New York City

Israeli chef Einat Admony shares her experiences competing in the New York restaurant scene, both before and during COVID-19.
Scott Derrickson, who directed and co-wrote “Doctor Strange,” tweeted a clip of the actor delighting patrons in New York City a few years ago.
The "Greek" alum said she and a friend were trying to de-escalate a confrontation.
In one contested primary, about 1 in 5 ballots have been disqualified for technical errors, many of which were out of voters' control.
The FBI considers the far-right QAnon conspiracy movement to be a potential domestic terrorism threat.
“Thank you to the healthcare workers, essential workers and everyone who made this possible," a city council member said.
New York City lightning strike, demonstrators remember Philando Castile, and a baby koala round out this week's best images.
President Donald Trump’s most famous New York City building is getting new artwork after a group, including Mayor Bill de Blasio, painted “Black Lives Matter” in front of the building.
The idea of dining out again is exciting yet nerve-wracking. It’s a calculated risk for both customers and workers.
LGBTQ advocates are condemning widely circulated videos that appear to show NYPD officers aggressively shoving demonstrators and using pepper spray.