The decision to end a yearslong civil rights investigation was made by Attorney General William Barr and was announced the day before the five-year anniversary of the deadly encounter, just as the statute of limitations was set to expire.
By Michael Balsamo, Michael R. Sisak, Colleen Long, Tom Hays, Associated Press
Federal prosecutors said Tuesday that they won't bring criminal charges against a white New York City police officer in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner, a black man whose dying words — "I can't breathe" — became a rallying…
By Courtney Norris and Michael Balsamo, Michael R. Sisak, Colleen Long, Tom Hays, Associated Press
Fans and players gathered in New York Wednesday to celebrate the World Cup title of the U.S. women's soccer team. The repeat champions received honorary keys to the city from Mayor Bill de Blasio and expressed gratitude to their supporters…
The law New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed Monday could give Congress a way around the president's refusal to release his returns.
By David Klepper, Associated Press
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport, Ilana Bernstein
“Be More Chill,” a Broadway musical written by Joe Tracz and scored by Joe Iconis, explores the emotional rollercoaster of growing up -- with a magical twist. The show’s release comes on the heels of several other successful musicals about…
By Hari Sreenivasan
In 2015, actress Maddie Corman’s life became a nightmare when her husband was arrested for having child pornography on his computer. Now Corman has written an emotional play, "Accidentally Brave," about the harrowing experience. Hari Sreenivasan sits down with Corman…
By Tom Hays, Michael Sisak, Associated Press
Officials called the man's threatening statements "aspirational" and said they never had reached a stage that endangered the public.
By Michael Hill, Ted Shafrey, Associated Press
A vehicle loaded with West Point cadets on summer training overturned in rough, wooded terrain Thursday, killing one cadet and injuring several others, according to the U.S. Military Academy.
By Associated Press
Declawing a cat is already illegal in much of Europe as well as in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver.
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