NBC's "The Tonight Show" hasn't been filmed in New York City since 1972, When Johnny Carson was hosting and John Wayne was a guest. But the network confirms the long-running late-night talk show will be returning to the Big Apple next year.
New York City will hold a lottery for couples who want to get married on first day same-sex marriage will be legal, the mayor announced Tuesday.
New York City Officials announced development plans in East Harlem for 90 affordable housing units, a bigger building for the Dream Charter School, and space for Harlem’s RBI program for inner-city youth.
A group of family members of World Trade Center victims is demanding New York City officials give it a list of next of kin for all the nearly 2,800 victims so they can poll them on the placement of unidentified remains.
The Whitney is on the move again. The Manhattan museum is returning to its roots, just a stone's throw away from its original location on 8ᵗʰ street.
New York state's education commissioner has given Dennis Walcott the go-ahead to head New York City's 1.1 million-pupil school system.