CHICAGO — With multiple homes, a full-time private chef, vacations, entertainment and $746 for pet care, Alicia Stephenson needs more than $400,000 a month to meet her living expenses, according to testimony from a financial expert who specializes in divorces.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, the country’s elite military force, is sending assets to infiltrate the United States and Europe at the direction of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, according to recent Farsi-language comments from an Iranian military leader.
A credit card scammer has cut a swath of misery across the city, ripping off about $40,000 from people in 13 different neighborhoods, police said Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles news anchor Lu Parker was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing a pair of headphones from a passenger-screening area at Los Angeles International Airport.
Long Island – A suburban New York police chief who orchestrated a department cover-up after beating a handcuffed man for stealing embarrassing items from his SUV has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison. Federal prosecutors have indicated other charges may be looming for accomplices who helped cover up the crime.
The arrest of a police sergeant’s live-in boyfriend has reportedly launched a multi-agency probe into allegations that gay cops in upstate New York may have hosted or participated in sex parties attended by teens not old enough to drink booze or give consent.
Police on Wednesday released surveillance video showing a vicious sucker-punch that led to the death of a 64-year-old man in Queens.
Violent skirmishes broke out Wednesday morning at the Western Wall as Reform, Conservative and Women of the Wall leaders and activists brought 14 Torah scrolls into the site in defiance of administrative regulations.
The suspect in the deadly ambush shootings of two Iowa police officers appears to have argued with local cops in a recent video after he brought a Confederate flag to a high school sports game.
Mayor de Blasio’s efforts to have it both ways on policing just bit him where it hurts: Federal Judge Charles Haight has tossed a proposed settlement of two lawsuits involving the NYPD’s counterterrorism intelligence-gathering.