In Republican Strongholds

They might be the forgotten ones, but the Republicans also have a primary to choose their nominee for mayor in hope to maintain power...

Poll: De Blasio Has A Statewide Mandate For Pre-K Tax Hike Proposal

New York State voters support 63 - 32 percent New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's proposal to increase city income taxes of households...

NYPD: Off-Duty Cop Kills Wife, Himself

Police say an off-duty police officer gun downed his wife on a street in Queens before shooting himself. It happened just before 8 p.m. Wednesday...

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