Thousands marched in the streets Tuesday night for the 44th annual Village Halloween Parade only hours after a man in a truck violently mowed down pedestrians along… Read more “New Yorkers Unite for Halloween Parade Hours after Truck Attack”
As the first notes of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” rang out from a parade float’s speakers, over 100 zombies stopped talking, moved into position and stared straight ahead.… Read more “‘Here to Smile and Look Crazy’ at the Halloween Parade”
The New York Police Department’s Argus cameras spin slowly, surveilling all 360 degrees of the intersections they’re mounted in. Before the sun rose on July 27, 2013,… Read more “‘He Brought a Gun to a Fistfight’”
The call to 911 came in just before 2 a.m. Something was seriously wrong with a man at the Brownsville Houses in Brooklyn. “He’s laying down, he’s… Read more “A Beer, a Steak Knife and a Murder: How the Lives of Two Families Changed Forever”
By Angie Wang and Juan Torres-Falcon Clare Lyons left the hospital around 7 a.m. after a 12-hour shift as an emergency nurse. It was a brisk… Read more “ER Violence Jeopardizes Hospital Staff”
As talks on a possible ban on nuclear weapons began Monday at the United Nations, around 25 people held a vigil across from the General Assembly building… Read more “U.N. Vigil Calls for Ban on Nuclear Weapons”
Senior citizens are being targeted in phone and mail scams, according to the Better Business Bureau and U.S. Postal Inspection Service of New York. They kicked off… Read more “Mail and Phone Scams Target Seniors”
Under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed budget plan, $17 million in funding could be cut from senior centers across New York City. Sixty-five centers are at risk, and… Read more “65 Senior Centers at Risk of Closure”
President Donald Trump issued the newest iteration of his travel ban Monday, but the changes made to address criticism from the courts did little to sway New… Read more “New York Officials Respond to the New Travel Ban”
A New Orleans style mock funeral took place underneath Washington Square Arch on Feb. 18th in honor of President’s Day.
Hundreds of protestors, dressed in black and in costume, showed up to mourn what they called the “dead” American presidency. They danced to jazz music, sang dirges and held each other in mourning.