A decade after they were accused of letting Jeffrey Epstein off the hook, federal prosecutors made another run at putting the billionaire financier behind bars on sex allegations, charging him Monday with abusing dozens of underage girls as young as 14.

In the murky waters of New York Harbor near Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, a boat carrying seven passengers headed home last week after catching Fourth of July fireworks. But the boat got stuck, and a team of city firefighters turned up to answer its distress call.

Police in Manhattan are investigating after another pride flag was burned outside of an LGBTQ bar early Monday morning, and comes just weeks after an identical incident.

Troy Mayor Patrick Madden’s office says the offensive signs that have been seen around the city in recent weeks will be taken down if they’re on city property.

An investigation is ongoing after police officers shot a man during a confrontation in the Bronx Sunday night.

A bill that would ban PFAS in suppressant foams used to fight fires is heading to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s desk.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday signed a bill that would allow congressional investigators to access the New York state tax returns of President Donald Trump.

Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns plans to file a federal lawsuit Tuesday, challenging New York State’s new law granting driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants.

More than 100,000 people ventured to the waterfront this weekend to stand in awe of the Tall Ships.