The city has begun a $4.5 million training program to help all officers recognize and address underlying bias.
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Preservationists want landmark status for the house where Walt Whitman lived when “Leaves of Grass” was published. The designation was denied last year.
Thousands of gamblers turned out to wager $560,000 on sporting events during the first day of sports betting Saturday at the Meadowlands.
Ng Lap Seng, who was sentenced to four years in prison in New York in May, has asked for more time in home detention for medical reasons.
New York has the lowest rate of organ donor registration in the country. Thousands languish on wait lists, and hundreds needlessly die every year.
Aiming for a third term, the governor is trying to persuade New York that when it comes to advancing reproductive rights, he is the man for the job.
Even on his day off, Mr. Lau cannot stay away from the kitchen: He and his nephew devote much of the afternoon to preparing a weekly family meal.
At Uncle Funkys skateboard shop, people of all ages and skill levels are welcome.
Culture Pass, a new initiative from New York City’s public libraries, will offer free admission to prominent cultural institutions around the city.
An angry encounter turns into something else.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Balancing the rights of one shareholder against the co-op collective can be tricky when a big clerical error is made.
Observation is, at once, a glorified lack of activity and an invasion of privacy. But there’s so much to see in New York.
The authorities said the men pleaded guilty to manslaughter and marijuana charges. The house that exploded was being used to grow marijuana, they said.
The day offered tattoo enthusiasts and newbies a chance to get inked for as little as $13 with pre-designed tattoos, many of which incorporated the number 13.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said he was powerless to “stop people from doing criminal things,” saying the problem lay in human nature, not his administration.
Linda Daniels relied on an oxygen machine, and died hours after her power was shut off for overdue bills. Her family is pushing for answers.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo appeared to embrace elements of a state Health Department report that favored legalizing, regulating and taxing marijuana.
Mr. Liu, the former city comptroller, is challenging State Senator Tony Avella in Queens, who has become a target of Democratic progressives.