Local lawmakers are questioning whether it makes sense for the city to be spending millions of tax dollars to protect the President-elect in Midtown. Our Courtney Gross has more from City Hall.
Many New York institutions may be vulnerable in a Trump presidency. And small businesses that sit in the shadow of Trump Tower will be first to fall if we don't act fast.
Today, New York City Council Member Dan Garodnick will introduce a bill to create a public record of all sexual assault and harassment incidents that happen inside vehicles operated by New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission-licensed companies and owners (which include Uber, Lyft, and other r
With the cost to protect President-elect Donald Trump and his family in New York City reported to be $1 million a day, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Council Member Dan Garodnick are calling on Trump to get the federal government to reimburse the city.
On Halloween, dozens of tenants holding spooky signs rallied at City Hall to bash landlords as vampires if they engage in predatory equity. The event was held prior to a City Council hearing on a package of bills that were aimed at stopping the blood-sucking practice.
The NYPD will have to post its full patrol guide online under legislation passed by the City Council Thursday.
A new City Council bill is putting pressure on developers behind noisy construction sites by making information about their mitigation plans more accessible to neighbors.
Aggressive drivers who pretend to be working for Uber have been preying on people at local airports, and CBS2 has learned that some are also charging false “taxes.”
With nearly 30,000 pending foreclosure cases in New York City last year, this crisis has lingered well past the 2008 crash. One borough has faced the brunt of it: Queens. Foreclosure rates there have jumped by 43% this year alone.
City Councilmembers will introduce a bill this week that would make revenge porn a crime, punishable by a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail.