New York City

Scott Stringer, Linda Lacewell, and City & State Editor and Chief Jon Lentz during a webinar on Thursday.
Comptroller said the city is avoiding cuts ‘out of laziness’ and borrowing is a last resort.
New York City Council Member Mark Levine.
Mark Levine, the Health Committee chairman, releases a guide on the risks of different activities.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio won’t open city beaches in time to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend, though some city beaches could reopen in June.
The New York City comptroller offers ideas for how to safely open city beaches.
Mayor de Blasio handing out face masks in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on May 16, 2020.
The city has met four of the state’s reopening metrics and could be ready to reopen in June.
Time Square almost completely empty in May, 2020.
NYC without selfie sticks is every New Yorker’s fantasy. It came true – and it hurts.
New York City Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot.
NYC Health Commissioner insults NYPD, but she was provoked.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson during a City Council Zoom meeting on Wednesday.
New protections for commercial and residential tenants passed, in addition to capping fees by food delivery apps.
Thanks to the coronavirus the NYC budget will be much smaller than last years. The Department of Education is taking the biggest cut.
Education is the big one, but the economic fallout from the coronavirus will impact the budget in many other ways.
As summer approaches NYC becomes more dangerous for those already most susceptible to COVID-19.
New York City needs to make plans now to protect older and chronically ill residents during the heat of summer.
NYPD Officers in Astoria Park on May 3, 2020.
Social distancing regulations raise new challenges for police and old questions of racially disparate enforcement.