(NEW YORK) -- A Colorado man was indicted on hate crime charges Wednesday for allegedly defacing public spaces in New York City -- including the iconic Charging Bull statue -- with Nazi symbols and racial slurs in 2021.James Ryan, 40, was indicted on three... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A grieving mother’s fight to find answers about the death of her son has helped to shed light on a suspected rash of druggings and robberies affecting New York City’s gay nightlife scene.Linda Clary’s 33-year-old son, John Umberger, was found dead... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- New York City's COVID vaccination mandate for municipal workers was "arbitrary and capricious," and those who were fired over it should be reinstated, according to a judge's ruling made public on Tuesday.Judge Ralph Porzio in Staten Island cited President Joe Biden's... Read More.
As part of its American Masters series, PBS debuts Joe Papp in Five Acts -- which examines the groundbreaking career of producer/director Joe Papp, who founded Manhattan's famed Shakespeare in the Park festival and The Public Theater. He went on to produce signature Broadway... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Anyone who has lived in New York or visited the city is likely familiar with the smells -- and especially, the tastes -- of its beloved halal carts.And yet, for one entire month of the year, the workers running these carts can't... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- About 4,000 New York City municipal workers are facing termination Friday for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.Less than 1% of the city's workforce will lose their jobs if they don't show proof of vaccination -- potentially the country's largest workforce reduction... Read More.