Ron Kim made headlines for publicly criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo. The state assemblyman on pandemic recovery, the economic divide and his legislative priorities for New York.
A new report from the Office of the New York Attorney General found that the broadband industry funded a campaign that submitted 18 million fake comments supporting the 2017 repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules.
This 4-year-old took online shopping to a new level when he used his mother's credit card to buy one of his favorite things: SpongeBob Squarepants popsicles.
A woman claims she would have celebrated her 34th wedding anniversary this year after tying the knot on March 13, 1987.
Tyler Wilcha, from Hudson Valley, New York, posted a clip on TikTok showing how he gets to the "secret drawer"—and what's inside.
A GoFundMe page had more than tripled its fundraising goal by Saturday morning as donors contributed support to the family of Xing Long Lin, a food deliveryman who was struck and killed by a car in New York City on Wednesday night.
Finding a new apartment can be tough but these real estate professionals have made it more fun by bringing their tips and tricks to TikTok.
Bill de Blasio's latest announcement follows one by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announcing bar seating in New York City will resume on May 3.
On Wednesday, the former New York City mayor's home was raided by the same U.S. attorney's office that he once led in the 1980s.
"I did hear a thump, so I knew I hit something, but I didn't see what it was," Beauvais said about fatally hitting Tsakos on the Long Island Expressway.
Jessica Beauvais signed off her Facebook livestream by telling listeners: "F*** the police."
"But at the end of the day it's an oven and I'm lucky to have it. I can't complain," he said.
The Detectives' Endowment Association denied the footage they posted on Twitter is fake and say a suspect has been arrested for assault.
Shocking footage of a police officer getting hit by a man with a stick in broad daylight has sent online viewers into a frenzy.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said the incident could only be described as a "senseless and completely avoidable chain of events."
The freshmen Democratic congressman said keeping Washington, D.C.'s 700,000 residents without full representation is "unconscionable."
The former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein appeared in court for the first time in person since she was arrested last July.
Representative Jamaal Bowman, a New York Democrat and member of the Squad, on his first three months in office and why he doesn't mind being called a socialist.
The refusal comes after Cuomo's office came under fire in recent months over accusations that they under-reported the total amount of coronavirus nursing home deaths that occurred last year.
Police arrested six protesters, saying, "We respect everyone's right to peacefully protest, but vandalism is not part of peaceful protest."
Under a proposal to raise federal rates reportedly being considered by President Joe Biden, the wealthiest residents of California would pay a combined top capital gains tax rate of 56.7, while the richest New Yorkers would pay 52.22 percent.
A class of fourth graders in upstate New York were given a worksheet that was not approved by the local school district.
The announcement comes shortly after police identified Wilson as a "person of interest" in the shooting. According to WCBS-TV in New York, Wilson is believed to be an employee at the Stop & Shop where the shooting occurred.
Police said multiple shots were fired at the Long Island grocery store Tuesday morning.
The Siena College Research Institute found that 44 percent of registered voters in the Empire State think their governor has committed sexual harassment, while 22 percent think he hasn't.
"Without these H-2A workers, these apples would not get picked," Jason Minard of Minard's Family Farm said.
Cuomo's donors must do the right thing and publicly pledge that they will no longer support this abusive, corrupt, and morally bankrupt governor.
NYC boasts some of the planet's most premium real estate, with a price tag to match.
"What the hell do we need robot police dogs? This is some RoboCop s***, this is crazy. Robot police dogs walking down the street," Bowman said and asked again "We need robot police dogs? That's what we need."
Iris Rogers was on a straightforward quest: to find her family's original land deed. But a series of clues and secrets led her to something much bigger.