Early on Wednesday, an apartment in the Bronx caught fire, leaving one woman dead and at least 11 others injured.
New York City’s iconic Empire State Building has turned 90. Mayor Bill de Blasio took part in a ceremonial lighting of the iconic landmark Saturday.
Suspense is building as Americans wait and see who will be running for office on the local, state, and federal level. One of those highly-anticipated races is that of New York’s governorship, with GOP Congressman Lee Zeldin throwing his hat in the ring.
One America’s Stephanie Myers speaks with Rep. Zeldin about his gubernatorial run New York.
An extradition request for disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein was delayed in a New York Court. During a hearing on Friday, a judge granted Weinstein 30 days to fight his extradition to Los Angeles.
New York City mayoral candidate Scott Stringer was accused of sexual harassment by a former intern. In a news conference Wednesday, former employee Jean Kim said Stringer kissed and groped her without her consent while she was working on his campaign in 2001.
The battle over how districts are drawn up has commenced after the U.S. Census Bureau released their first batch of data detailing U.S. demographics. State legislators and independent commissions are now champing-at-the-bit to hash out how to redraw congressional districts.
According to the former United Nations ambassador of Israel, the current administration’s soft position on Iran will have consequences. One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more from New York.
A New York man faced charges after a match on a dating app exposed his involvement in the January 6 Capitol breach.
A New York judge sentenced a Bangladeshi immigrant to life in prison plus 30 years for setting off a pipe bomb in New York’s busiest subway station.