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A new bill is proposing fines of anywhere from $25 to $250 for texting while crossing the street in New York City
If the threat of being hit by a speeding vehicle wasn't enough to deter you from texting while crossing the street, perhaps a small fine will.
Despite proposed fines for anti-vaxxers in Germany and New York, vaccine exemption bills may be on the rise
Germany and New York recently introduced bills to fine people who fail to vaccinate. But policies that let people forgo vaccinations may be on the rise.
The arrivals and departures board at Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan is getting a digital overhaul.
From Mediterranean eateries to pizzerias, here are chefs' and restaurateurs' favorite restaurants to eat at in New York City.
I flew out of the most hated airport in the US — and I was shocked at how much better it became in less than a year
LaGuardia Airport is still not equipped to serve New York City, but recent improvements indicate that the airport is on the right track.
Forget the Upper East Side — Manhattan’s richest neighborhood is all about subtle wealth, and it shows a major evolution in how the elite ...
Tribeca is Manhattan's richest ZIP code, 10007. Home to Wall Streeters and celebrities, Tribeca has a more subtle wealth in New York City.
Man carrying two canisters of gasoline and lighters was arrested at New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The cathedral is one of New York City's most prominent landmarks. The arrest comes days after a massive fire erupted at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.
Manhattan real-estate sales just booked their worst first quarter since the financial crisis
Did you know that St. Patrick's Day is the fourth most popular drinking day in America? Keep reading for more hard-to-believe facts about the holiday.
Hedge-fund manager Ken Griffin’s $238 million NYC apartment shattered the US real estate record — here’s a look at his record-settin...
Ken Griffin has bought record-breaking real estate in Chicago, Miami, and NYC — here's a look at his properties.