NYC congestion pricing: How it would work and how to weigh in

You could pay from $9 to $23 to enter the heart of Manhattan in your car under the much-delated New York City congestion pricing plan, which has generated so much controversy that the MTA extended the public comment period though Sept. 23.

Senators call for extradition of U.S. fugitives from Cuba

Joanne Chesimard and William Morales have been fugitives from justice in separate terrorism cases from the 1970s. Two U.S. senators—a Democrat and a Republican—want Cuba, where the fugitives are hiding out, to stop protecting them so they can finally face justice.

NYC subway shooting suspect indicted, faces judge

A grand jury indicted Andrew Abdullah in the murder of Daniel Enriquez on a subway last month. Although cops said Abdullah was picked out of a lineup, his lawyer said several witnesses did not ID her client in lineups.

Harvey Weinstein's rape conviction upheld on appeal

A New York appellate court has upheld Harvey Weinstein's rape conviction, rejecting the disgraced movie mogul's claims that the judge at the landmark #MeToo trial prejudiced him by allowing women to testify about allegations that weren't part of the criminal case.