Rep. Michael Grimm (R) of New York is expected to plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges of tax evasion. He could stay in Congress, but it doesn't look likely.
A New Jersey teenager who left home, then tried to force her parents to pay her bills, has returned home, her parents’ lawyer said Wednesday. But her lawsuit is still pending.
Four shoppers have come forward with allegations of racial profiling at Barneys and Macy's. Civil rights activist Al Sharpton was to meet with the Barneys New York CEO Tuesday morning.
Maria Klemperer-Johnson is getting women ready for the growing and high-paying field of carpentry by teaching them to build tiny eco-friendly homes.
Hillary Clinton has a new hairstyle, which can only mean she is absolutely, definitely, positively running for president. Or maybe not. But the move to push her into the White House is gaining steam.
Ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer joins ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner in apology tours asking New York voters for another shot at public trust, after sex scandals knocked them out of office.
Adam Lanza bullied? While a student at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Adam Lanza was bullied, a family member told the New York Daily News. Lanza killed 20 students and six staff members at the school in December.
Rep. Steve Stockman sees himself as a conservative insurgent and likes to shock. But his new bumper sticker promoting his pro-gun and anti-abortion views might have a specific agenda.