NYC Will Close Indoor Dining if COVID Hospitalizations Don’t ‘Stabilize,’ Cuomo Warns

Cuomo announced that any region in the state that where hospitalizations continued to rise would be placed under new restrictions.

NYC Orthodox Community Holds Protest Over New COVID Restrictions, Chants ‘Jewish Lives Matter’

The demonstrations, held into early Wednesday morning, grew more chaotic as the night wore on and protesters resisted orders to

NYC Principals Union Votes ‘No Confidence’ in Mayor Bill de Blasio, Chancellor Richard Carranza

The executive board school principals union unanimously voted, calling on the pair to relinquish control of the school system to

Group of Anti-ICE Protesters Arrested at World Trade Center after Reports on Forced Hysterectomies

Eight protesters were arrested as a group of 50 to 60 made their way from Foley Square to World Trade

‘Public Servants Show Up And Serve People’: De Blasio Insists on Reopening NYC Schools Despite Pushback from Teachers Union

The mayor’s remarks came after the city’s largest teachers union threatened to strike if its demands regarding the reopening were

NYPD Department Chief, Officers Injured at George Floyd Protest

Chief of Department Terence Monahan was admitted to a local hospital with “non-life threatening injuries.”

De Blasio: Black Lives Matter Protests Exempt from Large-Event Ban

The mayor has canceled all large events in NYC through September, but will continue to allow protests in the city.

New York State AG’s New Plan Would Strip NYPD Control from Mayor de Blasio: Report

Letitia James has called to end the mayor’s ability to appoint the police commissioner and to oversee the hiring and

N.Y. Judge Extends Initial Detention Period for Looters Due to Civil Unrest

Holding facilities in the city have seen an increase in suspects arrested either for looting or peacefully protesting after an

Police Chief: Arrested Looters in NYC Are Immediately Released Because of Bail-Reform Law

While city police made over 650 arrests on Monday night alone, New York City Police chief Terrence Monahan said that

NYPD Counterterrorism Head Says Organized Groups Planned Looting in Wealthy Neighborhoods

A number of stores, many of them in the upscale Soho neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, were looted on Sunday evening

U.S. Coronavirus Daily Death Toll Reaches Record High

With over 432,000 Americans suffering from the coronavirus, almost 15,000 have died in total as of Thursday morning.

NYC Mayor Shutters All Bars, Restaurants and Closes Nation’s Largest Public-School District

Mayor Bill de Blasio was initially reluctant to shutter schools, but faced mounting pressure from teachers and parents to go

Bloomberg brings the biggest bucks to the Democratic presidential primary

Michael Bloomberg (Roy Rochlin/Getty Images) Michael Bloomberg, one of the richest men in the world, is expected to enter the