More than a year has passed since Nikole Hannah-Jones, a New York Times reporter of moderate notoriety, was published in the paper that employs her, a Washington Free Beacon analysis has determined.
An English country cottage in Haworth, a two-bedroom co-op in Harlem and a stone mansion in Wilmington.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman wants climate upgrades for the nation’s schools included in any Democratic spending package.
The June Survey of Consumer Expectations showed that median inflation expectations over the next 12 months jumped to 4.8%.
Ronaldo took to social media on Wednesday to reveal the Pestana CR7 hotel in midtown Manhattan, his first outside of Europe. He previously opened up hotels in Portugal and Spain.
The pursuit of self-driving cars drives Intel's Mobileye to New York City.
Not only is the nation’s largest city poised to elect its second African-American mayor and its first African-American district attorney, New York City’s new Black power surge has already made inroads in state government and may soon shake up the halls of Congress.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,D-N.Y., took to Twitter Thursday to post a video of a New Yorker wading through waist-high water at a city subway station and warned of things to come without the passage of the Green New Deal.
A new biometrics privacy ordinance has taken effect across New York City, putting new limits on what businesses can do with the biometric data they collect on their customers. From Friday, businesses that collect biometric information — most commonly in the form of facial recognition and fingerprints — are required to conspicuously post notices and [
New York City health workers will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Weekly jobless claims totaled 360,000 last week, matching Wall Street estimates.