The controversy began when two male partners wanted to change their twins in the men's locker room.
The exhibition coincides with the book's 50th anniversary.
In a new complaint, immigrant advocates allege CBP mistreats asylum-seekers.
If confirmed, Loretta Lynch would become the first African-American woman to lead the Department of Justice
ICE kept Davino Watson locked up as he offered proof of his citizenship, and even tried to deport him
Murdough was a homeless former marine when he died in the city-run jail last winter.
Joselyn Martinez found her father's killer, Justo Santos, through online searches.
A just filed lawsuit alleges that traffic checkpoints in Queens violate the U.S. Constitution
There are also thousands more infectious disease diagnoses.
One neighbor tells Newsweek he has yet to receive a call from the city's Department of Health.
The executive behind broadcast newcomers Escape and Grit is capitalizing on cable's decline.
The New York City comptroller's report details soaring violence and costs in Department of Correction institutions.
NBC's LGBT employee group, OUT@NBCUniversal, is set to participate in the next parade, but activists want it to pull out
Orthodox Calendar uses humor and "homoerotic" poses to protest anti-gay attitudes in the Eastern Church
Is the village of Bloomingburg, New York, trying to slow growth—or block Ultra-Orthodox Jews from moving in?
The finding comes amid intensified public discussion of increased obesity rates.
The suit, filed in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, alleges civil rights violations
Researchers argue in a new paper that scans show that SSRIs immediately affect brain connections.
Yuhua Liu, who was cleared of the charge, says his civil rights were violated.
Parade organizers will let an LGBT group march under its banner, reversing a long-standing policy.
The comments can be seen on a privately run Web forum for NYPD members