The operator of a Bronx day care and a relative are facing drug charges after a 1-year-old boy died and three other children became dangerously ill.
Fewer than half of older adults who need mental health care or treatment for substance abuse get it. Many therapists don't feel qualified to treat older people, and insurance coverage is spotty, too.
An eight-hour concert Friday night was a procession of generations of hip-hop royalty, from the Sugar Hill Gang to current stars like Lil Wayne. Run-DMC gave what was billed as their last performance.
The International Salsa Museum is already making noteworthy moves in New York City. Its founders hope to have a permament space by 2029.
From more air circulation to well stacked pantries, JPMorgan Chase and BNP Paribas are seeking to make the office a draw at a time when work-from-home is becoming commonplace.
The former U.S. Marine, 24, was videotaped putting Neely in a chokehold on the NYC subway on May 1. He surrendered to police ahead of his arraignment on Friday and was released on $100,000 bail.
Viktoria Nasyrova was convicted in February and sentenced this week in New York. Her lawyer says she'll eventually likely get deported back to Russia — where she's wanted for a 2014 murder.
Earlier this week, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing in Manhattan about New York City's crime problem. But experts say there is no problem.
One of the more daunting tasks facing Ukrainian refugees who come to New York is finding a place to live. A Manhattan real estate executive has been helping to find them apartments at reduced rents.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: As Donald Trump appears in court today, his most visible ally is Georgia's Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who will be in New York to protest. Plus, the outcome in Wisconsin's Supreme Court election could forecast what to expect in 2024's presidential election.
Friday on Political Rewind: The New York grand jury indictment of former president Donald Trump shook up legal and political circles across the country. While Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene responded quickly, Gov. Brian Kemp has remained silent on the unprecedented charges.
An attorney representing the actor says that he is "completely innocent" of charges that he assaulted and strangled a woman in New York City and that the woman has already recanted her allegations.
"We are putting out a clear call to all of our shops: Do not allow people to enter the store without taking off their face mask," the mayor said. A flurry of questions ensued.
Flaco, the owl who escaped from the Central Park Zoo, remains free. NPR's Scott Simon marvels at how successfuly Flaco has adapted to the wilds of New York City.
The owl escaped after its enclosure was vandalized nearly two weeks ago. Zoo officials were worried he wouldn't be able to hunt and eat because he's used to captivity, but that's no longer a concern.