Despite the pandemic, the neighbourhood of Dyker Heights proudly displays its over-the-top Christmas light decorations.
Officials said they didn't expect the winter blast to disrupt vaccine distribution
Police shot the man dead on the steps of a landmark New York City cathedral on Sunday after he began firing two handguns at the end of a Christmas choral concert, police said.
Police said the driver, a woman, was stopped near the area. She was taken into custody and questioned. It's not clear whether she will face charges.
Mark David Chapman killed Lennon on December 8, 1980.
Footage released this week shows police putting a spit hood over Daniel Prude’s head before holding his head down on the pavement.
The artists were inspired by the animal's empathy and kindness.
A white woman who called police on a black man after he asked her to put her dog on a lead in New York's Central Park is facing a criminal charge that is punishable by up to one year in jail.
New York State is untangling some red tape around tying the knot: New Yorkers will be able to get marriage licenses online and wed via video during the lockdown.
The city that never sleeps stands empty and silent amid the coronavirus lockdown in New York.
The US president confirms a shortage of masks and other medical supplies as the number of coronavirus cases tops 200,000.
Organisers want commuters to stop looking at their phones.
New York City Council voted overwhelmingly to ban foie gras - food made from the liver of a fattened duck or goose.
It is anchored on two sides of a skyscraper.