She disappeared by the time security got to the scene, and was apparently unharmed.
“My wife had to stay out of the exhibit with my sleeping son, so I wanted to capture a lot of video,” the videographer explained. “Then this magic happened.”
Food and manufacturing workers in the Bronx are calling for higher wages and better health care. Their congresswoman joined them.
Black and brown activists are demolishing a pervasive — and racist — media narrative about protests against police brutality.
“If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care,” the congressman said while asking for the chance to speak at a news conference.
Six other big cats have also developed symptoms, the zoo said in a statement.
"This is for us," the Bronx, New York-born member of Congress said of the stairway that has now become a tourist attraction.
Zoo officials are now pursuing a criminal trespass charge against the unidentified woman.
Mulkeen, 33, died Sunday in the Bronx after being shot three times, officials said.
Jamaal Bowman is hoping to unseat Rep. Eliot Engel, a 30-year veteran.
The "Pitch Perfect" star had all kinds of adventures in the Bronx with the Showtime talk-show hosts.
"Folks talking about my voice can step right off," tweeted the Democratic New York lawmaker.
At an MSNBC town hall, the freshman congresswoman vowed to build a base strong enough to challenge the "market fundamentalists."
The congresswoman said she won't disclose the location of her current home due to safety concerns.
A South Bronx school started by a child welfare agency has gradually found answers for educating youth in foster care.
“I don't want to go to a different country. I want to live in my country. Why am I forced to now leave my own home because of this racism and this fear?” Sondos al-Silwi is planning to move to Yemen so that she and her infant daughter can be with her husband. Why? Because of Trump’s Travel Ban.
The Nonhuman Rights Project has filed a legal petition aimed at moving Happy from the New York City zoo to a sanctuary.
Meet Amanda Septimo, the 27-year-old South Bronx native running for State Assembly in the poorest congressional district in the US. Her run for office is nothing if not personal, inspired not by years of political neglect and failed legislation in her community. At a moment where the progressive party has the spotlight in New York City, Amanda is hoping that the systemic poverty plaguing her district becomes part of the outrage.
Authorities said a 14th person is still wanted in the teen's stabbing outside a New York City bodega.
This is no classic Bronx tale.