FBI arrests exiled Chinese social media mogul in alleged $1B fraud scheme used to fund luxurious NYC lifestyle
The FBI arrested exiled Chinese businessman Ho Wan Kwok, also known as "Miles Guo," in an alleged $1 billion fraud scheme used to fund his luxurious lifestyle in the New York City area.
Pete Davidson's Brooklyn apartment available to rent for $30,000 per month
Pete Davidson's former penthouse apartment in Brooklyn, New York, has hit the market for $30,000 per month. The 4,500-square-foot unit features a private rooftop terrace.
Samuel Adams masters non-alcoholic beer with Just the Haze, remasters Boston Lager
Samuel Adams introduced its fist non-alcoholic beer in 2022, winning a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival, and introduced Remastered Boston Lager in 2023.
New York businesses urged to require customers remove masks amid crime surge: 'Be proactive'
The New York Police Department recently urged business owners to make unmasking and showing their face a condition of entry for customers as robberies surge in the city.
New York prepared to issue 300 legal pot dispensary licenses
New York will double the number of licenses issued to marijuana dispensaries in its first round of applications, though both legal and illegal sales are flourishing statewide.
Demoted FDNY chiefs sue ‘political operative’ fire commissioner
Four FDNY assistant chiefs sued FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh for demoting them and others, alleging New York City Mayor Eric Adams' appointee is a "political operative" jeopardizing public safety.
More details emerge in billionaire Thomas Lee's suicide
In the wake of billionaire financier Thomas Lee being found dead on Thursday in New York, additional information has been reported.
New York Taxi union to strike against Uber and Lyft at LaGuardia airport on Sunday: report
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance is organizing a strike against Uber for stopping a raise in rates to keep up with costs of living and operating expenses.
NYC billionaire financier found dead in Manhattan office from self-inflicted gunshot wound: report
A billionaire financier was reportedly found dead Thursday inside his New York City office.
NYC unveils first indoor pickleball courts as game trends in US: Sport is for 'everyone,' Life Time CEO says
Life Time founder and CEO Bahram Akradi and pro pickleball player Simone Jardim share excitement for the new facility and details on the growth of the sport.
New York City businesses drowning in shoplifting thefts turn to man's best friend for help
A private management company in New York City hired a security service to deploy dogs near Penn Station and Madison Square Garden to protect businesses from shoplifting.
Carlos Slim mansion, 'last remnant' of old New York luxury, goes on sale for $80M
The home, first built between 1899 and 1901, first went on sale in 2006 when it sold for $40 million, selling again four years later for $44 million to Carlos Slim.
Lady Gaga's dad Joe Germanotta slams 'filthy' New York City: 'The city is a mess'
Lady Gaga's dad and famed restaurateur, Joe Germanotta, called New York a "horrible" city as he claimed his business lost revenue due to the "filthy" state of the Big Apple.
Oldest cheese shop in America to close after over a century in business
The oldest cheese shop in the United States is set to close after over a century in business following a dispute with a landlord and the results of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in New York City.
Silicon Valley dethroned as hottest tech job market following layoffs: report
Waves of layoffs from Silicon Valley firms in recent months have caused East Coast cities to eclipse the traditional tech mecca when it comes to job openings in the sector.
New York rent regulation is upheld by appeals court
The case was filed by a consortium of local landlord groups and individual landlords led by the Community Housing Improvement Program and the Rent Stabilization Association.
New York woman charged with sending cryptocurrency to Syrian terrorist group
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg announced the indictment of a woman on Tuesday for allegedly sending cryptocurrency to a terrorist organization based in Syria.
New York City food policy office says Uber, Lyft must have ‘zero-emission fleet’ by 2030
The office of New York City Mayor Eric Adams says Uber and Lyft must have a 'zero-emission' fleet by 2030 as the city moves to lessen its reliance on fossil fuels.
NY AG's office calls on Madison Square Garden to explain use of facial recognition to bar lawyers from venues
The office of New York Attorney General Letitia James sent a letter to Madison Square Garden Entertainment over a reported practice of using facial recognition to ban lawyers.
Chase locking up some NYC ATM locations early citing 'rising crime and vagrancy'
Chase is closing some of its New York City ATM vestibules earlier due to rising crime at the locations, frustrating customers who complained on social media about the limited access.