The New York State Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that a New York Times reporter has no right to appeal a trial judge’s decision to compel her to testify.
The owner of Red Onion, David Shen, opened the restaurant in 2013 after a chef friend told him he wanted to cook real Taiwanese food.
Erik Bohen, a newly elected assemblyman from Buffalo, found himself seated in an unusual place in the Assembly: neither with the Democrats nor with the Republicans.
A proposal to charge drivers in the busiest parts of Manhattan is designed to unsnarl city streets. Midtown traffic now crawls at an average of 4.7 miles per hour.
Joseph Pfeifer has been a firefighter for 37 years, and was the first chief to respond on 9/11.
BROOKVILLE Caitlin Ehlinger, center, and other cast members of the national tour of “42nd Street,” which will make a stop at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, 720 Northern Boulevard, on May 15 at 2 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $33 to $83. For more information: 516-299-3100; tillescenter.org.
Common Lot, which opened in May, is reminiscent of the Tate Modern in London: an industrial-style box filled with art.
Gail Dubov, kissing Michaelangelo Diaz, told those gathered to mourn Glenn Coleman: “Be more Glenn-ish.”
Behind the sober facade of the attorney general’s office, there was another reality, according to women who say Eric Schneiderman hit them.
The legislature’s apparently focus in their search for a replacement for Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman: gaining political advantage.
New York City police officers gather under the Brooklyn Bridge in Manhattan, where a diapered baby had been discovered floating on his back. The baby was pulled from the East River but was declared dead at the hospital.
A scene from New York’s financial district, where high earners may find things to like in the new tax bill.
Howard Bloom in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Parts of the old Tappan Zee Bridge will be used as artificial reefs off Long Island.
Senator Martin J. Golden, a Republican of Brooklyn, right, is one of a tiny number of car owners who have been ticketed 10 or more times for speeding in a school zone monitored by cameras.
Two months ago, Mayor de Blasio announced that schools chancellor Carmen Fariña would step down, but so far a replacement has not been named.
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