After nearly two years of unrest, the company appears to be cracking down on employee activism.
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Mexican church contends it has erected the largest baby Jesus statue in the world -- by accident. The giant, nearly 22-foot-tall, 2,000-pound child had to travel 12 hours from the city of Chimalhuacan where it was built to La Epifania del Senor, the churc
The startling surveillance video, which surfaced Wednesday but was shot in May 2017, shows two inmate assailants burst into the showers at Manhattan Detention Complex, where they stabbed and slashed a detainee with a scalpel, sources said.
If you wander into the Bandit coffee shop in Midtown New York, you won’t be able to just walk up to the counter and order something. Instead, you’ll need to download a mobile app. I experienced it for myself yesterday afternoon, when I — along with
The New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn is celebrating the subway system's 115th birthday with several holiday events for visitors to enjoy.
The United States ambassador to the European Union told the impeachment inquiry his efforts to press Ukraine to announce investigations were ordered by President Trump, and top officials knew.
The authorities are seeking more information about Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who worked with Rudy Giuliani in Ukraine and have been charged with campaign finance violations.
A reputed Bloods member faces murder charges for the March killing of rapper Lil Kim’s cousin in Brooklyn, cops said Wednesday.Police on Wednesday charged Daquan Carter, 28, with the murder of Courtney (Aggy) Tingle, 26, after a witness picked him out o
Cuomo, as of Wednesday, has had nothing to say about the fact that a venerable economist, Arthur Laffer, was run off one of the State University’s premier campuses on the grounds that his supply-side theories are racist, or something.
American Water Works Co. has agreed to sell its embattled New York American Water operations for $608 million in cash to Liberty Utilities in a deal that is expected to close late next year, the compa
City Claims Control Over Commercial Trash Trucks - New York City, NY - Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a new law Wednesday that will completely reorganize how commercial trash is collected in New York City.