National Grid sent many New York customers an email encouraging them to contact state officials in support of pipeline construction or risk shortages.
Inside the family history that led Morgenthau to turn class traitor and take on white-collar crime.
From YIMBYs to NIMBYs, the Strand's recent historic preservation is a Rorschach test for activists of many stripes. Who's right?
Previously unreleased data shows private equity's stranglehold over New York City housing, and its practice of wide-scale eviction.
The bill outlines clear goals for decarbonization, stipulating a 40 percent reduction from 1990 levels by 2030 and 85 percent by 2050.
Police take away a pop-up art installation depicting a small child curled up underneath a foil survival blanket in a chain-link cage.
Prices for women's products, when compared to equivalent products for male counterparts, cost 7 percent more on average.
Aerobatic pilots Sean D. Tucker and Jessy Panzer of Team Oracle fly down the Hudson River past the Statue of Liberty on May 22nd, 2019.
Nationally, traffic violations constitute the plurality of charges leading to ICE detention.
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, a mariachi band performs on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on May 3rd, 2019, in New York City.
States in the Deep South limit access to the polls. So does New York.
In Sunset Park, Brooklyn, residents are challenging a new development, charging it won't create jobs for those who currently live in the neighborhood.
Public-health experts say the measure is unusual, but necessary.
After the company decided to break off its plans with Queens, the borough will return to the status quo, which might be more daunting than a worst-case Bezos scenario.
A law professor explains New York's probe into Apple's response to the bug and the difference between privacy and security issues under consumer-protection regulations.
ICE officers have expanded their scope to target all undocumented immigrants, regardless of background.
For proof of the newest Supreme Court justice's influence, look to a New York gun rights case.
A secluded, Edenic lake just a mile off the Appalachian Trail was once the site of a fight in which locals tried hard to keep people away from what they believed to be an environmental menace. Were they right to?
But there are still no conversion therapy laws in more than half of the United States.
The judge ruled that, while the administration's move to include a citizenship question was not in itself unconstitutional, it was "unlawful for a multitude of independent reasons."
Polar Bear Club swimmers make their annual icy plunge into the Atlantic Ocean on New Year's Day at Coney Island in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.