E. Jean Carroll’s case may fail thanks to broad protections granted to federal officials and employees. She still plans to file a separate suit accusing the ex-president of rape.
Louis A. Molina, New York City’s jail commissioner, told his senior staff to ensure that a dying man was “off the department’s count.”
The estimate by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office gauged the cost over 30 years, though the bulk of the effects to the economy would be felt over the next decade.
The proposal for 12 movable sea barriers across waterways like Jamaica Bay replaces a disputed plan for a single, larger outer-harbor wall.
The comments by the national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, illustrate how quickly the rhetoric has intensified as Russia has faltered on the battlefield in recent months.
The bulldozer has become a symbol of oppression in India. Its appearance in a New Jersey parade has exposed fault lines between the region’s Hindu and Muslim communities.
Their fund-raising dwarfed by their Democratic rivals, Republican nominees including Blake Masters and Mehmet Oz have been in Washington gathering cash from lobbyists.
The film festival gave Meg Smaker’s “Jihad Rehab” a coveted spot in its 2022 lineup, but apologized after an outcry over her race and her approach.
A $50 million facility in upstate New York is trying to teach officers the thing they’ll need most during the next mass shooting: bravery.
Mr. LePage, a former governor who is seeking to reclaim the office, has along with his wife benefited from property tax breaks reserved for permanent Florida residents, public records show.
The Russian president has rejected requests from commanders in the field that they be allowed to retreat from Kherson, a vital city in Ukraine’s south.
New voting equipment will be installed in Coffee County, where allies of former President Donald J. Trump copied software and other data after the 2020 election.
The police said Shakim Devega, a patient at the Brooklyn facility, died from neck trauma, but no official cause has been determined. No charges were filed.
The lawsuit filed this week by the state’s attorney general, Letitia James, is based on the same statute that was used against Exxon Mobil, Juul and UBS.
Latin American sheepherders, here on work visas, do the same nomadic work that European immigrants did before them. But do they have a shot at the American dream?
Judges this week highlighted the gap between Mr. Trump’s public claims that he declassified everything and his lawyers’ reluctance to repeat that claim in a courtroom.
With over 10,000 asylum seekers crowding homeless shelters, the city will erect temporary structures to hold new arrivals for their first few days.
Millions earmarked for the needy in the nation’s poorest state instead went to projects that benefited the well-to-do, the state alleges, including a volleyball stadium at Mr. Favre’s alma mater.
Lina Sardar Khil was 3 when she barely escaped a terrorist attack during the fall of Afghanistan. While living in San Antonio, she went out to play — and has not been seen since.
Mayor Eric Adams is reassessing how New York City’s so-called 3-K for All program, a top priority of his predecessor, fits into his administration’s strategy.
A federal judge had temporarily barred the department from using the records marked as classified in its inquiry into whether the former president illegally retained national defense documents.
Neighbors are moving ruined appliances and, with brooms and shovels, wiping away the mud that coats their homes. They learned from Hurricane Maria not to wait for official help.
From home aides to doctors, people in health care fields offered more than just medical advice for people getting through the pandemic. They offered comfort.
The former president insists he shouldn’t have to state in a legal proceeding that he declassified the documents, while casting doubt on their status.
Gov. Kathy Hochul said the installations, which grew from a pilot project after a mass shooting in Brooklyn, would allay riders’ anxiety.
The footage raises new questions about efforts by Trump affiliates in a number of swing states to gain access to and copy sensitive voting software after the 2020 election.
The Council’s 51 districts are being redrawn, but an initial effort that put Manhattan’s upscale Sutton Place in a Queens district drew lots of criticism.
Major data gaps, the result of decades of underinvestment in public health, have undercut the government response to the coronavirus and now to monkeypox.
A measure to provide more money for local police departments has become mired in a long-running debate among Democrats about the politics of crime, as Republicans step up attacks.
The sheriff of Bexar County, Texas, said it was clear that many of the 48 migrants flown to Massachusetts had been misled and lured away to score political points.
Frank Carone, a Brooklyn power broker who has drawn scrutiny for his past business dealings, says he will lead the mayor’s re-election campaign.
Lever Alejos, who was delivered to the nation’s capital courtesy of Gov. Greg Abbott, has found plenty of work. ‘I feel fortunate the governor put me on a bus to Washington.’
A persistent pandemic-driven downturn has caused revenue from business and personal-income taxes to fall in New York City, while tourism and job losses have yet to recover.
Democrats and Republicans are running parallel campaigns, with one party emphasizing abortion and democracy, the other inflation and the economy — and both talking past each other.
Mazars USA delivered an initial set of documents related to the former president’s finances to the House Oversight Committee as part of a settlement.
The state’s Department of Education issued guidelines that would require students to file legal documents to be called by different pronouns.
The new vaccine campaign is one of the country’s last remaining strategies, as masks have fallen away and quarantines have diminished. So far, the rollout is methodical but muted.
Erin Merdy, who is charged with killing her three children, had struggled with money, men and mental health. Now, she is accused of one of New York’s worst crimes against children in recent memory.
Six Republican nominees for governor and the Senate in key midterm states, all backed by Donald Trump, would not commit to accepting the November outcome. Five others did not answer the question.
Whether he is invited or not, the former president keeps holding rallies in battleground states. It reflects an awkward dance as Republican candidates try to win over general-election voters.