Does the Jewish ultra-Orthodox school system muzzle survivors of child abuse and protect those who prey on them?
Two of the detailed cars were leaking ethanol, officials say.
Around 150,000 women and girls in the U.S. are at-risk of undergoing genital mutilation.
The new Tom Clancy video game 'The Division' is a mix of secret agents, bioterrorism and political conspiracy.
The ENCRYPT Act of 2016 has bipartisan support in Congress.
The oil tycoon's departure was cheered by scientists who have campaigned for the museum to cut ties with fossil fuel companies.
The U.S. is ordering insurance companies to report the identities of people making all-cash purchases of high-end real estate.
The defendant’s house “offered no clues to the horrors that she allegedly made her two young victims endure.”
The Catholic Church has aggressively lobbied New York lawmakers to not amend the statute of limitations for sexual abuse cases.
A settlement won inmates held in isolation shorter lengths of stay, better food and other improvements.
Two seniors at the University of Rochester disappeared early Saturday morning.
The students were "held against their will" over the weekend, police said.
Deborah Leonard is accused, along with her husband, of beating her sons at a church in October.
New York can reduce as much carbon pollution as Germany—the world’s sixth largest polluter—pumps out every year.
A brief collection of Janet Delaney's photographic cityscapes show two cities emerging from the postwar white-flight years.