The family of Kimani Gray, who was killed by the police a year ago, is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the NYPD.
Is he a great artist, or just a great social activist?
Gov. Chris Christie said he'd remake the courts — and he has been. Will he continue that streak in June?
Most New Yorkers think museums in the city are expensive, but they offer a lot for the money.
The mayor says by summer's end, the city will start reconstruction on hundreds of homes that were destroyed during Sandy.
A new electric carriage that would replace the horse-drawn one carries eight passengers and has a top speed of 30 mph.
The Brooklyn Nets, despite numerous injuries and a rookie coach, are heading to the playoffs.
A religious educator in an Upper East Side parish is hopeful for a Catholic Church that is once again sympathetic, merciful and compassionate.
A new bill would let victims sue Google.
Basil Paterson, a longtime New York political powerhouse and the father of former Gov. David Paterson, has died, his family said Thursday. He was 87.
The Democrat served as a state senator, deputy New York City mayor, and New York's first black secretary of state. He was part of the ...
Waiting for the outbreak to clear, some parents are getting mixed signals about risk of exposure and what to do about it.
Gov. Cuomo announced funding for affordable housing but WNYC has learned it largely comes from dwindling sources.
Tribeca Film Festival chooses a local filmmaker who makes a monster out of a molehill.
Criticism over an archbishop's lavish retirement home is making waves in the Catholic community.
Bloomberg pledges big bucks to a group aimed at curbing gun violence.
Owners and animal-rights advocates are debating different ways to replace Central Park's horse-drawn carriages with tourist-friendly vehicles.
Today there are 13,000 homeless families living in the shelter system — will subsidies help?
New York City has a record number of jobs. But well-paying jobs on Wall Street are disappearing.
A unit within the New York City Police Department created in the wake of 9/11 to gather information on Muslims has disbanded.
Even though the documents read like a defense of Gov. Chris Christie, the newly-released interviews include some revealing quotes.