Letitia James, New York's attorney general, has threatened to sue President Trump (right) if he follows through on his pledge to deploy the military to American cities to put down protests.
Baseball has a terrific cast of All Star quality starting pitchers in today's game. The two New York teams boast Gerritt Cole and Jacob deGrom, the best of them all.
A New York peace choir inadvertently rankled Liza Minnelli fans by holding a citywide singalong to the Frank Sinatra version of “New York, New York.“
The museum holds one of the world's major collections of scientific instruments.
Driving vehicles into protesters demanding justice for George Floyd earned the backing of the mayor, but of few othersGeorge Floyd killing – latest US updatesSee all our George Floyd coverageIt doesn’t take long to blow up a reputation. In the case of the New York police department, an institution with an already troubled history, the clip lasted all of 27 seconds.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the need to practice safe social distancing, the Dream Home will not be open for public tours; instead, everyone can take a virtual tour.
NEW YORK (AP) - A nurse from Virginia took a unique path to travel to New York to help out during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rather than risk flying during the crisis, 26-year-old Rachel Hartley and her husband sailed hundreds of miles to Brooklyn last month. Hartley, of Lynchburg,
Democratic mayor wants to borrow big to dig city out of budget mess — just like it did four decades ago. Fiscal watchdogs say it’s the wrong move.
'It's a nice start, but it's nowhere near enough'
New York (AFP) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday took a coronavirus test during his televised briefing and urged any fellow New Yorkers with symptoms or having been exposed to the virus to follow his example.”You don’t have to be New York tough to take that test,” he said during the live broadcast [
Andrew Cuomo says "there is nothing about the test that should intimidate people" into not taking it.