Brooklyn gang of rappers face gun trafficking charges

Federal prosecutors have filed charges against nine alleged rappers and gang members in connection with a firearms trafficking operation that allegedly brought dozens of guns from Georgia to New York City.

Homeless New Yorkers remain vulnerable amid pandemic

Mayor Bill de Blasio has not agreed to extend the hotel stays for homeless residents but his administration just raised the value of rental-assistance programs to help more shelter residents secure affordable housing.

Bronx's Woodlawn Cemetery: Where history, celebrity, leafy beauty live on

Woodlawn Cemetery in New York City is the resting place of scores of famous and influential people. One recent trolley tour of jazz and vaudeville greats included the gravesites of Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, George M. Cohan and more. Other walking and trolley tours cover themes such as Black, Irish, Italian and women's history.