New York

"She is my new queen,” wrote one person on Twitter about a New York City resident who took the selfie game to a new level over the weekend.
Trump's hometown tabloid poked fun at his reported interest in buying the world's biggest island.
The 43-year-old mother of three fell into a coma shortly after a flight from New York City to Tel Aviv.
As a queer woman who grew up in a conservative setting, burlesque dancer Jo Weldon found freedom, fun and her calling in underground nightlife.
The street outside Trump Tower in New York City could soon be named after President Donald Trump’s predecessor if the public gets its way.
If successful, Trump Tower's new Manhattan address will be 725 President Barack H. Obama Ave.
For people with low access to healthy food and high blood pressure, it's free money for groceries.
Trump “cannot go and just shoot off his mouth and say anything," the former New York City mayor said.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the new law makes it "crystal clear to anyone who may still have doubts that New York has zero tolerance for bigotry of any kind."
New York police confirmed a motorcycle's backfire generated gunshot-like sounds that prompted audience members and the show's cast to panic.
The defeat for Cabán is a disappointment for the city's rising left, but activists reveled in the progress they made.
Trump's hometown tabloid cut to the chase with its blistering cover.
"Mr. President, do something — help America live without fear," the tabloid's editorial board wrote.
But the New York City mayor was dogged by criticism for allowing the cop who killed Eric Garner to remain on the police force.
The measure, which goes into effect immediately, includes an exception for school resource officers and other law enforcement staff on campus.
“No one brave enough to seek office should have to bow out of their campaign because they can’t afford childcare.” New York lawmaker Linda Rosenthal said.
Juan Rodriguez, 39, had just worked an eight-hour shift at a New York City hospital when he discovered his twins lifeless in the back seat.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to “do everything in our power to keep this community safe and get guns off our streets.”
The "Patriot Act" host drew attention to the many places in the U.S. with federally recognized, racially offensive names.