Salvatore Gravano was a crime underboss-turned-informant whose testimony brought down mob chiefs including John Gotti, the Teflon Don.
An elite counter-terrorism unit will join police officers for the "Super Bowl of security."
Up to 70,000 responders worked at Ground Zero in dangerous conditions after the attacks.
It will tax the city's wealthiest 1 percent.
The monument will honor the LGBT community, victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting and 'all victims of hate, intolerance and violence.'
Another pro-Trump activist shouted “You are all Nazis!” during the play, in which the Trump-like main character is assassinated.
American Ballet Theater dancer Gray Davis leapt to the rescue.
New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles all have neighborhood income inequality at least 20 percent larger than Washington’s.
The woman was allegedly shot in the head by her boyfriend in a domestic dispute that took place in Queens, New York, on Mother's Day morning.
Moving from Israel, where a wave of feminism brought her “Family Day,” a mother wishes that America would celebrate all kinds of families equally.
Outstanding performances give life to the strikingly sparse re-staging of Tony Kushner's epic two-parter.
Sheila Abdus-Salam served on New York’s highest appeals court since 2013.
The annual Equal Pay Day is held to highlight the ongoing gender pay gap.
The horseshoe building would surpass the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest-building, in length.
Roughly 50 million people on the Eastern Seaboard are subject to storm or blizzard watches through Tuesday.
Cuomo, a Democrat who is considered a potential candidate for his party's 2020 presidential nomination, proposed an amendment to the New York Constitution that he said would preserve the status quo regardless of future Supreme Court rulings.
A taxi driver told an informant that ISIS wants an "operation" at the landmark.
The mayor met the president-elect Wednesday at Trump Tower.
NBC’s Lester Holt, the moderator, chose three topics for the first debate: America’s direction, achieving prosperity and securing the U.S.
Trump said Rahami would probably also be represented by an "outstanding" lawyer.
Rahami, a 28-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in Afghanistan, had a few other brushes with the law on his own, records show.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28 and from New Jersey, reportedly shot a police officer first.