Yoko Ono sued: Yoko Ono was sued by a New York City fashion designer, who claims that the 80-year-old peace activist and artist stole from her.
A new mandate will ultimately force New York City’s Department of Education and the local teacher’s union—two sides increasingly in dispute with each other—to agree on a [...]
New York is cutting funding for cancer screenings for the uninsured in a state budget that increases aid to the Buffalo Bills and Hollywood.
Confusion over what’s required to enter one of the world’s great museums, which draws more than 6 million visitors a year, is at the heart of a class-action lawsuit this month [...]
NEW YORK—Few sights capture Manhattan’s beauty like the grand, old apartment buildings that ring Central Park. But for decades, many of these mansions for the rich and famous have also been a literal source of urban grit. Like other pre-war [...]
New York City mayoral candidate George McDonald says he now plans to raise money within the Campaign Finance Board’s campaign limits
The recent yogurt boom in upstate New York has meant more jobs and more economic activity. But it has not led to many more dairy cows in the state, even as Greek yogurt leader [...]
The Senate is meeting in a rare Sunday session.
The Ellis Island Immigration Museum, which sustained severe damage to its infrastructure from the surging waters of Superstorm Sandy, is not expected to re-open to the public [...]
Toenails measure toxic exposure: NYU scientists want residents’ toenails to measure exposure for elevated levels of hexavalent chromium, a known toxic substance.