Hizzoner receives an honor
$77,550 in fines not bad for a day's work
"Charlotte" died after Bill de Blasio dropped it during Groundhog Day ceremony in Staten Island
Claims come as news to U.S. officials, who say there's no evidence of a threat
New York City wasn’t the obvious choice for the United Nations headquarters
The rise of Islamic State extremists in Syria and Iraq, the ongoing civil strife in Ukraine, and the deadly Ebola outbreak on the agenda for this week's summit
The public is agitating for action on global warming—but will politicians listen?
Demonstrators are putting pressure on world leaders ahead of a United Nations summit
"One of the most significant dangerous periods ever seen since 9/11"
From Jay Z to J. Lo, with Frank Sinatra in between
Photos from the LIFE collection depict Lower Manhattan in the decades before the Twin Towers became part of the New York City skyline
His futuristic fashion show took place in Central Park
Rivers died after complications during a throat procedure
Can a survey of one dating app’s users be explained by the Big Apple’s kinkyness?
The company released user data to New York City authorities investigating suspected violations of housing and rental laws
‘We Will Not Be Intimidated’ President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday to bring the Islamic militants who executed American journalist Steven Sotloff to justice...
A city employee says he was discriminated against at a public pool and is asking courts to affirm that transgender people are protected under city law in locker...
Two men reportedy punched the 31-year-old and called her racial slurs, a day after a video of her making her own racist remarks surfaced
They're braver than we'll ever be
Self-proclaimed National Socialist cab driver Gabriel Diaz claims he doesn't hate Jews, but demands the right to wear a swastika on his arm