Demand for Obamacare’s taxpayer-subsidized policies could soar in the weeks ahead, even as the Trump administration seeks the popular program’s repeal.
The NYPD on Thursday named Juanita Holmes the department’s chief of patrol, making her the highest ranking woman in city police history.
Demonstrators brutalized by the NYPD in the wake of George Floyd’s killing are suing the police and Mayor Bill de Blasio, alleging violation of the First and Fourth Amendments, a new lawsuit says.
An apartment fire inside a Bronx NYCHA complex left a 5-year-old boy dead and his 38-year-old mother critically injured Monday, authorities said.
Sewage from the pipe system in Westchester County is polluting the Hutchinson River, Bronx River, and Eastchester Bay in the Bronx, killing large numbers of fish.
A 33-year-old man was injured when a section of sidewalk collapsed beneath him Saturday, authorities said.
An unidentified stabber put a knife in Kevin Smith’s back outside Bedford Pizza on Bedford Park Boulevard Friday, according to the NYPD.
Amid a surge in shootings in the borough, DA Darcel Clark’s Office is partnering with the Yankees to trade Apple tablets for street guns.
A pilot study by researchers at New York University found roughly 24 percent of frontline transit workers in New York City contracted coronavirus—and likely got the disease at work.
Wendolin Ortiz, 19, suffered terminal injuries, while two other victims, men aged 28 and 30, are expected to recover.