Zach Schonfeld

Articles by Zach Schonfeld

The landlord in question allegedly sent numerous threatening text messages and emails to the tenant, who is an immigrant from Guyana.

The infected person rode the Long Island Rail Road into Manhattan several times this month.

The climate strikes are expected to occur in more than 150 countries. You do not need to be a student—or a young person, for that matter—to join in the movement.

Khan is evidently the first Democrat to run for Ocasio-Cortez’s seat representing New York's 14th congressional district.

It’s been 15 months since the sad and sudden death of Anthony Bourdain. Now you can own his fancy knives and artwork, and much more.

Some in Brooklyn say the express trains will do little to help make their commutes less miserable.

Enzo Farachio, 10, was fatally struck by an out-of-control Lexus SUV on Tuesday afternoon while waiting at a bus stop.

The house served as Baldwin’s New York City residence from 1965, when he purchased it, until his death in 1987.

The bill, known as Intro. 136, passed Thursday and helps to clarify which workers are protected by the preexisting City Human Rights Law.

Somewhere between 90,000 and 230,000 birds die each year in New York City after colliding with glass buildings.

The tribute produces two vertical columns of light meant to signify the Twin Towers rising high above the Manhattan skyline.

Samuel Sabatino, 82, was arrested Saturday and charged with 11 counts of burglary.

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