The mayor announced Thursday that businesses using e-bikes will face fines beginning next year.
Skeletons, spider webs and sinister-looking crows are taking over the city's stoops and fences.
A tenant advocacy group says NYC landlords are trying to intimidate renters in about 3,000 buildings.
The city wants Amazon to set up shop in Midtown West, LIC, Brooklyn Tech Triangle or Lower Manhattan.
They asked for a Boston man's phone and then distracted him by also asking for his wallet, police said.
The plans include 194 units of affordable housing and 110 transitional shelter beds at W. 108th St.
Activists say the NYPD's gang database targets people of color and keeps people in jail with high bail.
The suspect regularly shoplifts from the chain's outpost on Eighth Avenue, a supervisor said.
Officers may have worsened the situation with Miguel Richards by shouting commands, the advocate said.
Administrators will meet nearly 20 students about protesting Tommy Robinson's talk, an organizer said.
Lorraine Hansberry lived at 112 Waverly Place in the 1960s.
NYC schools with structured recess are reporting less aggressive behaviors, studies found.
The thief met the victim at the Whiskey Trader's Lounge in Midtown, police said.
The attack happened in broad daylight Tuesday afternoon, police said.
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