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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Workers at Gay Hotel Barred From Wearing Makeup Except at Brunch: Report

Workers at the OUT Hotel are suing for stolen wages and discrimination.

Midtown East »

Co-op Board Asked to Interview Homebuyer's Child, Mom Says

Joyce Kacin said Woodstock Tower's board asked her to bring her young son to her interview.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Signs Law Banning Use of Credit Checks in Hiring Decisions

Brooklyn Councilman Brad Lander called the legislation the "toughest" protections in the country.

Chelsea »

Cabbie Ordered to Pay Lesbian Couple $10K for Telling Them to Stop Kissing

Taxi driver Mohammed Dahbi told the couple to stop kissing or get out of his cab, a decision says.

Civic Center »

NY Pols Ban Official Travel to Indiana Over Religious Freedom Law

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo banned travel for government officials.

Lower East Side »

Doughnut Plant Demoted Employee Because She Was Pregnant, Lawsuit Says

Mekhala Sofsky claims the bakery discriminated against her when she was pregnant with her daughter.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Landlord Refuses to Move Man With PTSD and AIDS to Quieter Studio: Lawsuit

The state's Division of Human Rights sued on behalf of Phil Harris.

Bed-Stuy »

'No Hoodies Allowed' Signs Appear in Bed-Stuy Businesses

The neighborhood is the latest in the city where businesses have posted the controversial signs.

Fort Greene »

'No Hoodies Allowed' Signs Pop Up on Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene

Business owners say the signs prevent burglaries and shoplifting but others say they are discriminatory.

Central Harlem »

No Hoodies Allowed in Harlem Businesses, Signs Warn

The sign says "Do not enter with hoodie or mask. If so you are now trespassing."

Civic Center »

City Agrees to Pay $98M to Settle FDNY Bias Lawsuit

A group of black firefighters and the Justice Department accused the FDNY of discriminatory hiring.

Sunnyside »

Mayor de Blasio Marches in LGBT-Friendly St. Pat's for All Parade

The mayor marched in the Sunnyside event, but plans to skip the Manhattan parade later this month.

Midtown »

Ad Firm Worker With NRA Card Accused of Sending Threatening Package to CEO

Brooklyn resident Joy Noel is suing Interpublic Group, saying it falsely blamed her for the package.

New York City »

Security Firm Sues 2 Ex-Top NYPD Officials With Close Ties to Ray Kelly

Two former top NYPD officials tarnished the reputation of a private security firm, a new lawsuit charges.

Bushwick »

Costume Shop 'Too Sexual' for Hasidic Landlord Denied Lease, Owner Says

The owner of Klawtex said she was denied a lease in the Loom collective for selling suggestive items.