NYC earmarks millions to help immigrants with Trump's 'heartless hurdles'
City Council members say President Trump is trying to hurt immigrants. So they have stepped in with funding to help immigrants with the challenges they face.
Corey Johnson drops out of NYC mayoral race
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson ended his bid for Mayor on Thursday.
Corey Johnson drops out of NYC mayoral campaign
The Speaker of the New York City Council, Corey Johnson, ended his campaign for Mayor of New York City on Wednesday.
NYC public schools delay start of in-person classes to Sept. 21
In-person classes will be delayed throughout the New York City public school system by 11 days to allow extra time for teachers to prepare, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio Tuesday.
New York faces challenges amid movement to defund NYPD
Council Member Robert Cornegy Jr., who represents parts of Brooklyn, said reforming the police is a complicated balancing act.
NYPD budget cut of $1 billion expected to pass
The spending plan acknowledges protesters' demands to cut police spending but falls short of what activists sought.
NYC keeps schools open, defying coronavirus trend
COVID-19 has already turned the lights out on Broadway and shuttered big New York gathering spots from art museums to Carnegie Hall, but the mayor said shuttering schools could hamper the city's ability to respond to the crisis.
Replace Brooklyn–Queens Expressway with a tunnel, report suggests
What if we could build a tunnel under part of Brooklyn and get rid of the dilapidated stretch of the BQE by the Brooklyn Heights Promenade?
New York City looks to regulate store receipts
The New York City Council will consider four bills to regulate paper receipts.
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on Manhattan blackout
New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson spoke with FOX 5 NY about the Manhattan blackout on Saturday, July 13.