The NYPD officer made a bargain with a crying boy on a packed flight that she would buy him a toy truck if he stopped, and she stuck to her word.
The state issued an order requiring health-care workers to receive at least the first dose of a COVID vaccine by September 27.
The teachers' attorneys called the vaccine mandate "unconstitutional" and said that the "Government has gone too far."
"I am focusing on my work, putting my head down and serving all of you as the attorney general," James said when asked whether she would run.
The lead has launched two investigations within the department and from Mayor Bill de Blasio's office.
Frugal New Yorkers forked out just $3 to transport the couch in a move Ross and Chandler would be proud of.
"Let's not lose sight of what's important," New York Attorney General Letitia James said. "It's not me, it's not Mr. Cuomo but the survivors of his harassment."
Meghan Markle's recent trip to New York reminded one non-profit of Princess Diana's visit 32 years earlier—her first solo overseas tour without Prince Charles.
Petito's dad said if other cases don't receive the same attention and effort as his daughter's, "that's a shame because it's not only Gabby that deserves that."
R&B singer R. Kelly was on Monday found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking in New York.
A New York jury convicted the R&B singer of racketeering charges on Monday, but he still faces additional charges in Illinois and Minnesota.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul urged medical workers who had not yet received the vaccine to "do the right thing" as New York's vaccine deadline is Sept. 27.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said reports from the National Weather Service during Hurricane Ida were often "too vague or too late and we need something more urgent."
Posing as "Dave from Basketball Digest," Letterman asked Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant why he was called "KD" and several other joking questions.
New York nursing home staff who have obtained the COVID vaccine also increased to 89 percent as of Sunday.
Amir Khan said: "I just feel like I was treated really badly, it was a week after 9/11 and I do feel like things were a little bit tense."
Roughly 16 percent of New York hospital workers, or about 70,000 people, remain unvaccinated ahead of the state's Monday deadline.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's visit to New York to promote vaccine equity had all the hallmarks of an official royal tour with an extra twist.
In one segment a man wears a "Trump Won" T-shirt while a crowd sits at tables shouting "F*** Joe Biden!"
New York Mayor Bill De Blasio and the Department of Education (DOE) have announced that any New York public school staff that hasn't received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be removed from payroll.
Court-appointed federal monitor Steve J. Martin blasted New York City officials for presenting "not one" concrete solution to ongoing security concerns.
Ocasio-Cortez was seen crying on the House floor after changing her vote on funding Israel's Iron Dome from "no" to "present."
Complaints of skyscraper elevators getting stuck and longtime controversy surrounding its Central Park location culminated in a $250 million lawsuit.
On Friday, Letitia James directed the letter, launching the investigation, to Judge Laura Taylor Swain of the Southern District of New York.
Thousands of health care workers have not received their vaccine ahead of the Monday deadline, threatening major disruptions in hospitals.
The CNN anchor's former producer claims he touched her inappropriately in 2005. While Cuomo acknowledged an incident occurred, he denied it had a sexual nature.
On Thursday, James released a press statement detailing the lawsuit victory and what it means for New Yorkers and their families.
New legislation will provide better working conditions and better pay for those working in app-based food delivery.
"While Barney will be missed, we hope he enjoys his new home in New Jersey," Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said.
Zucker will "stay on board" until Governor Kathy Hochul selects a replacement.