Restaurateurs and hoteliers plan to weigh in as a state board considers whether to mandate they pay tipped workers the standard minimum wage in New York.
Duchess Kate and New York City's first lady, Chirlane McCray, constructed holiday crafts and wrapped presents with young students at the Northside Center for Child Development.
Police body cameras have become a rallying cry in the wake of racially charged decisions by grand juries in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City, but experts caution that increased use of the devices may raise more questions than answers.
The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and the Queens Midtown Tunnel have been awarded a total of $336 million in federal funding to repair damage from Superstorm Sandy.
Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand say the funding is being provided in a lump sum payment through FEMA's Alternative Procedures program.
About 60 million gallons of water flooded the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel during the October 2012 storm. The Midtown Tunnel was inundated with about 20 million gallons of water.
New Jersey lawmakers probing politically motivated traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge are set to receive a summary of their investigation.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is poised to take another step toward achieving his lofty goal of making the nation's largest city its greenest one.
A new web-based app aims to help at-risk homeowners identify scams that claim to help prevent foreclosure. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman launched the app Tuesday.
A new campaign in New York City aims to put a stop to human trafficking.