Trump isn’t in danger of going to jail. He isn’t required to be in court, either, and his lawyers have indicated he most likely won’t testify.
A parking garage collapsed Tuesday in lower Manhattan’s Financial District, killing one worker, injuring five and crushing cars as concrete floors fell on top of each other, officials said.
For the first time in three decades, the U.S. has a new favorite dog breed, according to the American Kennel Club.
Anger briefly turned physical at Payton Gendron’s sentencing when he was charged by a man in the audience, who was quickly restrained.
Two Florida residents schemed to peddle a diary and other items belonging to President Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley to the conservative group Project Veritas for $40,000, prosecutors said.
Prosecutors are disavowing the convictions of three men who spent decades in prison for one of the most horrifying crimes of New York’s violent 1990s — the killing of a clerk who was set on fire in a subway toll booth.
District attorneys in New York say they have asked for investigative materials from the inquiry that found Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed at least 11 women.
The rule is expected to affect about 340,000 city employees, making the city one of the largest employers in the U.S. to take such action.
The Grammy-nominated performer produced the songs “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up (Up in Here)” and rapped with a trademark delivery that was often paired with growls, barks and “What!” as an ad-lib.
When Labrador retrievers first topped the chart in 1991, French bulldogs ranked a distant 82nd.
Instead of closing schools and giving students snow days, the latest winter storm is shutting down vaccination sites and snarling other pandemic-related services.
Two men identified as members of the Proud Boys have been indicted on federal conspiracy and other charges in the Capitol riot as prosecutors raise the stakes in some of the slew of cases stemming from the Jan. 6 insurrection.
The anniversary is a complicated occasion in a maelstrom of a year.
Daniel Prude died March 30 when his family took him off life support, seven days after officers who encountered him running naked through the street put a hood over his head to stop him from spitting, then held him down for about two minutes until he stopped breathing.
Americans from Texas to Maine sweated out a steamy Saturday as a heat wave canceled events from festivals to horse races and pushed New York City to order power-saving steps to avoid overtaxing the electrical grid.