A lawsuit contends that thousands of low-income New Yorkers are at risk of becoming homeless because they've been blocked from applying to a program designed to deter eviction.
Consolidated Edison Inc.'s largest union has asked the New York State commission that regulates the company to end the lockout of thousands of field workers.
With texting and email primary forms of communication, a store like the Art Brown International Pen Shop in Manhattan can seem like a museum. Thousands of pens and hundreds of inks are available at the Midtown location and owner Marilyn Brown is always there to help.
New York's Legislature has given final approval to Governor Andrew Cuomo's bill limiting the release of teacher evaluations only to parents, not to the public.
New York City and New York State have different rules for raising political campaign money as State Senator Jose M. Serrano found out. Rules at the state level may discourage politicians from getting to know their constituents.
The Corning Museum of Glass is unveiling plans for a $64 million expansion that will include one of the world's largest facilities for glassblowing demonstrations.
A sprawling housing complex in the Bronx has been fined $85,000 for not allowing residents to keep emotional-support dogs.
Everything can be bought on the internet. Some things are legal, some not so much, and those in flux may err on the wrong side of the law. Such is the case with 16 new hallucinogenic designer drugs available for purchase online.