The inquiry, which could deal a significant blow to President Trump, is entering the final stages, and charges against Michael D. Cohen could come by the end of August.
As a new era of financial independence beckons, more than a third of the population is in poverty, unemployment remains high and wages have tumbled.
New York’s Sanitation Department removes litter baskets if they are used for household or commercial trash. Residents say it’s left sidewalks a mess.
The office is a potential firewall against an out-of-control president and a historically corrupt New York State government.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is hardly the only top prospect ready to deliver on his minor-league promise should he get a call-up when big-league rosters expand.
President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudolph Giuliani, made the comment on “Meet the Press” on Sunday in response to a question about a potential interview by the special counsel.
Since a self-driving Uber killed a pedestrian in March, the company’s executives have been divided over the future of its autonomous vehicle efforts.
A state health inspector told Brendan Mulvaney he needed a permit to sell lemonade. A national uproar followed. Now he’s back in business.
The author of the novel, from which the movie was adapted, talks about how the film is opening new doors for its cast and why it’s making white men cry.
Ceuta, a Spanish enclave on Morocco’s coast, is surrounded by a double 20-foot fence topped with barbed wire, the latest flash point for Europe-bound migrants.
Two years ago, a college student started a bicycling group in Newark designed to address the gender gap in cycling by reaching a new generation of young female riders.
Five tennis centers in the United States have received colorful makeovers this year from professional artists.
The Queen of Soul leaves a towering legacy. How will we remember her?
Chris Feliciano Arnold’s “The Third Bank of the River” is a reported and personal look at the problems plaguing the Amazon and its people.
Lugging her cumbersome camera around mid-20th century New York, Evelyn Hofer captured a rapidly changing city, slowly, sensitively and methodically.
Outside of Amsterdam, Jaap Sinke and Ferry van Tongeren make magic in their mad-scientist lab.
Larry Sloven arrived in southern China three decades ago, just as the region was taking off as the low-cost manufacturing center of the world. Since then, he has exported millions of dollars of goods, ranging from power tools to LED lights, to some of America's biggest retailers.
Global luxury brands from Prada to LVMH are investing in China for the first time since a crackdown on conspicuous spending five years ago, focusing on smaller, less developed cities even as the world's second-largest economy slows.
Cpl. Edgar Harrell's promotion to sergeant in 1945 was finally made official – 73 years later.
A wildfire in Montana's Glacier National Park is forcing more evacuations and has burned within a mile of the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road.