New York City is home to the most billionaires in the U.S.: Forbes

The top 1% are calling the Big Apple home.

NYC subway threat reports fail to faze straphangers

The latest reports of an alleged threat against the city’s subways wasn’t scary enough for most straphangers.

Environmentalists flood Wall Street to call for green changes

A second day, smaller environmental protest was more aggressive than the People’s Climate March.

People’s Climate March call for global action

Celebrities, world leaders and regular folks packed Manhattan to send a green message to the world.

High Line’s third and final section is finished

The West Side’s crown jewel has finally reached completion and has set an example that New Yorkers around the world have tried to emulate.

Thousands expected to turn out for People’s Climate March Sunday

The city will play host to the biggest climate rally of all time as protesters demand the world’s governments work to save the planet.

De Blasio, Chicago, L.A. mayors form initiative to help immigrants

The leaders of three of the biggest American cities are banding together to help immigrants on the path to naturalization.

Council members, environmentalists rally for plastic bag fee

A group of elected officials and environmentalists say removing traditional grocery and restaurant bags can help the city both financially and ecologically.

Smoking on the rise in New York City: Health Dept

Despite work to get New Yorkers to kick the habit or avoid cigarettes all together, smoking has seen a rise in the city.

Vendy Awards to spotlight and honor city’s best street vendors

The city’s top food trucks will vie for the top honors.

Catholic League bows out of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The most outspoken, conservative Catholic group announced it won’t partake in the city’s St. Pat’s parade.

9/11 anniversary: Families reflect on a year of progress at Ground Zero

The rebuilding at Ground Zero saw tremendous progress this year, but none of that progress can take the pain away from the victims’ families.

Junior’s won’t be selling Brooklyn location for condos after all

The home of the most famous cheesecake bucked the trend of other longtime institutions that closed up shop.

City honors safest taxi drivers

Nearly 300 cab drivers have been accident free and helped with Mayor de Blasio’s accident free initiative.

Joan Rivers’ funeral: ‘Life isn’t fair without Joan Rivers in our world’

The iconic comedian’s spirit was alive and well as celebrities gathered to pay their final respects.

The High Line’s final section to open Sept. 21

The West Side’s elevated park will be open in its entirety soon.

Real estate firm signs lease at World Trade Center

The World Trade Center acquired another tenant and is now 58% leased.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade ends ban on gay groups

The St. Pat’s Day parade organizers made huge change to their policy.

New York named best biking city in the country

The years of work making the city more bike accessible have paid off.

Majority of New Yorkers want DNC in NYC

Big Apple voters say they’d love to have the Democratic National Convention come to Brooklyn in 2016.