Here's how the location manager recreated '70s-era NYC in the new Scorsese drama debuting on HBO Sunday.
More than 16 percent of Manhattan rental transactions saw landlords offering concessions, a report said.
The mayor's office said it's tackling the homelessness crisis with more resources and better management.
Sharpton said he liked what he heard from the Democratic presidential candidate.
The law would require foods made with genetically engineered crops to be labeled.
Twelve sword dancing groups are performing as part of the 31st Annual Sword Dancing Festival in NYC.
The Department of Education has quietly circulated a letter clarifying its policy.
Muggers shot a 16-year-old in the knee and stole his coat, police said.
City Council members voted themselves a 32 percent raise last week, bringing the salary up to $148,500.
The councilwoman doesn't keep track of how much of her money she spends on constituents, her staff said.
The City Council is pushing for deeper affordability in the mayor's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing plan.
The city's housing lottery will start accepting applications on Thursday February 11.
The woman filed a police report accusing the home health aid of the crime.
With new vacation days like Lunar New Year, parents and educators have had to plan better, experts say.
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