"I thought I was going to get locked up, expelled from school or something."
The incident that killed one and injured three (including the shooter) won national attention thanks to the power of celebrity.
It's about time.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
She apparently didn't want to go to school anymore.
Vincent "Chin" Gigante would often engage in bizarre behavior that ranged from chatting with parking meters to pissing on the street.
The criminal charges lean heavily on social media activity by young men of color.
The Guardian Angels, New York City's most famous vigilantes, are back on the streets and subways in response to a series of slashings earlier this year.
Like a terrible, fucked up game of "Would You Rather," the MTA has come up with two equally shitty plans for the impending L train shutdown between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Despite a $3 million effort to control the rat population, 2016 has seen more rodent-related complaints so far in 2016 than it did in the first four months of 2015.
Since 2000, real wages are down, rents are up, and more young people are being forced to take low-paying jobs in the retail or hospitality industries. So why do we live here, again?
Nightlife haunts close for all kinds of reasons, but it's usually because they're awful.
In the 1980s, the budding real estate mogul had a soft spot for wise guys.
"I wanna know what Shia LaBeouf did to him," the victim said. "What did Shia LaBeouf do to him that he punched somebody that looks like him?"
The 46-year-old confessed to more than 100 burglaries, but his past is way darker.
Peter Liang, who became notorious as a rookie cop who accidentally shot and killed a man two years ago, got probation and community service despite protests from Black Lives Matter activists.
VICE heads to the Bronx Wrestling Federation to meet former fighter John Torres, who now documents the theatrical Mexican-style wrestling matches as a filmmaker.
Weed is popular and partially decriminalized, but its illegal status means profit margins are still high. All of that is good news for dealers in NYC.
Demonstrators are planning to welcome the Republican frontrunner home by attempting to shut down his speech in Midtown Manhattan Thursday night.
Sanders hung out with Verizon strikers in Brooklyn Wednesday, and also snagged an endorsement from the local union for subway workers ahead of the April 19 New York primary.
In a wild coincidence, the New York Observer, published by Invanka Trump's husband, became the first major newspaper to formally back the billionaire.
In many ways, Brookdale University Hospital's emergency room—one of the busiest in New York City—acts as a bizarro microcosm of the inequitable American healthcare system.
A former officer for the NYPD breaks down the class-action lawsuit led by minority cops against the largest police force in America.
Chase Hall's Milk and Honey features 62 pages of intimate portraits of New York City's idiosyncratic and disenfranchised populace—from the homeless to local kids.