A group of detained immigrants and the lawyers representing them say their constitutional rights are being violated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement using videoconferencing for their court appearances instead of bringing them to the hearings in person.
The new year is bringing new wages to New York.
One of the most famous songs of Christmas was celebrated Tuesday as it approaches its 200th anniversary, with a concert at the New York City church where “Silent Night” is believed to have been sung in the United States for the first time and where a priest was the first to publish an English translation of the Austrian carol.
Four contestants in this year’s Mrs. America pageant on Monday called for the pageant’s CEO to apologize over accusations he used racial slurs and stereotypes in a conversation at a contest-related event.
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.