De Blasio Says No Violations

- April 29, 2016

Mayor Bill de Blasio said April 28 neither he nor his advisers did anything wrong despite Federal and state campaign fundraising probes.

De Blasio Aides Probed Over Finances

- April 28, 2016

Aides to Mayor Bill de Blasio have been subpoenaed by state and Federal prosecutors amid investigations into his campaign fundraising.

Trump Gets N.Y. Homecoming

- April 18, 2016

Expecting to win big in the April 19 New York Primary, home town guy Donald Trump wound up with a big rally on overlooked Staten Island.

Gays March in NY St. Patty’s Parade

- March 17, 2016

The nation’s largest St. Patrick’s Day parade kicked off March 17 in New York City and for the first time includes gay who had protested exclusion.

Gay N.Y. St. Patty’s Day

- March 17, 2016

A year after a limited easing of the parade’s prohibition on gay groups, organizers now have opened the lineup for the New York St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Friendly Fire Wounds N.Y. Cop

- March 9, 2016

A New York City police officer was shot in the left shoulder by his partner March 8 as the two were trying to make a drug arrest.

N.Y. Marks Slain Cops Date

- December 21, 2015

New York City officials, family members and police on Dec. 20 honored the lives of two officers shot to death a year ago in their cruiser.

N.Y. Reaches Out to Homeless

- December 20, 2015

A surge of outreach teams set to be deployed by New York City to deal with its persistent street homelessness problem has a simple goal.

N.Y. Reaches Out to Muslims

- December 4, 2015

In the aftermath of the terror attacks in Paris, New York City officials have bolstered security and stepped up outreach efforts to Muslims.

N.Y. Conducts Anti-Terror Drill

- November 22, 2015

N.Y. responders simulated a subway terror attack on Nov. 22, days before one of the city’s biggest public events: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.