Three Black women from Texas were arrested, but a lawyer for one called it “mutual combat” after they were called a racial slur.
The British High Court will serve papers on the prince if necessary, allowing Virginia Giuffre’s suit, filed in New York, to proceed.
While some championed the provocation, the congresswoman’s “Tax the Rich” gown drew sharp statements from across the political spectrum.
Two major museums teamed up for “Mind/Mirror,” only to realize they disagreed. Alike yet different, the two shows offer a revelatory look at America’s most famous living artist.
Twenty years after the worst attack on American soil, the loss of nearly 3,000 people was remembered in events across the country.
New and overlooked artists shine at the Armory Show, New York’s largest in-person fair since the pandemic, and other shows across the city.
Let your fall re-entry begin at the Independent Art Fair in Manhattan, which features painting, photography and the pioneers of net art.
People of my generation will never know again the innocence that my children’s generation only tasted.
Extreme rainfall is causing deadly and destructive floods globally. The Netherlands averted disaster this summer by creating flood plains.
If someone secretly pays for your coffee this month, it might be Cynthia Germanotta.
About 200 people were rescued from a train near Newark Airport on Wednesday night as heavy rains and flooding shut down major train routes.
The 233 people being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center will be moved, at least temporarily, while officials address conditions there.
With “Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope,” she became the first woman to write the book, music and lyrics of a Broadway musical.
His animations make for uncomfortable viewing in an exhibition at the New Museum. But fixating on their shock value misses the point.
Igor Fruman had aided Rudolph Giuliani in his effort to dig up dirt on Donald J. Trump’s political rivals.
Dorinda Medley has chosen to ‘lean into’ Covid fears and enjoy the city’s museums, parks, restaurants and shops.
Her study of miniature painting set the artist on a path to challenge terms that hem us in: East and West, masculine and feminine, abstraction and figuration.
In Chinatown, anti-gentrification protesters are furious over funding granted to a museum that they say doesn’t represent their community.
A Yonkers man was charged with attempted murder after a seemingly random assault turned a mundane errand into a bloody struggle.
Ken Kurson, the former editor of The New York Observer, has been charged with two felonies. Prosecutors said he installed spyware on his former wife’s computer in order to surveil her.
The activist short-seller behind Hindenburg Research has become known for research that sends companies’ stock sinking. He says he’s not in it just to move share prices.
Carré Sutton accuses a former executive at a modeling agency of sexual assault, and a second employee of enabling the attacks.
Her image has been rendered on gold coins and monuments around the United States. But little is known about this Gilded Age model.
The 28,000-square-foot, four-story Great Jones Distilling Company will open in August with a cocktail bar, a tasting room and more.
A man from France dropped to the city pavement, one of more than 3,000 emergencies on this day alone. A young police officer rushed to help.
The immersive van Gogh exhibitions make a critic reflect on her encounters with his paintings and question what it means to have an intimate connection with an artist.
While the Me Too movement led to greater awareness about the prevalence of rape, prosecutors in New York City still struggle to prove sexual assault accusations.
“It is just not good,” Anibal Amador says of bare rims at New York City’s playgrounds. As a result, the self-described “Net Changer” buys and hangs nets at his local courts.
The husband-and-wife comedy team had lived at the Riverside Drive co-op for half a century and raised their children Amy and Ben Stiller there. The asking price is $5 million.
Jujamcyn Theaters, which operates five theaters on Broadway, had been accused by federal prosecutors in Manhattan of violating the Americans With Disabilities Act.
More than a dozen people were rescued from a flooded highway in the Bronx, and more rain was expected overnight as Tropical Storm Elsa hit.
After nine years at Dalton, why was Justine Ang Fonte suddenly being pilloried by parents?
All in very different but concrete ways, these artists’ “live” public works speak of healing, history, and a fragile material world.
With his main rival, Tali Farhadian Weinstein, conceding, Alvin Bragg is poised to lead the investigation into Donald J. Trump’s family business.
The criminal case against the former president’s business could deliver a blow to his finances, and he remains the focus of a broader investigation in New York.
Charges against the former president’s company and a top executive, explained.
Nearly 19 percent of all office space in Manhattan has no tenants — the highest on record — as companies shed leases and embrace remote work.
The Trump Organization and Mr. Weisselberg have been indicted in connection with a tax investigation and are expected to appear in court later Thursday.
An indictment against the business, the Trump Organization, and a top executive, Allen Weisselberg, could come as soon as this week in Manhattan.
The 96th floor apartment at 432 Park Avenue, where residents complained of construction defects, is asking more than $20,500 a square foot.
The man, who was shot once in the back, was listed in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital, the police said.
Ms. Flash, who has spent years challenging stereotypes, puts her camera down to walk, nap, go to church and be with friends instead.
Alvin Bragg, a federal prosecutor, maintained a four-point lead over Tali Farhadian Weinstein. If elected, he would the first Black person to hold the office.
Eight candidates are vying to take over the country’s largest local prosecutor’s office. The winner will inherit a potential Trump investigation.
Rental and condo buildings have increased the amount of shared work spaces and also introduced private offices and conference rooms.
Tali Farhadian Weinstein, who, along with Alvin Bragg, appears to be leading the Democratic field, was attacked over her finances and ads.
Tali Farhadian Weinstein, who, along with Alvin Bragg, appears to be leading the Democratic field, was attacked over her finances and ads.,
Her legs were crushed when she was trapped for six hours in Manhattan in 1985, touching off a media frenzy. Miraculously, she was able to walk again.
An investigation into Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s finance chief, appears to be heading into its final stages as prosecutors increase pressure on him.
Ms. Banes was a mainstay of the New York stage who also acted in films and on television. She died on Monday, 10 days after she was struck by a scooter as she was crossing a street in Manhattan.