Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has contracted with two high-powered law firms to help it deal with a maelstrom of state and federal investigations.
Federal authorities want to know if Mayor Bill de Blasio used straw donors to feed his 2013 campaign for City Hall, according to a published report on Thursday.
Trenton, NJ – A Philadelphia woman who was arrested after she refused to answer questions during a traffic stop in New Jersey has sued state police, claiming troopers violated basic rules by arresting her for remaining silent.
The State Department has asked for a copy of the investigation into the inferno that destroyed a 160-year-old Serbian Orthodox church in the Flatiron District, FDNY officials confirm.
In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, leading pro-Israeli Christian groups are heading to the UN to condemn UNESCO’s effort to deny the Jewish nature of the Temple Mount, the holiest site in Judaism.
MIAMI — A bail hearing has been delayed for a man charged with plotting to bomb a Jewish synagogue and school in South Florida.
A photo has emerged appearing to show a Massachusetts police officer using his cell phone whilst driving his patrol car.
Ramapo police have expanded their investigation into possible other crimes involving podiatrist Ira Bernstein and his girlfriend, who are already charged with attempting to have the doctor’s wife murdered.
Fox News Correspondent Ed Henry ‘Taking Some Time Off’ After Mistress Shares Details of Alleged Affair
Ed Henry, the married Fox News chief White House correspondent, could be having some trouble of his own at home.