With tens of thousands of New Yorkers fleeing the high-tax state amid the coronavirus pandemic under and Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s leadership, the embattled governor is cracking down on housing discrimination.
Because of remote work and collapse of the travel and tourism industry during the coronavirus pandemic in the last year, American drivers hit the road for the fewest miles since 2001, according to the Department of Transportation.
A Florida sheriff’s department is now investigating whether a county commissioner violated state law after creating a vaccine VIP list and helping establish coronavirus pop-up clinics in two wealthy ZIP codes.
An investigation into allegations of racism following an incident at Massachusetts' Smith College has been thrust back into the public spotlight this week amidst the liberal arts school's public disagreement with former administrative assistant Jodi Shaw.
A California school board member is facing criticism after comparing reopening schools amid uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus vaccination rollout to “White supremacist ideology” and “slavery” in a meeting earlier this week.
A Kentucky man was sentenced Thursday to 36 years in prison for running a violent drug and sex trafficking operation that forced young drug-addicted women to prostitute themselves and sell illicit drugs in the Lexington area, prosecutors said.
A Chinese American group on Tuesday issued a public letter forcefully denouncing critical race theory as a “hateful, divisive” and “manipulative fraud” that has infected nearly every facet of society and must be stopped.
There is new intelligence suggesting militia groups have expressed a desire to "blow up" the Capitol building and "kill as many members as possible" on the day President Biden addresses Congress, U.S. Capitol Police Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman revealed Thursday during a House hearing regarding the Jan. 6 insurrection.