WASHINGTON — Seven hackers tied to the Iranian government were charged Thursday in a series of punishing cyberattacks on dozens of banks and a small dam outside New York City, intrusions that reached into America's infrastructure and disrupted the financial…
By Colleen Long, Associated Press
NEW YORK — Police and the FBI are investigating a threatening letter sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump's son Eric that contained a white powder, two law enforcement officials said Friday.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The cast of “Hamilton” is at the White House for an unusual performance of songs from the mega-hit Broadway show.
By Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — In three consecutive years, Donald Trump has received a property tax credit for people with incomes of less $500,000.
By Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Calling a New York judge's ruling "an unprecedented limitation" on judicial authority, the Justice Department has asked a Brooklyn federal court to reverse a decision that said Apple Inc. wasn't required to pry open a locked iPhone.
By Jonathan Lemire and Emily Swanson, Associated Press
NEW YORK — By wide margins, Americans of all ideologies say they have no interest in voting former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the White House, suggesting that the billionaire media mogul would have significant headwinds should he mount…
By Associated Press
The Rev. Al Sharpton says he met one-on-one with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Wednesday at a Harlem landmark, where they discussed issues that affect the African-American community around the country.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch plans to visit six cities in the coming months to highlight police departments she sees as role models for law enforcement.
By Larisa Epatko
Remember that favorite book from your childhood, the one that made you fall in love with reading? One organization in New York wants your experiences with books to predate even that.
By PBS NewsHour
Starting this weekend, visitors to New York's American Museum of Natural History can get close up view of what scientists believe may be the biggest creature to have ever walked the earth. The discovery represents huge gains for modern paleontology.
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