At a hearing Tuesday in New York, which former President Donald Trump attended via video conference, Judge Juan Merchan ordered Trump to obey a protective order or face a possible contempt ruling.
A spokesperson for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan says the couple were followed by photographers in cars in New York. The couple's office says the pair and Meghan's mother were followed by vehicles after leaving a charity event on Tuesday.
New York's attorney general is suing a Georgia gun accessory manufacturer for selling a magazine lock that can be easily removed to attach high-capacity magazines. The magazine lock supplied by Woodstock-based Mean Arms allowed a white gunman to insert multiple 30-round magazines to the AR-15 he used in the racist 2022 Buffalo massacre.
The annual Met Gala fundraiser pays tribute to designer Karl Lagerfeld, who has a controversial legacy in the fashion industry.
Santos enters the race as an underdog — abandoned by many fellow Republicans while facing investigations over a myriad of allegations about falsehoods during his last campaign.
Earlier this week, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing in Manhattan about New York City's crime problem. But experts say there is no problem.
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.
The car carrying Kaylin Gillis, 20, was turning around after her friends realized they had made mistakenly gone to the wrong address. The 65-year-old homeowner fired at them from his porch.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: While Donald Trump was being arraigned, Georgia's Marjorie Taylor Greene was forced away from a rally she planned to lead. The former president would later address the public from his Mar-a-Lago home.
Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp vetoes his first bill of the year.
Donald Trump ripped from a well-worn page in his playbook Tuesday night — lashing out with a speech that was at times full of lies and conspiracies. And that's really no surprise.
Vermont is inching closer to passing a bill to make school meals free for all public school students. It could be the next to join five other states to make the move after pandemic-era benefits.
For Passover, many Jews clean their homes and cars. The New York attorney general's office said there are reports of car washes raising their prices 50% for Jewish customers ahead of Passover.
Trump has been invited to testify before a Manhattan grand jury, typically the last step before a criminal indictment. Trump could become the first former president in U.S. history to be indicted.
Ralphie the Frenchie has been adopted several times, but has been sent back to the Niagara SPCA in New York due to behavioral issues.
The owl escaped after its enclosure was vandalized nearly two weeks ago. Zoo officials were worried he wouldn't be able to hunt and eat because he's used to captivity, but that's no longer a concern.