A vandal smashed dozens of LinkNYC kiosks in Manhattan throughout Manhattan, police said as they raised the total of damaged screens Wednesday.
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A white Louisiana man is charged with a hate crime after allegedly running down an interracial couple
Rivian on Wednesday announced an equity investment of $500 million from Ford Motor Company.
Authorities say a woman was killed when she fell into a meat grinder at a processing plant in northern Pennsylvania
No injuries have been reported after train cars carrying ethanol derailed in Fort Worth and caught fire
Melinda Gates, in an interview with CNBC's Becky Quick, said people living in developing countries "want to live in these types of capitalistic societies."
Domino's reported earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
Tesla investors await updates on service improvements, the Shanghai Gigafactory and Model 3 margins.
Residents of Pecan Acres are some of America's first climate refugees. The plan to move them could become a blueprint for other endangered towns.
Caterpillar is reporting first-quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
Boeing's first-quarter earnings report is expected before the market opens on Wednesday.
AT&T posted a surprise gain in first quarter net wireless subscribers who pay a monthly bill.
Homebuyers had been brushing off the slight rise in rates over the past few weeks, but as those rates move even higher, buyers are now pulling back.
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Five people are accused in the abuse and rape of a 12-year-old Louisiana girl
As the presidential nominating contest narrows next year, there may not be room for two white men under 50 who present themselves as mainstream progressives.
Among 10 Things to Know: Sri Lanka easter bombings death toll rises to 359; Kim Jong Un in far-eastern Russia for meeting with Vladimir Putin; White candidates are talking about systemic racism to prove that America's racial divisions aren't lost on them
A one-time aide to former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is facing resentencing for her role in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal
Local residents, hunters and wildlife enthusiasts have filed a lawsuit challenging approval by state and federal officials of a new bridge on the North Carolina coast
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Two Kentucky daycare workers have been charged over an online video that shows one of them scaring a toddler with a doll
Authorities say a man angry he was locked out of his house after a night out in South Carolina has shot and killed his girlfriend's son
An Alabama police department is investigating a video of an arrest that shows two Tuscaloosa police officers punching and using a baton to hit a woman during a traffic stop
Marvin Hajos, 75, was killed by a cassowary that he kept on his property. Now, it will go up for auction with about 100 other exotic animals he owned.
As homeland security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen became increasingly worried about Russian attempts to influence the 2020 election. But she couldn’t discuss it at high-level White House meetings.
Mr. Byrd, a 49-year-old black man, was dragged behind a truck for miles in an act of unfathomable brutality. John William King is set to be put to death on Wednesday for his role in the killing.
Officers found Reynard Green inside the mansion in Baton Rouge around 6 a.m. on April 17, sleeping near a broken antique table.
Drivers will have to pay to enter the heart of Manhattan starting in 2021, but the specifics have yet to be decided.
Mr. Moore’s past columns and appearances contain potential roadblocks to confirmation — including a history of writing about women in unflattering terms.
U.S. government debt prices were higher Wednesday morning, as market focus remains on corporate results.
Robert Durst’s lawyers plan to attack the veracity of a documentary that played a major role in the decision to charge him with murdering his friend.
A Maryland woman has been indicted on charges of vehicular manslaughter and vehicular homicide in a February wreck that killed a man and five children
Market focus is largely attuned to earnings season, after better-than-feared figures from major companies in the previous session helped the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes reach record closing highs.
When Boeing reports financial results, the first quarter numbers will take a back seat to any updates on the 737 Max
Authorities say eight people have been injured after a motorist deliberately drove into them in Sunnyvale
A controversial proposal to increase housing near transportation and job hubs faces a key test as California lawmakers search for solutions to the state's housing affordability crisis
Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten is getting another chance at being released
San Francisco port commissioners have approved a proposal to put a temporary homeless shelter along the Embarcadero
Prosecutors in the case of a Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman have been hammering away at what could be a key element of the defense
A man who orchestrated the June 1998 dragging death of James Byrd Jr. faces execution in Texas
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority seems poised to allow the Trump administration to add a question on citizenship to the 2020 census.
The special counsel stopped short of declaring whether acts by the president were illegal attempts to impede the investigation. But his report is a detailed map to conclusions.
Incomplete body camera footage from a police-involved shooting in Connecticut raises more questions than answers. Ray Villeda reports.
A man was stabbed on a basketball court at Brooklyn Bridge Park on Tuesday, police say. Checkey Beckford reports.
Mr. Biden, ahead in the polls but behind financially, is seeking out top money bundlers, but that risks a backlash among grass-roots Democrats.
Police are seeking help identifying a “disoriented” woman who was checked into a Manhattan hospital last week.
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In 1974 and 1998, articles of impeachment against Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Bill Clinton focused on the corrupt use of power to frustrate lawful investigations.
The owner of a famed Chicago popcorn business has sued a former employee, accusing her of stealing thousands of files including information about its secret recipes
An attacker randomly punched a man in the arm after using anti-gay slurs, the NYPD said.
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In raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products at its stores, the drugstore chain joined other retailers and lawmakers seeking to curb teenagers’ use.
The California utility and two others says higher rates are needed to pay for safety improvements and to offset the financial risk of more frequent wildfires.
The administration’s refusals to provide documents and testimony to Democrats could lead to clashes in court as the president seeks to stave off inquiries into his personal and political matters.
Legislation that would restore voting rights to convicted felons except murderers and felony sex offenders is another step closer to passage in the Florida House
A suburban Atlanta woman has pleaded guilty to killing her husband and four children and seriously injuring another daughter in 2017
A driver who allegedly fled the scene after fatally hitting an 89-year-old woman as she was leaving church on Easter weekend has been arrested, police said.
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A federal judge in Oregon says he intends to block a rule change by President Donald Trump's administration that could cut off federal funding for providers who refer patients for an abortion
A federal judge approves plan by bankrupt California utility to pay $235 million in employee bonuses this year
Members of a group that has been detaining migrants at the border are facing eviction from a town that would like to see them gone.
Facial recognition technology is rolling out at airport gates across the country, but some travelers say it's an invasion of privacy.
Several airlines are testing out facial recognition software — but some travelers say they're not on board. Jummy Olabanji reports.
It is a first in the fight against the opioid crisis -- a major drug distribution company based in New York is now facing criminal charges. Ray Villeda reports.
Jorge was driving a friend’s car in December 2017 when a police officer in Long Island stopped him. Because the car’s registration had expired, and because Jorge was driving without a license, the officer...
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Florida House debates GOP bill to require local law enforcement agencies to cooperate with federal immigration authorities and banning so-called "sanctuary city" policies
People are giving public testimony at a San Francisco port commission meeting over whether to approve a new homeless center in a waterfront neighborhood
The man convicted of killing Karina Vetrano, a 30-year-old Queens woman who went out for a run in her neighborhood park one summer day and never came home, was sentenced to life in prison with no chance...
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy plans to dramatically increase the cost of permits and licenses needed to carry a gun in the state. Brian Thompson reports.
Police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted a woman in a Prospect Heights apartment building. Marc Santia reports.
His comments seemed to contradict Facebook’s own estimates that Russian ads and social-media posts reached 126 million Americans during the election.
A final farewell continued Tuesday for one of two local marines who made the ultimate sacrifice. Greg Cergol reports.