NY state leads suit against FCC over Net Neutrality

Eric Schneiderman’s lastest move against the federal government’s decision has the backing of 21 other state attorney generals.

Time’s Up gets spotlight at Golden Globes

A powerful speech by Oprah Winfrey and a show of force from women helped to elevate the Me Too and Time’s Up movements at the award show.

Erica Garner funeral draws hundreds, marred by fight

A tense situation erupted outside the funeral of the late activist.

NY Salvadorans angry after Trump announces end of TPS

The city’s community and elected officials called the move cruel and are worried about the 15,000 children who would be affected.

Fred Bass, Strand Bookstore’s longtime owner, dead at 89

Bass was respected and admired by fans of the Village store and employees alike.

Polar Bear Club plunge goes on despite frigid temperatures

Despite water temperatures that were barely over the freezing mark, over 1,000 people took the plunge in the annual Brooklyn event.

Chelsea mural saved from demolition after community outcry

The painting, that depicted the city in the 19th century, will be viewable for future generations.

Council speaker releases proposals to bolster retail sector

A report by the City Council aims to curb the loss of mom and pops throughout the city. Retail owners, however, have mixed feelings.

Manhattan apartment vacancies at 8-yr high: Report

A growing inventory and some concern about the economic future have created a gap between renters and landlords, according to Citi Habitats.

Maurice ‘Mickey’ Carroll dead: Veteran NYC journalist was 86

The city’s journalist remember the Carroll as a mentor and stalwart for the city.

Broadway Triangle development lawsuit settled

The development will now be 100% affordable and the city will take steps to ensure it is more inclusive.

Net neutrality vote must wait until end of comment investigation: AG

The state’s top prosecutor and a FCC commissioner say the federal government needs to get to the bottom of the alleged identity theft.

Net neutrality repeal would jeopardize city tech industry: experts

As the battle over net neutrality looms, entrepreneurs, officials, and tech experts warn that its loss could devastate the city’s growing economic engine.

AG site helps NYers see if they were used in Net Neutrality scam

Eric Schneiderman wants New Yorkers to help his investigation into phony FCC comments.

NYC mayor write-ins included Aaron Judge, Obama, Beyoncé

A who’s who of celebrities, fictional characters, and past leaders made the list.

Queens comic Hari Kondabolu takes on ‘The Simpsons’ Apu in new doc

The long running show’s South Asian character has been a thorn in the community’s side for years, according to the comedian.

Veterans at CUNY schools bring ‘excellence, diversity and life experience’

The city colleges say they’ve seen an increase in veteran students.

DNAinfo, Gothamist reporters rally against Ricketts’ closure of news sites

The staff members of the defunct news sites shamed their owner for refusing to cooperate with their newly formed union.

NYC Marathon runners press on following terror attack

Despite the heighten security along the route, runners say they are still in high spirits.

ACA open enrollment is in full swing, NY groups work to increase signups

As the health insurance open enrollment begins, public, private and non-profit groups are coming together to inform New Yorkers about their options.