Companies in New York City face another setback as they push workers to come back to work: Employees are saying they don't feel safe in the city anymore.
The highly infectious viral disease can lead to permanent paralysis of the arms and legs and even death in some cases. Health officials are urging people to get vaccinated if they haven't been.
Each county's plan must include input from law enforcement, mental health and school professionals.
The men, whose confessions conflicted with evidence at the scene, were cleared in the 1995 killing of a clerk who was set on fire in a New York subway toll booth.
The city's emergency management department released the video Monday without much context. Many residents expressed confusion over the timing and wondered if they were missing some other information.
NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell was unable to confirm if the shooting was a domestic violence incident.
New York's mayor testified at a House committee hearing on gun control this week, urging federal lawmakers to act. He spoke to Morning Edition about the steps his city is taking.
Officials gathered in Times Square for the removal of what they called New York City's last public pay phone, which is headed to a local museum. But a number of other pay phones are still standing.
Homeless advocates say the NYC mayor's approach fails to consider the needs of at-risk populations.
"Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure" opened recently in New York City. It features 200 never-before-seen and rare paintings, drawings and artifacts from Basquiat, who died in 1988 at age 27.
It's the annual high-stakes fashion soiree is a major money-maker for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute and an opportunity for mega-wattage stars and influencers to turn out in style.
Anyone 13 and older can access some of the commonly banned books through the library's app. The Brooklyn Public Library has also launched a similar initiative.
An erratic work history, arrests for low-level crimes, stored ammo and hours of rambling, bigoted, profanity-laced videos posted online so far aren't providing answers to the shootings.