Ahead of next month's launch of a new bike share program, the city’s Department of Transportation is deploying so-called "street safety managers" to restore order back to bike lanes and make sure cyclists — and pedestrians — are obeying traffic signals.
More than 100 fans lined up in Midtown on Friday to catch a glimpse of real-life props that are part of the HBO medieval fantasy series Game of Thrones.
As the Supreme Court heard arguments on gay marriage Tuesday, same-sex couples lined up at the city's marriage bureau in Lower Manhattan to exchange vows. It's something Erika Karp and Sari Kessler are familiar with. They were one of the first same-sex couples to get married the day it became legal in New York.
Education officials said they can remove toxic PCBs from about 85 schools this summer and a handful more next summer, a pace that City Council members said they found unacceptable.
Long Island College Hospital will stay open after a judge on Friday extended a temporary restraining order that blocks the State University of New York from closing the cash-strapped facility.
The nation’s Homeland Security chief says that JFK airport could see major delays at as a result of sequestration.
Analyzing some of Doctor Seuss’s most infamous readings
Some lawyers today hoped to find the deeper meanings.
The reopening of the Statue of Liberty could be further delayed if automatic budget cuts go into effect on Friday.