City tourism bureau goes into business with the sneaker and apparel giant — with warnings to treat workers well.
Local pols embrace single-family zoning in Kew Gardens Hills, even as it falls by the wayside amid an affordable housing crunch in NYC and beyond.
The city shells out $17.5 million annually to self-storage companies. But some clients report big problems with the little-regulated industry.
Lenders take the firm behind the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal overhaul to court after alleged default on payments this spring.
The power shutdown for 30K came with scant notice, angering many — including de Blasio and Cuomo. The utility said it averted a bigger crisis.
A spike in cab license revocations for marijuana, cocaine and other substances coincides with crushing financial pressures.
Layleen Polanco, a transgender 27-year-old woman, died in a jail cell just as a month of rainbow-hued events celebrating LGBTQIA progress kicked off.
Layleen Polanco, the 27-year-old who died in solitary last week, was taken to Elmhurst Hospital for eight days just two weeks before her death.
Correction brass vow to protect pregnant women from body scanners after doctors raise concerns. But how will they know who’s pregnant?