A plastic-bag manufacturer and an association of New York City bodega owners sued the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.
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It has taken three years and more than $350 million for NYU Langone Health to break even with its satellite hospital in Sunset Park, Brooklyn
New York’s subway, bus and commuter rail fares shouldn’t automatically increase every two years, an influential member of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s board said.
An NYPD detective who interrogated a 13-year-old charged in the murder of a Barnard College student testified that he misled the teen to get information.
Police said a yellow school bus hit and killed a 10-year-old girl in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning as she tried to cross the street.
Canadian retail tycoon Peter Nygard stepped down as chairman of his company after authorities raided the firm’s Manhattan offices as part of an investigation into sex-trafficking allegations against him.
Sarah Feinberg, a former Obama administration rail-safety official, has been named interim head of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s subway and bus systems, succeeding the popular Andy Byford.
The conviction of Harvey Weinstein has provided a boost for District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., whose three terms have been marred by criticism that he failed to prosecute sex crimes and deferred to the rich and powerful.
A federal judge sentenced Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs to five months in prison Tuesday for agreeing to pay $300,000 to give two daughters an illegal edge in college admissions.
Selling jewelry on a Midtown block featured in the Adam Sandler movie ‘Uncut Gems’ wasn’t as treacherous as portrayed in the film, but an undercurrent stirred mixed with some genuine good will and advice.
New York City’s Department of Investigation needs four years to clear up a backlog of background checks on thousands of city employees, the commissioner said, saying the agency has limited resources.