The resistance of sanctuary cities, counties and states reminds us that the Constitution protects all people in our country.
On April 4, 1967, in a historic speech at Riverside Church in New York City, the civil rights leader denounced the Vietnam War and called for a global peace movement.
The U.S. attorney fired by President Trump has been acclaimed for tackling corruption. But his treatment of figures involved in the Great Recession was far less confrontational.
Preet Bharara's firing adds a new layer of controversy to the abrupt demand for 46 U.S. attorneys to resign.
The president’s financial disclosure forms reveal that he earned no more than half of what he claimed.
"Our job is to encourage every person in this country to get all of the education they can, not to punish them for getting that education," Sanders says at the announcement with Cuomo, pictured at right.
In an essay in The New York Times Magazine, columnist Maureen Dowd sheds light on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s climb through New York’s high society.
After more than two years, there may soon be significant movement on the case.
Authorities are investigating after explosions in Manhattan and in New Jersey near a Marine Corps charity race. No one was killed, and the injured have been released from hospitals. An undetonated pressure-cooker explosive was found in Manhattan.
To hear Clinton tell it, his presidency won the war on poverty three decades after Lyndon B. Johnson launched it, having changed only the name.