The 31,000 people arraigned for felonies in New York each year have very different experiences in court than the former president.
While pro- and anti-Trump protesters screamed past each other, there were few signs of actual violence — so far.
Ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik is not the only client who sued the outspoken attorney, alleging he put his interests above theirs.
While there are no specific or credible threats, according to the police commissioner, the city is preparing for the worst — and so are some vendors who work outside of the courthouse.
De Blasio Was Admonished by Ethics Board for Using City Staff and Phone for Politicking. His Underlings Weren’t So Lucky.
Letters obtained by THE CITY show that the former mayor violated the city’s ban on using government resources for political purposes, including attacking Donald Trump.
The Society for the Advancement of Judaism had rented to the Upper West Side Republican Club before the pandemic, but after Jan. 6 they weren’t interested in letting the group return for an event with Dick Morris.
Following a damning Justice Department complaint documenting years of lead paint and other coverups, improvements remain far off track, a report NYCHA refused to release shows.
Former Mayor Bill de Blasio terminated a Trump company’s contract to run Ferry Point Park golf course last year citing the ex-president’s role in stirring up the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
Mayor de Blasio wants to end the ex-president’s operation of the public course, invoking his role in inciting the U.S. Capitol attack. Trump’s lawyers say the links in the shadow of the Whitestone Bridge have pulled in a record $8 million so far this year.
The White House is expected Tuesday to boost Temporary Protected Status for Haitians in the U.S. amid upheaval sparked by the assassination of the country’s president. One Brooklyn man called the Biden move “a gift from God.”
Reps. Ritchie Torres, Grace Meng and Nydia Velazquez detail being thrust into the frightening chaos on a day when the final stamp on Joe Biden’s election got stampeded by rioters acting in the name of Donald Trump, a son of Queens.
THE CITY’s Open Newsroom team breaks down some of the latest info about jobs in NYC. Sign up for our newsletter for the latest updates.
If the Board of Elections has not yet confirmed it received your valid ballot, you may want to vote in person — if you can. Don’t worry: It’s legal. Your absentee ballot will be removed and not counted.
The proposal would let lenders skirt New York’s 25% rate limit as the pandemic-driven economic crisis leaves many desperate for cash — and susceptible to “deceptively marketed loans,” critics say.
Lifelong Democrat Claudia Perez said she felt “betrayed” — both by the club and by a close friend who invited her to take part in the taping.
The 26th Precinct Twitter account’s social media faves were removed after an inquiry by THE CITY. All police brass would say is the questionable clicks were “addressed internally.”
Trump efforts to end Temporary Protected Status for some countries leave 15,000 city residents looking for a Plan B to stay in the U.S. legally.
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