New York catches up with London to head global centres survey
Singapore is in third place, followed by Frankfurt, Paris and Tokyo.
More than 7,000 nurses go on strike in New York City
The Covid-19 pandemic along with a respiratory syncytial virus outbreak and this year's flu season has put a strain on the healthcare sector across the city, creating tensions between nurses and their employers.
Singapore food vendors launch first hawker centre in New York
Urban Hawker, in midtown Manhattan, features 17 vendors handpicked by the food hall's curator, KF Seetoh, with 11 coming directly from hawker centres in Singapore.
New York State ends mask mandates on trains, transit
Governor Kathy Hochul says masks will still be required in some places like adult care facilities and some other medical facilities.
Bed Bath & Beyond CFO plunges to death from New York skyscraper
The police statement did not provide further details on the circumstances leading to Gustavo Arnal's death and says the New York City Medical Examiner's Office would determine the cause of death.
Polio virus found in New York City wastewater, suggesting local transmission
Health officials are urging unvaccinated New Yorkers to get vaccinated.
Trump signals he will testify in New York probe into business practices
Trump has denied wrongdoing and called the New York investigation politically motivated.
Polio found in New York wastewater as state assesses virus' spread
The discovery of the disease from wastewater samples collected in June means the virus was present in the community before a confirmed case was made public July 21.
Polio case found in US suburb, first in a decade
Polio symptoms include flu-like symptoms such as a sore throat, fever, tiredness and nausea, the CDC says.
Woman shot and killed while pushing baby stroller in New York City
The woman was shot once in the head by a gunman, dressed all in black, who approached her from behind.
New York governor signs new curbs on guns in wake of mass shootings
The legislation, passed by the state legislature, raises the age required to buy or possess a semiautomatic rifle from 18 to 21.
‘End of an era’ as New York removes last of its iconic payphone booths
Fixed-line payphones began disappearing from the streets of New York in the early 2000s as cell phone use spread, and then vanished even faster in the 2010s with the explosion of smartphones.