Attorney Michael Avenatti says he is working to reunite two Honduran girls with the parents they were separated from at the U.S. border.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday called the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy that has separated children from their parents at the southern U.S. border "a moral and humanitarian crisis."
A pathway flanked by six stones meant to symbolize strength and determination will be added to the Sept. 11 memorial site in lower Manhattan to honor the rescue and recovery workers who toiled for months at ground zero.
A lawyer whose rant against Spanish speakers in a New York City eatery went viral has apologized, saying that how he expressed himself was "unacceptable."
A momentary rant could have long-term impact on a man caught on video threatening to call immigration enforcement on restaurant workers because hearing them speaking Spanish angered him.
A theologian who linked Christian faith with the struggle for black liberation has died in New York.
Corner stores around New York City and elsewhere were shut down for a short time on Tuesday by their Yemeni-American owners to protest against the U.S. travel ban, the day before the Supreme Court was scheduled to hear arguments over whether it should be upheld.
A man accused of helping to plan the Sept. 11 attacks wants to be able to distribute art he makes in his cell at the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
When a law enforcement official described a cellphone recording left by the Austin bomber as "the outcry of a very challenged young man," the remark caused an outcry of its own.
From parties where the price of admission is a donation, to fundraising drives and online wish lists for collecting needed supplies, West Indian communities around the United States are stepping up to get help for the islands of the Caribbean ravaged by the wind and water of Hurricane Irma, including those in places in the southern United States that were hit hard themselves.