NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a press conference Wednesday that "urgent action" is needed to address the uptick in cases affecting "multiple neighborhoods simultaneously."
Lorena Delaguna, 53, could face 7 years in prison for hate crimes after allegedly throwing a glass bottle at a Black woman jogging by on a city sidewalk, while yelling the n-word and telling her to "go back to Africa."
The Fearless Girl statue debuted a new look outside New York's Stock Exchange with a white lace collar in homage to Ginsburg's signature fashion piece.
The derailment occurred after a train collided with debris on the trackbed as it pulled into the station, causing a wheel to slip free.
"Get out of here! Go back to Africa, [n-word]," the woman yelled. Unbeknownst to her and the jogger, someone recorded the incident on video.
"I felt like somebody had just sexually attacked us," Devon Morales, the mother of one of the students in the class, told WLNY News in New York.
Officials with the New York City Department of Education, which manages the City School District, said that 42 percent of students are enrolled in all-remote learning ahead of the start of the school year.
"It's the people who think identity who are the racists in our society," Giuliani said when claiming that first responders would die for anyone despite race, religion or gender.
As protests in nearby Rochester continue, a video of a blogger jokingly complaining about protests in New York City has gone viral.
In its preliminary report, the NYPD listed 22 shooting incidents, 28 victims and five homicides. Chicago police reported 51 people shot and 10 fatalities.
Bodega owners are worried their lives are in danger as they attempt to enforce Governor Andrew Cuomo's mask order.
They were confronted by fellow ferry passengers and NYPD officers Saturday night after refusing the captain's orders to either wear a mask or find another way home.
A car that struck protesters on Thursday night was filled with counter-protesters who "missed the turn" when being escorted by police, an NYPD spokesperson told Gothamist.
"Pizza Rat was Disneyland New York, this is the real s***," one user joked on Twitter.
In his latest rebuke of Donald Trump, Gov. Cuomo said "from the point of view of New York City, this has been the worst president in history."
Trump said his administration would do "everything in its power to prevent weak mayors and lawless cities from taking Federal dollars while they let anarchists harm people, burn buildings, and ruin lives and businesses."
The Cliffton, a bar in Patchogue, posted a Super Bowl-esque betting box on its Instagram account last week. In it, patrons could purchase four boxes, each with a number predicting the city's shooting-death totals over Labor Day weekend.
After closing their doors for almost six months, some of the world's most famous museums will be opening their doors for visitors, but not without guidelines.
Of the 45 people who were shot over the weekend, eight were killed.
Dozens of shootings unfolded across the city over the weekend.
"We're being specifically targeted with this technology because of what we're protesting," Derrick Ingram said.
New York City Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said Friday that New York officers were "the most compassionate people on the face of the earth."
Researchers looked at the excess deaths during both outbreaks.
Burning attacks can leave victims with lifelong scarring, nerve damage and psychological trauma after a prolonged hospitalization.
With no plans to cancel in sight, NYCC still plans to go ahead through the looming pandemic.
"Every region is well below our COVID infection limit, therefore all school districts are authorized to open," Governor Andrew Cuomo wrote on Twitter.
Residents of the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Harlem woke up to darkness this morning, as a power outage affected the Upper Manhattan neighborhoods.