Sayfullo Saipov was found guilty of running down riders with a rental truck on a Manhattan bike path in 2017. Prosecutors said the Halloween attack was inspired by his reverence for the Islamic State.
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After three days on the picket line, more than 7,000 nurses are returning to work at the city's biggest hospitals with the promise of "concrete, enforceable safe staffing ratios," their union said.
Thousands of nurses at two New York hospitals are on strike for a third day. Their staffing shortages and other problems predate the pandemic, says the president of the American Nurses Association.
On Nov. 1, New York joined a handful of places across the country that require companies to disclose salary ranges when they post jobs. But transparency isn't easy.
Diwali celebrates lightness over darkness and is celebrated by more than 1 billion Hindu people each year. It also has its own versions in the Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism religions.
In New York City, the area dominated by Lincoln Center was formerly home to Black and Puerto Rican communities. Etienne Charles' new musical work addresses that difficult past.
The influential American-born photographer, filmmaker, painter and graphic designer died Saturday in his adopted city of Paris.
Millions of New Yorkers embraced an "all in this together" motto during the pandemic — and many are roasting the city's transit agency over updated signs explaining its newly relaxed masking policy.
The highly infectious viral disease can lead to permanent paralysis of the arms and legs and even death in some cases. Health officials are urging people to get vaccinated if they haven't been.