Slim and trim! All you need to know about Steinway Tower, the world’s thinnest skyscraper in New York
The Steinway Tower measures a mere 17.5 metres wide and is 435 metres tall. The uber-luxe skyscraper offers 60 apartments, with a starting cost of $7.75 million
The eight-foot-high statue, located in Manhattan's Union Square, was defaced by some unknown persons on Saturday
It is rare for such storms to strike America's northeastern seaboard and comes as the surface layer of oceans warms due to climate change
Trump Organization CFO surrenders to New York authorities ahead of expected tax investigation charges
The case against Allen Weisselberg — a loyal lieutenant to Trump and his real estate-developer father, Fred — could pressure him into telling all about Trump’s business dealings
A new archive at New York Historical Society will chronicle significant economic, social, political moments post 1990s
Initial contributions to the archive will include documents on the building of the High Line in Manhattan. The archive also will include materials already available at the society, including those on Occupy Wall Street.
The runway featured a mix of supermodels from over the decades and none other than Naomi Campbell closed the show, in a sequined black gown with a black overcoat.
Brian Stokes Mitchell on battling COVID-19, how Broadway can recover from pandemic-induced shut down
While movie theaters have recently reopened to smaller audiences, Broadway’s 41 theaters remain closed and Mitchell fears the true recovery can take years.
What do we do with Woody Allen’s films? Beyond platitudes of separating art from artist, a fresh reckoning is in order
We must bring an end to any conversation that tries to talk of Woody Allen's artistic legacy without examining his history of alleged sexual abuse.
The accusations were made by Lindsey Boylan, who worked for the Cuomo administration from March 2015 to October 2018
The woman brought the lawsuit in Manhattan federal court, seeking unspecified damages for sexual attacks she described from the witness stand at Harvey Weinstein's trial earlier this year.
Haspil was arraigned just after midnight on a charge of second-degree murder of Saleh, whose beheaded and armless body was found Tuesday by a cousin
The court’s decision was a major statement on the scope and limits of presidential power in the US, one that will take its place with landmark rulings
George Floyd protests: Curfew imposed, more police personnel deployed in New York City as protesters loot stores across Manhattan
Yet, a curfew and increased police presence could not stop looters to break into retail stores in Manhattan that have been shuttered for over two months due to the shutdown in place because of COVID19.
Michael Cohen, ex-lawyer and fixer for Donald Trump, set to be released from prison due to coronavirus pandemic
Michael Cohen is currently locked up at FCI Otisville in New York after pleading guilty to numerous charges, including campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress. He will remain under quarantine for 14 days before he is released.
Harvey Weinstein, who made an appearance at a bar in Manhattan, New York, was called by at least three women during the evening. But the women were escorted out of the venue
When a massive blackout plunged much of Manhattan into darkness on 13 June evening, a choir and the casts of Broadway musicals entertained tourists with impromptu performances in the street.
New York authorities scramble to restore electricity in Manhattan as power outage stalls businesses on Saturday evening
Authorities were scrambling to restore electricity to Manhattan following a power outage that knocked out Times Square’s towering electronic screens, darkened marquees in the theatre district and left businesses without electricity, elevators stuck and subway cars stalled.
Much to be told, says Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen as he heads to New York prison to serve 3-year sentence
Donald Trump's one-time personal lawyer Michael Cohen entered federal prison to serve a three-year sentence on Monday for a crime he said was ordered by the US president, suggesting he still has more to tell about his former boss.
Days after Notre Dame blaze, man arrested for carrying gasoline, lighter fluid into St Patrick's Cathedral in New York
A man was arrested Wednesday night after entering St Patrick's Cathedral in New York carrying two cans of gasoline, lighter fluid and butane lighters, police said, just days after a fire badly damaged the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
AMI and its CEO David Pecker have had close links to Trump, who has attacked Bezos.