The parade will start at 12:00 p.m. local time at Madison Avenue from 38th Street, forming between 5th Avenue and Park Avenue.
Police believe a shopping cart was used to transport the body and dump it outside a Starbucks.
Spencer Kuvin, a lawyer who represented three of Epstein's victims, told the BBC that it was not in the billionaire's nature to commit suicide.
On Monday, a jury ruled in favor of a former New York City high school student who was severely burned when a high school chemistry class experiment went horribly wrong back in 2014. He was awarded nearly $60 million in damages from the city.
Thick plumes of smoke were seen in midtown Manhattan Monday afternoon after a helicopter made a hard landing on top of a 54-story office building.
The controversy surrounding her role in the wrongful convictions was resurrected after the release of the Netflix series "When They See Us."
The woman hurled anti-Hispanic remarks at the 33-year-old man.
The LIRR urged customers to find alternate routes after service was suspended on the Ronkonkoma and Huntington/Port Jefferson branches.
The 24,000-square-foot apartment went for $238 million. The previous record of $147 million was set in 2014.
When giant icebergs fracture from their parent shelves, scientists get worried.
Three more people were arrested on Monday and awaiting arraignment in Manhattan's criminal court, authorities confirmed.
The Trump Organization filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking $90,000 in unpaid common fees from a resident who died in an April fire inside midtown Manhattan's Trump Tower.
"If the cops hadn't pulled up, they probably would have just kept going and killed them," photojournalist Sandi Bachom told Newsweek.
There was reportedly no sign of forced entry, but Fallarino told authorities his briefcase, iPad and sneakers were missing.
Calvan Fowler, director of the documentary, "Jordan Heads," shares the significance of owning a pair of Air Jordans.
"I wish I didn't expect this and I wish I was surprised by it," Darren Martin said.
Stormy Daniels was also present at the hearing on Monday.
Weiqiang Zhang's case comes as the Trump administration talks of punishing China for the theft of intellectual property.
A "sitting president is not immune from being sued in federal court for unofficial acts," Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter ruled.
Lisa Palmer has not paid room-and-board or enrolled in any Hunter College classes for nearly two years.
Turning aerosol cans into recreational drugs is most common among children and young adults.