"Little black kids walk in and you don't have candy for them, but you have candy for the white kids. This is unacceptable, here or anywhere."
Truck terror attack suspect Sayfullo Saipov didn't waste any time after casually renting a flatbed pickup truck from The Home Depot, police said.
"I would certainly consider that. Send him to Gitmo. I would certainly consider it," President Donald Trump said.
World leaders voice support for Manhattan on Twitter shortly after the terrorist attack
This year's parade lineup includes hundreds of puppets, 53 marching bands, dancers, artists, and, of course, tens of thousands of New Yorkers dressed in their Halloween garb.
New York is ranked the U.S. city most vulnerable to future storm surges and sea level rises, with 426,000 people imperiled through 2050.
Four former teachers of a private school in Manhattan engaged in sexual misconduct with former students
The "knockout game" is when someone walks up to a person, sucker punches them without reason, and then walks away from the victim.
He had a gun when he tried to steal a plane. Then he served 15 years in a mental institution. Now he wants to be America's mayor.
The victim, who was returning from school, had just stepped off of a public bus.
Flanked by a uniformed general, Kim Jong Un's impersonator called out the U.S. president outside his Manhattan headquarters.
The state is?cracking down on e-cigarettes with a new law that treats them like regular cigarettes and?prohibits?their use in some places.
When he was arrested, a handwritten journal was found that contained positive references to bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, a former senior leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,
A New York City man allegedly threatened a "Las Vegas repeat," and the FBI is investigating a social media post that expressed admiration for shooter Stephen Paddock.
New York City's new pilot initiative allows families to search for housing outside of the five boroughs.
New York City's favorite local news anchor talks about his 20-year career milestone and everything NYC.
One East Villager wants to end bottomless brunch for good.
An NYPD spokeswoman reported graffiti with spray paint.