Water at NYCHA complex is safe to drink: Mayor

The lab that conducted the initial tests that found arsenic in the water at the Jacob Riis Houses has allegedly admitted to introducing arsenic into the samples, causing the false results.

2022 NYC Pride parade and events

New York City Pride celebrations are back in 2022 with full-fledged in-person events, including the NYC Pride March a.k.a. NYC Pride parade, as well as festivals, parties, and more. Here is a guide to the weekend.

Another NYC homeless encampment cleared out

New York City police officers and sanitation workers cleared out another homeless encampment on Wednesday as part of the mayor's plan to try to get unhoused people into shelters while also making sure residents and visitors "can enjoy the clean public spaces."

New York subway attack suspect tipped off cops to his location

Two law enforcement officials say the person who tipped off police to the whereabouts of the man wanted in the Brooklyn subway shooting was the suspect himself. Frank R. James called the New York Police Department's tip line Wednesday to say he was inside a McDonald's restaurant in Manhattan and to tell authorities to come and get him, the law enforcement officials said.