New York City is "reassessing" longstanding procedures that stem from a law requiring the city to shelter undomiciled people, following an influx of more than 11,000 asylum seekers.
Police say the man sexually assaulted a woman who was jogging in an Upper Manhattan park.
- WABC – NY
A temporary "humanitarian relief center" will be built in the Bronx for asylum seekers, but advocates say the location and shelter are problematic
A man with a long arrest record is in custody in connection with the brutal attack of a woman in a Queens subway station. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge spoke to the victim, who says it could have happened to anyone, and she's warning subway riders to be careful.
- The Advocate
Buttigieg did not come to play.
An off-duty Massachusetts National Guard member aggressively confronted a tour bus full of senior citizens thinking they were migrants
In a livestream of the pursuit, the off-duty officer slammed US immigration policy and referenced DeSantis' sending migrants to Martha's Vineyard.
"Obviously this means the lawyer must have given Trump actual legal advice," mused one social media wit.
- NY Daily News
Brooklyn man identified as Capitol rioter who reportedly received phone call from White House on Jan. 6
NEW YORK — A Brooklyn man who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 has been identified as the recipient of a mysterious nine-second phone call from the White House placed during the riot. Anton Lunyk, 26, of Midwood, Brooklyn, admitted joining the attack with two buddies and is the owner of the phone to which someone at the White House briefly called during the riot, CNN reported Monday. The mystery ...
- The Hill
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who fled the U.S. in 2013 after leaking classified information about U.S. government surveillance programs, responded on Monday to his newly granted Russian citizenship, which he received as the result of a decree from Russian President Vladimir Putin. Snowden, charged with espionage in the U.S., has been living in…
The DOJ is having such a hard time finding document digitization vendors willing to work with Trump that it requested more time for the special master review
The DOJ asked for one more day to choose someone to digitize the 11,000 files for the special master in its Mar-a-Lago investigation.
- The Clarion Ledger
Years ago, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves claimed to have helped block money to fund water system repairs in the capital city.
- USA TODAY Opinion
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday with the intent of putting a stop to the loan cancellation plan.
- Motley Fool
Stimulus Update: Billions of Dollars in Stimulus Payments Will Be Delivered Soon. Here's What You Need to Know About Them
Americans hoping for a fourth stimulus check from the federal government may soon be getting one -- but it will not come directly from Washington. The American Rescue Plan Act, signed into law by President Joe Biden in March of 2021, provided lots of money to states to cope with the pandemic. This has resulted in states having massive budget surpluses.
Judge rules that Texas AG who ran away from being served a subpoena won't have to testify in abortion lawsuit
"Top executive officials should not be called to testify absent extraordinary circumstances," the motion from Judge Robert Pitman said, CNN reported.
Republicans took their revenge on Democrat Manchin over his vote last month for Democrats' big climate and health law, the Inflation Reduction Act.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyFormer President Donald Trump has learned time and again that the best way to kill legal action is to first delay it. And while Trump’s “special master” gambit initially showed promise in that regard, the tactic may have actually backfired and put him on a fast-track collision course with the federal government he once led.Two separate court decisions last week have empowered the FBI to move swiftly in its investigation against Trump for
- Raleigh News and Observer
Democrats and legal experts say an NC lawsuit at SCOTUS could end democracy as we know it. Republicans call their concerns “overblown lamentations.”
"The mobilization announced on Sept. 21 was a milestone that really divided Russian history into ‘before’ and ‘after,'" says economist Vladislav Inozemtsev.
- Business Insider
German officials reportedly believe the crucial Nord Stream natural-gas pipelines connecting Russia to Europe were sabotaged near a Danish island
Germany's economy ministry declined to comment on "speculation." The pipelines' operator said they'd suffered "unprecedented" damage in a single day.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Russian offensive in Donetsk Oblast to go down in history as example of killing own soldiers Zelenskyy
ALONA MAZURENKO - MONDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2022, 23:50 President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine has said that the actions of the Russian army in Donetsk Oblast are prime examples of the most cynical murders of their own soldiers, and that the mobilisation in the Russian Federation was mainly a way to gain new cannon fodder.
The Florida Republican pretty much summed up what the GOP has become, said critics.