Coronavirus in New York City: With 5% of world's confirmed cases, region becomes epicentre of pandemic
New York City had an eerie feel all weekend long — bright and sunny, but with commercial streets largely deserted now that restaurants and most stores have been closed to curb the coronavirus.
Amazon did not see consistently “positive, collaborative” relationships with state and local officials.
New York City sues five largest oil companies, including Chevron, Exxon Mobil, for contributing to climate change
New York City on Wednesday announced that it has filed a lawsuit against the five largest oil companies for contributing to global warming.
The statue of the "Fearless Girl" that defies the fearsome Wall Street bull will remain in place for another year, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.
Of the 29 people wounded in the incident in New York, 24 have been taken to hospitals with various degrees of scrapes and abrasions from glass and metal, said Fire Department commissioner Daniel Nigro.
New York police said Wednesday they were aware of a new Islamic State video targeting the city but stressed there was "no current or specific threat."
Utlising its resources to the maximum, Uber offered its carpooling service to New York customers attending a rally in favour of the company.