Six major US cities are set to surpass the record violent crime rates they set in 2021. According to crime data, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta and New York City are all on pace to supersede their levels of violent crime last year.
The primary suspect in a deadly subway shooting in New York City surrendered after a lengthy manhunt. In a Tuesday press conference the NYPD Commissioner announced the arrest of 25-year-old Andrew Abdullah.
New York City confirmed it's first case of Monkeypox on Friday. Officials say the patient is being quarantined as their investigation continues. This marks the second confirmed case in the U.S. after another man was found in Boston earlier in the week.
The Department of Justice assured it will use every tool to support local and state efforts to fight gun crime. Specifically, Attorney General Merrick Garland doubled down on his crackdown against so-called ghost guns.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams delivered a speech about his first 100 days in office while outlining his vision for the Big Apple's future. During his address Tuesday, Adams unveiled a $99.7 billion budget plan for 2023 to help the city tackle various issues, including affordable housing the cities economy and rising crime.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his son Andrew held a press conference about the issues facing New Yorkers. One America's Caitlin Sinclair has more.
A manhunt is underway for a suspect who shot multiple people inside a New York City subway car. The incident happened during rush hour Tuesday morning as the train pulled into the 36th Street station in Brooklyn.
New York City launched a billboard campaign in effort to take aim at the state of Florida. On Tuesday, Republican Governor Ron DeSantis targeted New York City Mayor Eric Adams attempt to persuade Floridians to move to the Big Apple amid its recently passed Parental Rights in Education bill.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams said the city won't rehire unvaccinated workers. He made the remarks shortly after he signed an executive order lifting vaccine requirements for athletes and performers. One America's Taylor Tinsley has more.
Almost half of New York City residents are considering relocating to other cities as violent crime in the Big Apple spirals out of control. That's according to a new poll by Morning Consult, which found 40 percent of Manhattan residents and 48 percent of people living in other boroughs want to move out of New York.