Christopher Meloni spotted filming Law & Order: Organized Crime in New York City
Christopher Meloni was spotted back at work filming Law & Order: Organized Crime in New York City. The 60-year-old actor was spotted walking through the Big Apple set on Wednesday afternoon as filming ...
Hydro-Quebec submits bid to supply power to New York City
Hydro-Québec has made a formal bid to help power the bright lights of New York City, opening up another front in its continuing battle to secure long-term electricity deals in the United States in the ...
Four People Attacked on New York City Subways in 24 Hours as Mayor Touts Safety
Mayor Bill de Blasio said his city will continue to make adjustments to the number of officers in the transit system.
New York approves vaccinations of kids aged 12 to 15
Children between the ages of 12 and 15 can get vaccinated in New York effective immediately, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday, after the state's vaccine advisory task force and state health ...
The 'defund the police' movement falls flat on its face in New York City
The “defund the police” movement has crashed and burned in New York City, perhaps putting a welcome close to one of the dumber chapters in police reform debates.
Shake Shack, a New York City native, is focusing its expansion on the suburbs
Shake Shack Inc. is expanding its footprint, and says the suburbs are a prime target. “Assuming no unforeseen COVID-related delays, we’re on target to open between 35 and 40 new company-operated ...
With Andrew Yang tweet, conflict spills into New York City mayoral race
Yang has been actively courting the Jewish vote, especially in the haredi Orthodox communities, where he has picked up some key endorsements ahead of next month’s Democratic primary.
Can New York’s Next Mayor Fix the City’s Broken Property Tax System?
Mayoral candidate Shaun Donovan may have flubbed a question about housing prices, but his answer had a kernel of truth: Expensive homes in Brooklyn really are assessed for a fraction of their value.
New York City politicians spar over Israel, Palestine
The leaders in New York City’s mayoral election both defended Israel over the recent conflict with the Palestinians, though other politicians more to the left spoke in favor of the Palestinian cause.
New York City Council Passes Legislation On Moped Share Regulations
The moped safety and oversight bill prohibits the operation of a moped sharing company without the city Department of Transportation's approval.
New York City Council Bill Toughens Airbnb Regulations
The bill would require apartments rented through home-sharing sites to be registered with the city, intending to reduce the number of illegal short-term rentals.
New York City Jails Are in Disorder, Federal Monitor Says
The rate of use of force in city jails was higher in 2020 than any year since at least 2015, with an average of 11.3 incidents of force per 100 inmates, according to a report.