Delta variant may prompt more companies to slow return to office

Earlier this summer, with cases at their lowest and reopenings abounding, it seemed that New York City was coming back. But now uncertainty over virus strains, the possible restoration of mask mandates, and a stagnant vaccination rate have caused many employers to press pause.

More names added to star-studded lineup for NYC recovery concert

More names were added Tuesday to the city's recovery concert planned for Central Park next month. Along with Jennifer Hudson, Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon, Andrea Bocelli, Carlos Santana and many others will take the stage on the Great Lawn, said Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Man to honor 9/11 crews by pushing drink cart from Boston to New York

A former flight attendant who lost several colleagues when United Flight 175 was flown into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, is honoring his friends on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks by pushing an airline beverage cart from Boston to ground zero in New York.

NYC homeless returning to shelters after hotel stays

Homeless rights advocates are calling on the city and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to continue funding hotel stays until homeless residents can move directly into long-term housing rather than return to shelters in group settings.