Former prosecutor Mark Pomerantz criticized the Manhattan DA in a resignation letter, stating the former president was "guilty of numerous felony violations."
The electric vehicle charging company wants its network to be more inviting to people switching from gas-powered cars to EVs.
Taxis will begin showing up in the app for Uber users in New York City later this spring.
One of the prosecutors who was investigating Donald Trump in Manhattan said the team "harbors no doubt about whether he committed crimes."
In his resignation letter, prosecutor Mark Pomerantz said it is a "grave failure of justice" that the former president is not being held accountable.
Former Manhattan prosecutor Mark F. Pomerantz reportedly claimed that he had proven Trump's guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt."
Mayor Eric Adams said the city is prepared to continue to take complaints about the mandate for private sector workers, and also to lift it at the right time.
Lauren Pazienza turned herself in to the New York Police Department a week after Barbara Maier Gustern's death.
Police said they believe there could be more victims connected to the case in upstate New York.
A representative for the show told Newsweek there are inaccuracies in what's stated in the petition.
According to police, a post-mortem found the 17-year-old boy "to be severely underweight with bedsores covering a significant portion of his body."
The defendants allegedly took part in schemes including blackmailing a congressional candidate with claims of prostitution and trying to bribe an IRS employee.
The report states that the New York Department of Health underreported the number of deaths in nursing homes by at least 4,100.
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"I am here to announce that we got our man," Washington, D.C., Metro Police Department Chief Robert Contee said on Tuesday.
Tammel Esco was arrested on charges of attempted murder and assault after he allegedly beat an Asian woman.
The man arrested on suspicion of stabbing two museum workers had been denied entry for other alleged "disorderly conduct" at the museum in recent days.
"Mate, I wouldn't know which one to turn at first when I'm sober, I think that's a problem with the test," one Redditor commented.
The U.S. is coming after Russian oligarchs who hide their money in luxury New York real estate. But finding those assets won't be easy.
"We are still looking into the motive, but based on her history, she's capable of a lot of evil things out there," NYPD Chief John Chell said.
"There's a safe way to get rid of oxygen tanks—and it's NOT in the trash," said New York City's Sanitation Department.
Doug Waterbury was arrested, charged with violating an agreement stating he would not go near his properties or tenants after he was accused of sexual harassment, authorities said.
"As gun violence continues to plague our communities, eliminating ghost guns has become more important than ever," New York AG Letitia James said.
Axos Bank CEO Gregory Garrabrants has contributed $50,000 to Republican campaigns, including $9,600 in support of Trump.
"There are no arrests and the investigation remains ongoing," a spokesperson for the NYPD told Newsweek.
Branson, 61, allegedly received thousands of dollars from the Russian government to run the Russian Center New York, which she founded in 2012.
The mask mandate in schools in New York City was lifted on Monday, but not every school district is on board.
Derrick DeMaria was arrested for allegedly having "stolen property" just minutes after helping individuals move their personal belongings.
The juror came under scrutiny upon revealing after Maxwell was already convicted that he was abused as a child.
One of the brands says on its website that it is a Massachusetts-based small business that started importing Russian vodka in 2007.