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NY's Trump probe over more than just 'hush-money'
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Ousted U.S. prosecutor says Barr pressed him to resign
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Supreme Court Grants NY Prosecutor Access to Trump's Financial Records
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The Last Surviving Sibling Of JFK Dies At 92
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I'm not involved' -Trump on the firing of top Manhattan prosecutor
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Starbucks Shutting Hundreds Of Cafes, Opening Pickup-only Stores
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Barr says Trump fired U.S. Attorney who refused to resign
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Supreme Court decision 'catalyst' for change: LGBT activists
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New Book: Melania Renegotiated Her Pre-Nup Before Moving Into White House
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Manhattan DA cites "possible criminal activity" at Trump Org in tax fightThe claim was made in a filing with the federal district court in New York City from lawyers with the Manhattan district attorney's office.
Trump investigation goes beyond hush money to alleged mistresses, Manhattan DA suggestsManhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance continued to fight to obtain eight years of Trump's personal and business tax records, with new documents.
Protesters call for essential worker hazard payProtesters rallied in support of essential workers Monday, chanting and carrying signs outside the Trump International Hotel in Manhattan. The group is calling on Congress to pass the HEROES Act. (July..
Personal assistant charged in tech CEO's killingA personal assistant arrested Friday in the slaying of a 33-year-old tech entrepreneur who was found dismembered inside his luxury Manhattan condo was believed to have owed his boss a "significant..
1 killed, 3 hurt in Manhattan scaffolding collapseA person died and three others were injured Thursday after scaffolding on the outside of a Manhattan building collapsed, authorities said. (July 17)
Former Manhattan Federal Prosecutor Fired by Trump to Teach at StanfordGeoffrey S. Berman will be a visiting professor of law at Stanford Law School.
AP Top Stories July 9 PHere's the latest for Thursday, July 9th: More than 1.3 million Americans filed for unemployment; U.S. Supreme Court rules on Trump taxes; Seoul missing mayor found dead; Black Lives Matter mural is..
Pelosi on SCOTUS decision: Trump not above the lawSpeaker of the House Nancy Pelosi applauded the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Manhattan district attorney's demand for Trump's tax returns by 7-2 votes. (July 9)
Top Manhattan Prosecutor Ousted by Trump Details FiringGeoffrey S. Berman told House investigators about a tense meeting in a luxury hotel room in which Attorney General William P. Barr pressured him to resign and he refused.
Amy Cooper, white woman who called police on Black bird watcher in NYC, has been chargedCooper is facing a misdemeanor charge of filing a false report, Manhattan's district attorney announced Monday.
Black Lives Matter mural painted outside NY courtsTeams of painters and artists gathered for a second day on Thursday to paint a "Black Lives Matter" mural in the middle of a street that passes federal buildings in lower Manhattan. (July 2)
U.S. Attorney Ousted by Barr Will Testify Privately Before CongressThe interview with Geoffrey S. Berman, the former top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, is part of Democrats’ inquiry into potential Justice Department politicization.
Fmr SDNY: Berman firing a 'fire alarm moment'While the standoff between Attorney General William Barr and the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan has ended, one former Assistant US Attorney is unsure the story is over. (June 22)
'Our Supreme Court did something': Iconic New York bar celebrates transgender rulingA diverse crowd of New Yorkers wearing masks and waving the rainbow pride flag gathered on Monday at the Stonewall Inn, an iconic gay bar in Manhattan, to celebrate the Supreme Court’s ruling making..
NYPD investigating after 3 officers were 'intentionally poisoned' at Shake Shack in ManhattanThe New York Police Department is investigating whether three officers were poisoned on Monday night at a Shake Shack restaurant in Manhattan.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo pledges support for Christopher Columbus statue in ManhattanGov. Andrew Cuomo, an Italian American, said the statue has come to represent the "Italian-American legacy" in New York and the country.
Cuomo expresses support for Columbus statueGov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that he supports a statue of Christopher Columbus in Manhattan. Statues of the colonizer have been targeted across the U.S. in recent days. (June 11)
Saks shields flagship New York store with razor wire, security dogs from lootersRazor wire, boarded up windows, security guards and dogs. That was the scene on Monday at the iconic Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store in Manhattan.
Stores ransacked in NYC shopping districtEarly Monday morning in Manhattan's Soho neighborhood, mobs of people rampaged down the sidewalks, smashing into numerous luxury shops to steal merchandise. (June 1)
NY protest over Minneapolis man's death in custodyDemonstrators chanting "I can't breathe" and "Black lives matter" took to Manhattan's streets on Thursday in protest of the death of a black Minnesota man who died after a police officer spent minutes..
Cuomo thanks essential workers on Memorial DayGov. Andrew Cuomo joined a private Memorial Day ceremony at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in Manhattan, where he spoke of the sacrifices of military members and essential workers who lost their..
NYC food pantry demand soarsThe demand for food at a soup kitchen in Manhattan is doubling every couple of weeks. (May 20)
NYC store owner 'frustrated' by delayed stimulusA merchant in New York City says he is still awaiting money from the federal paycheck protection program. Bijan Hedvat, who owns nine women's clothing stores in Manhattan, had to furlough his employees..
Supreme Court likely to reject Trump immunity bidAfter more than 3 hours of questions and arguments, the US Supreme Court did not reach a consensus on how to handle subpoenas from Congress and the Manhattan district attorney for President Donald..
New York's Democratic presidential primary reinstated after Andrew Yang, Bernie Sanders sueA federal judge in Manhattan ruled Tuesday that New York must hold the primary on June 23, contending that canceling it would be unconstitutional.
Manhattan is the Inferno of coronavirus, but I wouldn't live anywhere elseI asked myself why did I ever want to live in Manhattan. The city is on pause now, but when the new future comes, I will still be here.
Orlando Moncada, a Building Foreman in Manhattan, Dies at 56Mr. Moncada, who died of the coronavirus, left Peru 40 years ago in pursuit of the American dream. He then grabbed it with both hands.
Cathedral Hospital Plan Stalls Amid Concern Over Evangelical RoleLeaders of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan were upset by the involvement of Samaritan’s Purse, led by the Rev. Franklin Graham.
Trump family loses bid to move marketing scam lawsuit to arbitrationA federal judge in Manhattan rejected an effort by U.S. President Donald Trump and his adult children to send a lawsuit accusing them of exploiting their family name to promote a marketing scam into..
Manhattan office leases slump in March as coronavirus grips cityOffice leasing activity in Manhattan fell almost by half in March from the prior month as the coronavirus outbreak halted business activity in New York City, the U.S. epicenter of the pandemic, a..
Live Coronavirus News and UpdatesA 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship docked in Manhattan, while new questions were raised about China’s case tally. Oil prices plummeted and Macy’s said it would furlough the majority of its workers.
Navy hospital ship arrives to help New York battle coronavirusA 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship docked in Manhattan on Monday and a field hospital was going up in Central Park for coronavirus patients, as officials in New York City, the epicenter of a widening U.S...
Train Operator Killed in a Subway Fire in ManhattanSixteen people were injured in the blaze at the 110th Street Central Park North subway stop that officials believe was deliberately set.
Chef Floyd Cardoz, former 'Top Chef Masters' star, dies of coronavirus at 59Floyd Cardoz, the pioneering chef who made his mark at Tabla in Manhattan, died after returning from India where he co-owned two restaurants.
U.S. judge dismisses lawsuit seeking to avert 2020 census undercountA federal judge in Manhattan has dismissed a lawsuit accusing the Trump administration of depriving the U.S. Census Bureau of funding needed to avert an undercount of racial and ethnic minorities in..
Empire State Building closes observation deck on coronavirus fearsThe Empire State Building's observation deck has been closed to the public to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmissions, the owner of the iconic Manhattan landmark said on Tuesday.
New York governor says 82-year-old woman is state's first COVID-19 deathAn 82-year-old woman who previously suffered from emphysema died at a Manhattan hospital of COVID-19, becoming New York state's first coronavirus-related death, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday.
From $1 billion Musk trial to jury duty being put on hold, coronavirus hits U.S. courtsThe coronavirus pandemic has begun to impact the U.S. court system, halting civil and criminal jury trials in high-profile venues such as Manhattan's federal court and delaying a $1 billion trial..
Harvey Weinstein has heart surgery, will be transferred to Rikers, reports sayConvicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein is being transferred from Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan to the New York City jail on Rikers Island.
Second coronavirus case confirmed in New York state, U.S. cases top 100A man who lives in a New York suburb and works in Manhattan tested positive for the novel coronavirus, bringing the total confirmed cases in the state to two, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday.
'This Land is Your Land' lawsuit dismissed by U.S. judgeA federal judge in Manhattan on Friday dismissed a lawsuit claiming that Woody Guthrie's iconic 1940 folk song "This Land is Your Land" belongs to the public.
Weinstein stays at hospital a day after his sexual assault convictionFormer movie producer Harvey Weinstein was receiving medical attention at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan on Tuesday, his spokesman said, a day after a New York jury convicted him of sexual assault and..
After a Four Seasons breakfast, Harvey Weinstein sent to dank New York jailHarvey Weinstein's day began with expensive coffee and Acqua Panna mineral water at a breakfast meeting with his lawyers in a Four Seasons hotel near Manhattan's criminal courts.
Weinstein accuser: Verdict is dream fulfilledWeinstein accuser Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, who says she was assaulted by the Hollywood producer in 2015, told reporters outside a Manhattan courthouse on Monday her dream was fulfilled following the..
On This Day: 21 February 1965Civil rights activist Malcolm X was assassinated in Manhattan. (Feb. 21)