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Current Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is a 22-year veteran of the New York City Police Department is now a serious candidate for mayor.
The NYPD is on the hunt for a suspect who hit a man in the back of the head at a CVS on Saturday while making homophobic remarks to the man.
The district attorney of Manhattan in NYC has announced that his office will no longer prosecute any unlicensed
We already knew that New York’s Governors Ball is set to return on September 24-26. It’s a safe-ish fall date that feels hopeful enough for things to be relatively “normal” by then (if most of New York City is vaccinated and COVID-19 variants are kept under control). And now the festival’s return feels even more real.
“This is a major reopening of economic and social activity,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
The Jon Snow actor and his actress wife, both 34, held hands and looked deep in conversation as they stepped out without their two-month-old son.
"Staggering" Damage To New York City Tourism Cost City $1.2 Billion In Tax Receipts In 2020
City and state politicians announced plans Saturday for legislation that would permanently bar all police officers dismissed or forced to resign for disciplinary reasons from landing another law enforcement job anywhere in New York state.
A crowd of Black Lives Matter supporters was recorded heckling diners at a taqueria in New York City, telling them to “get the f--- out” and saying that the “white-owned” establishment wasn’t welcome.