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.

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.

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.

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.