Missing Worker Search Goes On in New Orleans Hotel Collapse
Officials in New Orleans say they are continuing to look for one person missing in the rubble of a hotel that collapsed while under construction.
Foods, Drinks Still Sold with CBD in NYC, Despite Ban
In the coffee bar at Le District, a fancy grocery near the World Trade Center, a sign read: "Add an extra dose of CBD oil to any drink for $5."
Former High School Coach Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charge
A former high school track coach faces at least 15 years in prison after admitting he persuaded a young teenager to produce sexually explicit images of another child under 14.
Shop Manager Says Brake Work Not Done On Limo Before Crash
A former repair shop manager says brake work was billed but not performed on the stretch limousine that crashed five months later in upstate New York, killing 20 people.
Pope Accepts Resignation of NYC Bishop Accused of Abuse
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a New York City bishop after he was accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy in the 1980s.
Ukraine President: ‘No blackmail’ in Conversation with Trump
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Thursday there was "no blackmail" in the phone call with U.S. President Donald Trump that helped spark an impeachment inquiry.
Polls Show Close Divide Over Impeachment and Removal
A Fox News poll conducted Sunday through Tuesday found 51% of Americans now say Trump should be impeached and removed from office, up from 42% who said that in July.
Recuperating Sanders Says He May Slow Down Campaigning Pace
Pressed on what that meant, Sanders replied: "Well, probably not doing four rallies a day."
Man Accused of Killing 4 Homeless Men Eyed in Earlier Attack
A man accused of beating four homeless men to death as they slept on the streets of Manhattan's Chinatown has become a suspect in a nonfatal attack about a week earlier
Group Calls For Reform Amid Rises In Prescription Drug Costs
New York's Democratic governor is facing calls for action as prescription drug costs rise.