The sale of foie gras in New York City is about to be a faux pas. City council members on Wednesday are expected to pass a bill that bans the sale of fattened liver of a duck at restaurants, grocery stores or shops.
New York City’s counterterrorism czar expects Times Square to be "the safest place on the planet Earth” on New Year’s Eve.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is strongly considering entering the race for the 2020 US Democratic presidential nomination, a move that could greatly disrupt the field just three months before the first nominating contests.
"Studio 54: Night Magic," a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, takes visitors past the famously guarded velvet rope of the glam, louche nightclub on Midtown Manhattan's 54th street.
Nasdaq’s electronic LED video screen that stands at Times Square attracts more than 50 million visitors a year and has over 380,000 passersby every day.
Giving a glimpse of what fashionistas look like off the ramp and how they carry themselves in the real world, the list of fashion influencers are no less than fashion icons.
Nasir Saleem, a 30-year-old veteran of the New York police, became the first Pakistani and Muslim to be appointed as the auxiliary deputy chief of the nearly 5,000-strong force, said a report.
Abu Dhabi Police reiterated its keen interest in strengthening ties of strong joint partnership, expressing its hope that all the efforts to end this global crisis will soon be successful.
Amid the coronavirus scare, a video is doing the rounds on social media which shows a cab driver making a container with a plastic sheet to cover himself completely.
Resilient societies are able to bounce back from disruptions. The capacity to rebuild physical infrastructure is, of course, important after calamity strikes. But resilience also requires shoring up social infrastructure, the ties that bind us together.