Several members of New York's city council took a knee outside City Hall in solidarity with NFL players, and a number of them remained seated during the customary pledge of allegiance inside the chambers.
A banner reading "More Dead Cops" was found hanging from an overpass on a highway near Albany, New York, over the weekend.
Tucker Carlson reported that the Southern Poverty Law Center published a comprehensive list of Confederate symbols in the United States.
Protesters assembling in front of President Trump's namesake tower were met with a large, organized NYPD presence, Adam Shapiro reported.
The U.S. Army denied requests from several New York Democrats to rename streets on the city's Fort Hamilton military installation.
Tucker Carlson sparred a member of an immigration advocacy group over his decision to join 500 others to protest President Trump's anti-gang speech.
Sheriff Vincent DeMarco said Long Island police have been able to make greater strides in gang eradication under the Trump administration.
A New York Times writer accused white women walking the streets of Manhattan of being systemically racist, Tucker Carlson reported.
A new telephone-based Siena College poll showed Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) with a marked drop in favorability among his neighbors since taking his leadership post.
In this week's "Street Justice," Judge Jeanine Pirro found mixed reactions to the "Shakespeare in the Park" play depicting President Trump's assassination.
A sign marking the Crooked Hill Road exit off a suburban New York parkway has been vandalized to read "Crooked Hillary."
Democrats seem to have decided since November 9 that using foul language helps them get their point across.