New York state is kicking in more than $1.5 billion in taxpayer-funded incentives for getting half of Amazon's second headquarters located in a section of Queens.
The "public pension crisis" is the kind of subject that's easy to over-analyze, in part because there are so many different examples of bad behavior out there and in part because the aggregate damage these entities will do when they start blowi
An officer was wearing one of the cameras Saturday night when he noticed it was smoking and took it off, the NYPD said
I have never liked or respected Michael R. Bloomberg, even the slightest bit.
Hudson Yards is a gigantic real estate project on New York City's western edge that will be the most expensive development in US history when it's completed in 2025.
It's been a rough year for Manhattan's home sellers, and they're not about to catch a break any time soon.
Identity of perfectly preserved black woman found in NYC buried in an iron coffin wearing knee-high socks is revealed to be 26-year-old who died from smallpox in 1851 and was laid to rest in church founded by first generation of free African-American
New York City has effectively declared war on Uber and Lyft in an effort to protect taxis from competition.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance on Wednesday dropped more than 3,000 open marijuana smoking and possession cases dating back to 1978, saying the action would serve justice and address racial disparities in the prosecution of marijuana offense
Club to open more than 30 years after Hefner declared Bunnies 'a symbol of the past' and 32 years after the city's original closed
LinkNYC kiosks have become a familiar eyesore to New Yorkers. Over 1,600 of these towering, nine-and-a-half-foot monoliths -- their double-sided screens festooned with ads and fun facts -- have been installed across the city since early 2016. Mayor
Insider trading was a family affair for upstate New York congressman Chris Collins, federal prosecutors charged Wednesday.
A Bronx school teacher, who is also the wife of a Rockland County sheriff's deputy, admitted to having sex with one of her students. Not only will she avoid jail but she will also not lose her teaching license.
The New York Times' newest editorial board member, Sarah Jeong, was outed as a bigot yesterday after dozens of tweets from less than four years ago were unearthed, revealing extreme hatred of white people.
New York Twice-failed presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton spoke at Ozyfest, a two-day festival in Central Park on Saturday and she looked terrible.
The New York Police Department gave an ultimatum to the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday, saying it would proceed with disciplinary proceedings against the officers involved in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, absent
Between 2013 and 2015, Planned Parenthood and its affiliates dug deep into taxpayers' pockets, banking a whopping $1.5 billion from federal and state programs like Medicaid, Medicare, Title X, and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
The Manhattan real estate bubble appears to have just burst - as 54% of sales in the second quarter closed below asking price, according to Bloomberg. The lowball offers coincide with a significant 17% decline in sales vs. 2017 - resulting in the low
Since the infamous Bitlicense was put into effect, the ecosystem has fought for its removal. It turns out to be much harder in practice than in theory to oust a law once it's put into effect. The good news is groups like Startup Cities are on the c
New York City is in the midst of a plumbing repair job of monumental proportions.
The company Square announced on Monday the firm has been granted the Bitlicense from the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS). The firm and its 'Cash App' are now legally allowed to operate and utilize cryptocurrency solutions in the s
A Trump supporter tried disrupting a performance of the Robert De Niro-directed "A Bronx Tale: The Musical" on Saturday -- standing up during the curtain call and displaying a "Keep America Great!" flag toward the audience.
NEW YORK, June 14 (Reuters) - New York's attorney general on Thursday sued the Donald J. Trump Foundation, U.S. President Donald Trump, and others, and is seeking to dissolve the foundation after what she called its "persistent illegal conduct" over
A Brooklyn city lawmaker is sponsoring sex-segregated beach days to give his Jewish and Muslim constituents an opportunity to enjoy the seaside.
In a rare move in favor of public safety, a mayor has ordered police to stop arresting people for smoking cannabis in public.
NEW YORK CITY (FOX5NY) - With the summer travel season fast approaching, gas prices are on the rise but some people are getting sticker shock in Manhattan.
(Natural News) By this point, it's difficult to deny the fact that the New York Times is anything but a Trump-hating, left-wing publication that exists solely to tear down the conservative agenda. In a recent article titled "At a Key Moment, Trum
"The Alternative Is Disaster": New York Restaurants Demand Permission To Levy Food Surcharge
Eventually, city and state taxes, fees, and regulations become so burdensome that people and corporations jump ship. More people are currently fleeing New York than any other metropolitan area in the nation. More than 1 million people have moved out
Housed in Finnish architect Eero Saarinen's landmarked 1962 TWA Flight Center at JFK International Airport, the forthcoming TWA Hotel is an homage to the midcentury era of Jet Age optimism--and blithe indifference.