Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, aka AOC, spent the opening weeks of the coronavirus outbreak in her luxury Washington, DC, apartment.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts told members of the National Symphony Orchestra it would no longer be paying them.
The New York City health department issued guidelines detailing how residents should and should not engaged in sex amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A man awaiting results from a coronavirus screening boarded a plane and then learned he tested positive during the flight.
Charles Barry boasted thanked Democrats after he was released from jail for the 139th time thanks to a new law that elimated bail for non-violent crimes.
The head of a NYPD union declared “war” on Mayor Bill de Blasio, blaming him for what the mayor has called assignation attempts of cops over the weekend.
The NYPD touted the tireless efforts of its officers to "get guns off the streets," but the "firearm" confiscated appeared to be a prop gun.
Tessa Majors, 18, was stabbed multiple times with a knife on Wednesday evening during a robbery while walking near her school, Barnard College.
A lawyer defending NYC admitted to the Supreme Court the city's gun restrictions had no impact on public safety and gun rights extend beyond the home.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka's administration has sued New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, accusing the fellow Democrat of dumping his city's population.