Support for New York’s controversial bail reform is collapsing amid media reports of defendants being released and committing more crimes, a survey said Monday.
A new study finds that New York and New Jersey are losing more residents than any other states. New York topped the list, losing 307,190 residents, and New Jersey came in second with 97,124 residents moving out.
A senior US official said Friday the United States and the Taliban have reached a truce agreement that will take effect “very soon” and could lead to withdrawals of American troops from Afghanistan, The Associated Press reports.
The US Navy seized a ship carrying 150 Iranian missiles, the American military announced Thursday. The USS Normandy warship found the weapons after boarding a dhow in the Arabian Sea on Sunday. The weapons were reportedly bound for Yemen.
A wide-scope CIA intelligence operation included listening to and intercepting the most sensitive messages from countries around the world, including U.S. allies, according to a Washington Post study this week. The Americans reportedly broke into encrypted information systems for decades through a particularly sophisticated program.
Honda has announced a recall for perhaps one of the most common vehicles used in the Jewish community nationwide, the Honda Odyssey minivan. The recall is over a wiring harness running to a third-row power outlet that may have been pinched and damaged during manufacturing, creating the risk of a fire.
New York businessman Andrew Yang and Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) suspended their presidential campaigns on Tuesday evening after poor showings in the New Hampshire primary.
United States District Judge Victor Marrero ruled in favor of the $26 billion T-Mobile-Sprint merger on February 11th, according to The New York Times and other news outlets. The transaction will bring together the third and fourth largest wireless carriers in the United States and create a new industry rival for AT&T and Verizon.
An attempt by Iran to launch a satellite into orbit failed Sunday, the Iranian state television outlet Fars reported Sunday evening. The launch failed to deploy the satellite into orbit, however, Iranian television reported, due to low rocket speed.
The New York State real estate world has been thrown into chaos after New York States attempt to regulate the cost of renting an apartment may have killed an industry. The new law enacted in 2019, the Statewide Housing Security & Tenant Protection Act, prohibits a landlord’s agents from charging a commission on rentals.
The White House said Thursday that the U.S. has killed Qassim al-Rimi, the leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. A White House statement said al-Rimi was killed in Yemen but did not say when. The counterterrorism operation was conducted at the direction of President Donald Trump.
Mark Frerichs, a civil engineer who routinely travels to conflict zones to consult on logistical contracts, was abducted in Khost, a province near the Pakistan border, according to Newsweek, citing US officials who spoke anonymously.
The US Senate on Wednesday afternoon voted on the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. They acquitted the President on both articles.
An official who was participating in Iowa’s Democratic caucus Monday said the app set up to help tabulate the results simply wasn’t working creating a polling chaos that has each candidate claiming victory.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the first drug to treat life-threatening peanut allergies in children. The new drug — AR101, or Palforzia — does not provide a cure for allergy sufferers, but it helps increase their tolerance to small quantities of peanuts and decrease the risk of a reaction to accidental exposure.
A man who was shot dead by police after attacking people in south London on Sunday had been recently released from prison after serving time for terror offenses, the BBC reports.
An alleged al Qaeda leader somehow slipped through immigration and was arrested in Phoenix Friday evening. The arrest comes following an extradition request from the Iraqi government.
Two people were wounded Sunday afternoon in what appears to be a terror related stabbing in London. Police responding to the stabbing reportedly shot the terrorist dead.
At least seven school districts near Cincinnati temporarily shut down after more than 1,000 students were absent with flu symptoms, and more kids and teachers were getting sick.
Top aides to Speaker Carl Heastie are meeting with panicked rank-and-file Assembly Democrats who are demanding changes to the controversial bail reform law.
Houses of worship vulnerable to bias attacks would be eligible for government-funded security grants — a change in New York State policy — under a $25 million proposal announced Thursday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
The longest known Southwest drug-smuggling tunnel into the United States has been discovered at the Mexican border. The intricate underground pathway is more than three-quarters of a mile long and features a rail system and an elevator.