The old system will be fully phased out by 2023.
The 27-year-old had also stabbed himself in the stomach before police arrived, they said.
A lawsuit accuses the landlord of destabilizing units while receiving tax breaks from the city.
The mayor announced Thursday that businesses using e-bikes will face fines beginning next year.
Hollaback! and Safe Horizon are among the groups addressing harassment issues in the city.
Attend the Garment District Arts Festival, catch a live jazz performance or celebrate "Day of the Dead."
NYC schools with structured recess are reporting less aggressive behaviors, studies found.
The vehicle caught fire in the southbound lane on the FDR Driver near East 116th Street.
When they first opened, rain meant that the whole place had to close down.
Broadway Junction, Livonia Avenue, Sutter Avenue and Junius Street had the highest arrest rates.
A volunteer group has been working to step up foot traffic in the park in hopes of reducing public sex.
The city wants to use Richard Thaler behavioral science to bring shootings down.
The UFT says the new rules water down teacher quality at charters.
The delays cost workers more than $300 million annually in lost time, the report showed.
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