Utilities in New York will now charge extra to mine Bitcoin. In unrelated news, technicals point to a $2800 price.
Agree to Let It?A police official says the department is ready to arrest the disgraced movie mogul for allegedly sexually assaulting Lucia Evans.
After a deranged 20-year-old brought unthinkable evil to Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary in December 2012, both Connecticut and New York banned the sale of semiautomatic firearms they deem to be "assault weapons" and required owners of thes
A New York real estate developer was ordered to pay millions to a group of graffiti artists for painting over their artwork on his own property after a federal judge deemed their work "protected public art."
Accusations, rumors and fears of manipulation in the cryptocurrency market have been around for a long while now. The most recent one involves Tether supposedly artificially propping up the price of bitcoin by printing USDT. Now one regulator demands
Watch out Canada! New York wants a piece of the bitcoin mining market, securing for its residents revenues and jobs that come along with the electricity intensive process. Bitcoin mining might even help revive local economies that once relied on poll
Under a new state contract, all inmates in New York State prisons will receive free tablets.
New York is blaming the oil companies for climate change and for the damage from hurricanes and for supporting Republicans.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- New York City already has a congestion problem, and now a new report shows that ride-sharing apps such as Uber, Lyft and Via are adding to it.
In this video, Jason Bermas breaks down the recent events in Times Square and everything you need to know, while exposing the truth behind past related events.
malfunctions and explodes prematurely, injuring ISIS-inspired Bangladeshi suspect in his 20s wearing wires'...There are reports of a terror attack in New York City, after an explosion was felt Monday morning in a Subway station near Times Square. Co
Imagine having the power to declare something legitimate with the stroke of a pen, the press of a stamp, or the enter button on your keyboard.
New York State voters were soundly rejecting a ballot proposal Tuesday night to hold a constitutional convention following a multi-million dollar campaign by public employee unions against it.
A new French restaurant in New York City is taking things one step further to give diners a unique experience: it's letting them pay in bitcoin.
Imam Mohammad Tawhidi says he repeatedly warned New York Mayor Bill De Blasio about the terror threat in New York City but that he was ignored because De Blasio was more interested in undermining President Trump.
Nor, will they say what data they are collecting on everyone who crosses into or out of the big city. With these towers, privacy doesn't exist… is that the big secret?
"Is he paying you in bitcoins?"
New York passes an anti-bullying law that will fine and jail parents if their child is caught bullying another minor.
(Natural News) Residents of New York City have been both confused and awestruck lately at the sight of large, mysterious metal towers that are popping up all over the city.
Conflicts are inevitable when a city wide government is also beholden to a larger state. In the United States, it is even worse. Local, state, and federal governments claim control of the same land -not to mention individual land owners.
(Natural News) It seems New York State has been spending its annual budget on everything but infrastructure. Though infrastructure is one of the most elemental responsibilities, in lieu of patching up crumbling bridges or potholes littering the stree
Prices for Manhattan real estate hit a new all-time high in the second quarter, with apartments now selling for an average of $2.19 million, according to a new report.
In the latest sign that NYC's ultra-high end property market is on the verge of imploding after a wave of overly aggressive development, another luxury condo at Manhattan's One57 tower, a member of "Billionaire's Row," a group of high-end t
The park's Mobile Information Units, still in the prototype stage, unfold from the back of a customized bicycle.
New York is the first in the nation to offer tuition grants of this nature.