New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says Bronx State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr., has been lining his own pocket and those of his friends with $14 million of taxpayer money.
As a strike deadline looms at midnight tonight, some of the city's top elected officials say doormen may strike and they will support them.
Contract negotiations continue to take place between building owners and the union representing nearly 30,000 doormen. The union, Service Employees International Union Local 32BJ, says it's willing to strike, but meanwhile, it's conducting a public organization campaign, via robocall.
The state budget crunch could result in 8,500 teachers being cut, but two elected officials say those shouldn't necessarily be the newest ones.
Legislators are coming out against a plan to raise water rates by 13 percent.
Today is the deadline for hospitals and other healthcare providers to apply for state grants to transform part of St. Vincent’s Hospital into an urgent care center.
Will speed up disciplinary hearings for teachers accused of misconduct or incompetence.
The report found the government of then-President Pervez Musharraf, as well as state and district governments, didn't take adequate measures to respond to security risks Bhutto faced.
New York's horse carriage industry is getting its first rate increase in 23 years. The city council passed legislation that will increase the rate of a ride from $34 for 30 minutes to $50 for 20 minutes. ...
Attorney General Eric Holder says New York City is still "not off the table" as a place to try alleged 9-11 plotter Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
New York City attorneys say a federal judge inappropriately "inserted himself" in settlement negotiations with more than 10,000 9/11 responders and workers who claim they got sick working at Ground Zero.
Central Park's carriage horses may soon be entitled by law to five weeks' vacation a year, blankets in cold and wet weather, and larger stalls, thanks to humans at the city council.
David Malpass, former advisor to Rudolph Giuliani, hopes to challenge Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
Workers are preparing to demolish two of the four buildings that were severely damaged during Sunday's massive fire in Chinatown.
Derek Jeter homered, Jorge Posada had three hits, Andy Pettitte had a great outing, and Mariano Rivera closed it out. A fitting beginning for the "core four," on a day World Series rings were handed out.
The defending champion Yankees beat the Angels, 7-5, in front of a record crowd ...
The New York Times wins three awards and musical Next to Normal snags drama prize.
New York state Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV will challenge longtime Representative Charles Rangel in this fall's Democratic primary.
Fire marshals are investigating the cause of a seven-alarm fire in Chinatown that injured 33 people.