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State Government on Alert For July 4 'Lone Wolf' Terrorist Attacks

Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered the Division of Homeland Security to monitor July 4th celebrations Saturday.

Midtown »

Arenas, Ballparks and Hotels to Recycle Organic Waste Under City Proposal

The proposal is part of an effort to reduce city waste to landfills to zero by 2030,

Midtown »

City to Review Contracts With Donald Trump Following Comments on Mexicans

The city says it will review the contracts it has with Trump following comments he made about Mexico. 

Civic Center »

De Blasio's Scathing Criticism of Cuomo Gets Mixed Support

Some local politicans declined to criticize Cuomo while others welcomed the mayor's comments.

Financial District »

Here's Bill de Blasio's Summer Vacation as Seen on Twitter

The hard-to-miss mayor is making a splash in New Mexico.

Throgs Neck »

Cancel Trump’s Golf Course Contract, Bronx Activist Urges City

The real estate mogul and presidential candidate's golf course opened at Ferry Point last month.

Inwood »

Cuomo Worked To Hurt New York City's Agenda in Albany, De Blasio Says

The mayor said he expected some sort of revenge from the governor for his critical remarks.   .

East Village »

Rent-Stabilized Apartments Get Rent Freeze for First Time in City's History

The Rent Guidelines Board froze rents on one-year leases and raised two-year leases by 2 percent.

Upper West Side »

This NYPD Officer Has Handed Out the Most Bicycle Summonses in the City

Officer Joshua Vincek issued 1,249 tickets to cyclists on the Upper West Side in the last three years.

Civic Center »

Where In The World Is Mayor Bill De Blasio? On a Family Vacation

First Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris will handle day to day operations while de Blasio is out of town.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Appoints First Woman to Head Economic Development Corporation

Maria Torres-Springer was serving as the city's commissioner for small business services.

West Village »

Cuomo Plan to End AIDS Epidemic Stymied By State Legislature, Mayor

The legislature took none of the low- or no-cost measures available to push the plan forward.

West Village »

Gay Activists Zero In On Police Encounters As Next Step In Rights Fight

Activist groups are calling on the City Council to pass a bill dictating police actions in stops.

Civic Center »

Council's Police Reform Laws Are 'Unprecedented Intrusions,' Bratton Says

The City Council said it has the right to legislate changes that affect police department policy.

Sunset Park »

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal to Open as Working Port

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal will be reactivated with port facilities again, officials said.