Officers arrested men they perceived as gay or gender non-conforming, a federal lawsuit claims.
The facility is among the first of 90 shelters the mayor wants to open citywide.
Paul Nungesser sued the school twice for its handling of Emma Sulkowicz's public protests about rape.
James Harris Jackson is facing hate crime and terror charges after traveling to NYC to kill black men.
A woman who listed her Trump Tower apartment on Airbnb broke the law, according to the city.
Police Officer Richard Haste was found guilty of all charges Friday in his departmental trial.
A petition by residents for a temporary delay was granted by a judge Friday afternoon.
A Manhattan federal judge ruled the Army Corps of Engineers improperly issued a permit for the project.
The number of people in city jail facilities dropped from 11,478 at the end of 2013 to 9,362 in 2017.
De Blasio's team tried to claim his agents were not subject to Freedom of Information requests.
Phillip Martin admitted to murdering Diana Rodriguez-Martin after relatives reported her missing.
James Jackson killed Timothy Caughman in a likely "act of terrorism" against black men, officials said.
Israel Torres told immigrants he could help obtain green cards and citizenship, prosecutors said.
The owners were charged Wednesday after investigators raided the spa in 2015.
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