Trump to travel to New York City Monday before Tuesday arraignment, return to Florida hours later
President Trump is expected in New York City on Monday for his arraignment over the alleged 2016 hush money payments. After a Tuesday court appearance, he will return to Mar-a-Lago.foxnews.com
New York identifies over 1,700 "disadvantaged communities" that will receive boost in climate funding
New York's Climate Act – said to be "the most aggressive climate and clean energy initiative in the nation" – will ensure "those most vulnerable to recurrent extreme weather events" get prioritized, leaders say.cbsnews.com
Sea levels are rising — and it's going to get worse. Here's how some communities are adapting.
Thirty percent of Americans live in a community near a coastline. While those people don't have the power to unilaterally solve the underlying problem of climate change, some communities are now grappling with how to adapt.cbsnews.com
Democrat Schumer warns NYC 'skin-rotting zombie drug' trafficked from Mexico could make fentanyl 'seem tame'
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., called on the DEA to send "diversion control teams" as the "deadly, skin-rooting zombie drug" xylazine mixed with fentanyl makes it way to New York City.foxnews.com
Klieman, Bratton and Costa on New York grand jury investigation into Trump
CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman, former New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton and Robert Costa join "Face the Nation" to discuss what could happen if former President Donald Trump is indicted and arrested in New York.news.yahoo.com
Transcript: Rikki Klieman, Bill Bratton and Robert Costa "Face the Nation" panel, March 26, 2023
The following is a transcript of a panel with CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman, former New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton and CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa, that aired on "Face the Nation" on Sunday, March 26, 2023.cbsnews.com
Art repatriation: Fighting traffickers in an illicit global trade
A NYC assistant district attorney employs detective skills and prosecutorial powers to target those trafficking in stolen art and antiquities, restoring hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of treasures to their rightful owners.cbsnews.com
Protests erupt in NYC — not for Trump but for 'The Joker'
It’s a scene New York City authorities have been bracing for as prosecutors consider an indictment against former President Donald Trump, who has invited followers to rally on his behalf. The New York City shoot for the upcoming “Joker” sequel had been planned for months; but in recent days, production crews wrestled with the possibility that filming could be disrupted by real-life protests over the Trump case — none of which have so far materialized. In the end, film workers forged ahead, said Leo Maniscalchi, a production assistant, who was taking a break at a nearby coffee house.news.yahoo.com
Staring down a possible indictment, Trump holds a rally in Waco. A Texas newspaper said the choice isn't a dog whistle but an 'air horn' to far-right groups.
Trump's visit to Waco falls during the 30-year anniversary of the two-month standoff between federal agents and the Branch Davidian sect.news.yahoo.com
Trump arrested? Putin jailed? Fake AI images spread online
Russian President Vladimir Putin in prison grays behind the bars of a dimly lit concrete cell. The highly detailed, sensational images have inundated Twitter and other platforms in recent days, amid news that Trump faces possible criminal charges and the International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Putin. The images — and scores of variations littering social media — were produced using increasingly sophisticated and widely accessible image generators powered by artificial intelligence.news.yahoo.com
PHOTOS: Pro-Trump and anti-Trump protestors gather over possible indictment of former president
As we sit and wait to find out of former President Donald Trump will be arrested at some point over the next few days, pro-Trump and anti-Trump protestors have gathered around the country to let their voices be heard.
What to know about Alvin Bragg, Manhattan district attorney
A New York grand jury that voted to indict former President Donald Trump on charges involving payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital sexual encounter has refocused attention on the Manhattan district attorney steering the case.
U-Haul driver's NYC 'rampage' leaves 1 dead, 8 hurt
A man driving a U-Haul truck swerved onto sidewalks and plowed into cyclists and scooter riders in New York City on Monday, killing one person and injuring eight others before police were able to pin the careening vehicle against a building following a mileslong pursuit through Brooklyn.