New York City

Study: Black And White Wealth Gap In New York Is Wider Than First Thought

The report states that White households have a median net worth of almost 15 times higher than Black households in the state and city.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade To Be Led By Alabama A&M Marching Band

The Marching Maroon and White will be the first HBCU marching band to lead the parade.

Man Pleads Guilty To Robbing NYC Pastor Lamor Whitehead During Livestream

Pollack is accused of stealing more than $1 million in jewelry from Whitehead

NYC City Hall Lawyer Says 'No Indication' Mayor Eric Adams Is Target of FBI Probe

Adams denies wrongdoing in his dealings with the Turkish government.

FBI Investigating NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ Possible Link To Turkish Consulate Deal

Agents confiscated Adams’ phones and raided his chief fundraiser’s home. Adams says he’s not accused of wrongdoing.

Black, Indigenous Remains To Be Removed From Display at NYC Natural History Museum

The museum's president says researchers once used the bones to promote white supremacist theories.

Frank James Gets Multiple Life Sentences for Brooklyn Subway Mass Shooting

He pleaded guilty to setting off smoke bombs before firing at unwitting passengers in 2022.

Black Doctor Sues White Neighbor Accused of Hosing His Black And Latino Dinner Party Guests

The alleged assault was similar to White officers opening high-pressure hoses on civil rights activists, the lawsuit says.

Say Her Name: Remembering Marcy Borders, An Unsung Hero of the 9/11 Attacks

Caught in the middle of one of the worst days in American history on Sept. 11, 2001, Borders fought to have a life beyond the “dust lady” moniker that almost defined her.

Ruschell Boone, Popular NYC Journalist, Dies Of Pancreatic Cancer

Boone was an award-winning reporter, and anchor for NY1 in New York City since 2002.