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Right now, impaired hit-and-run drivers face four years for leaving the scene, while avoiding sobriety tests that would subject them to up to fifteen years behind bars.
In her note, the juror said she had a different opinion and view than other jurors "and it is making me feel very, very uncomfortable." Other jurors, she said, were telling her she was not using her common sense.
A set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.
Two women were wounded Tuesday evening in a shooting in Linden, New Jersey.
A new report Tuesday showed that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's administration is considering developments at cash-strapped Liberty State Park.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday called for an increase in federal investment in transportation, as the Thanksgiving holiday travel period began.
When asked about hunger at a Campaign Against Hunger event in Bed-Stuy, Cuomo turned the conversation to the homelessness issue in New York City.
A town councilman in Southampton, Long Island pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal criminal charges, alleging he conspired with others to peddle oxycodone pills and prescriptions for cash.
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Many of the city's needy will have a hot meal this Thanksgiving, thanks to the inmates at Rikers.
Anger has been simmering for months about the shooting of Laquan McDonald, a black teenager, by a white Chicago police officer. Will it erupt when video showing McDonald's death goes public?
Western Washington University called off classes Tuesday over social media posts that the school's president characterized as "hate speech (targeting) students of color."
Debra Aust sees it in videos of recent police shootings.
Five people were wounded when gunfire erupted near a Minneapolis police precinct where demonstrators have been protesting the shooting death of Jamar Clark, police said.
Two men arrested in connection with the Indianapolis murder of a pregnant preacher's wife pleaded not guilty Tuesday, according to defense attorney Dominic Martin.
Health investigators confirm a handful of cases of E. coli have been linked back to chicken salad sold at Costco.
The 31-year-old man who allegedly fatally shot a New York City police officer in the head during a chase has been indicted on murder charges, Manhattan's district attorney announced Tuesday.
Nobody ever said life would be easy. On Monday, the U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert, citing threats from groups such as ISIS, al Qaeda and Boko Haram.
A new CNN and KFF poll reveals 49% of Americans think racism is a big problem. Research shows we all see the world through a racially biased lens.
His career began and ended at sea.
Babies born in hospitals in England at the weekends have a "significantly" greater chance of dying than those born on weekdays, researchers say.
An explosion hits a bus carrying presidential guards in Tunisia's capital, Tunis, killing at least 12 people, sparking a state of emergency.
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - A transgender Oregon college student was assaulted at a private liberal arts school in Portland over the weekend in an attack that happened at about the same time a black student was punched by three white men, authorities…
ALBANY, N.Y. (Reuters) - Seven people who prosecutors say were involved in the beating death of a teenager during a counseling session at an upstate New York church were indicted on second-degree murder charges on Tuesday by a grand jury.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A white Chicago policeman who shot a black teenager to death was charged with murder on Tuesday in a prosecution hastened in hopes of averting renewed racial turmoil over the use of lethal police force that has shaken the United S…
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A newborn with his umbilical cord still attached was found lying in a manger at a New York church, police said on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Air Force is looking into how classified data about a competition for a next-generation U.S. bomber found its way into a report published by Forbes magazine, according to several sources familiar with the issue.
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - Minneapolis police on Tuesday arrested three men in the shooting of five people near a police station where demonstrators have gathered for more than a week to protest the killing of an unarmed black man by police officers.…
(Reuters) - An Ohio man accused of taking his 5-year-old son from his mother's house in Alabama and living with him under false identities for 13 years has been indicted on 32 charges, including six counts of kidnapping, prosecutors said on Tuesday.…
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A California man accused of shooting an artist to death while the man worked on a mural under a freeway in the Bay Area city of Oakland was charged with murder on Tuesday, prosecutors said.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A Florida jury began weighing on Tuesday whether a man who killed his wife and posted a photo of her blood-spattered, lifeless body on Facebook committed first-degree murder.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Classes were canceled on Tuesday at a university in Washington state after officials found hate-filled online messages targeting minority students amid heightened racial tensions on U.S. college campuses.