A new report by the Justice Department says that Cuomo subjected at least 13 female employees to a sexually hostile work environment.
Moments after the so-called "Jeffrey Epstein list" was released, the website listing the names – CourtListener.com – crashed.
The United Federation of Teachers is suing Mayor Eric Adams in an attempt to stop planned budget cuts that with slash spending in the city's public schools.
Authorities say City Council member Inna Vernikov surrendered the gun, which was found to be missing the recoil spring assembly, rendering it inoperable.
Mayor Eric Adams defended members of his campaign staff while addressing a room full of reporters for the first time since federal agents raided the home of his chief fundraiser last week.
A jury in Illinois has ordered Chicago-based Conagra Brands to pay $7.1 million to a Pennsylvania woman who was injured in 2017 when a can of cooking spray ignited in a commercial kitchen at her workplace and set her aflame.
Margera, 43, has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges, which include simple assault and making terroristic threats. He has been free on $50,000 bail and said Thursday that he has been in drug and alcohol treatment this year and living with former Los Angeles Lakers star Lamar Odom.
The airline whose slogan is “Low Fares Done Right" has done one Florida woman wrong, according to a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Middle Florida.
The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon for what it calls a yearslong effort to enroll consumers without consent into Amazon Prime and making it difficult for them to cancel their subscriptions.
Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is facing a fine of nearly half a million dollars for taking his NYPD security detail with him while he campaigned for a failed 2020 presidential run.
Former President Donald Trump says he has been indicted on charges of mishandling classified documents at his Florida estate, igniting a federal prosecution that is arguably the most perilous of multiple legal threats against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House.
Four women in a New York courtroom today, are challenging a Connecticut school policy that allows transgender athletes to compete based on their gender identity-- rather than their biological sex.
Airbnb hosts in New York City are suing the city over new regulations and claiming unfair targeting of law-abiding homeowners.
A judge ordered Elizabeth Holmes to pay $452 million in restitution to the victims of her crimes.
A former employee of Rudy Giuliani is suing him and his companies for $10 million, alleging he sexually assaulted and harassed her and owes her nearly $2 million in unpaid wages, among other misconduct.
Noelle Dunphy's lawsuit against Giuliani and his companies contains explosive allegations, accusing him of sexual abuse, harassment, and refusing to pay her a promised salary.
Disney on Monday amended its free speech lawsuit against Gov. Ron DeSantis to add recent developments in the tit-for-tat fight between the entertainment giant and the Florida governor, such as a new law granting the state unprecedented authority to inspect a monorail system at Disney World.
A jury is hearing closing arguments from a lawyer for the advice columnist who says Donald Trump sexually attacked her in a department store in 1996.
New allegations against the Central Islip School District accuse officials of allowing a 13-year-old girl to be bullied with repeated threats that led her to have suicidal thoughts.
While the world waits to learn the formal charges District Attorney Alvin Bragg will announce Tuesday against former President Donald Trump, sources close to the issue predict dozens of counts against him.