New York Passes Historic Trans Anti-Discrimination Law
The State Senate has passed the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA), which adds gender identity as a protected class in housing, employment, and public accommodations.
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Kidnapper Hid Jayme Closs Under His Bed for Hours at a Time
He saw the 13-year-old getting on a school bus and ‘knew that was the girl he was going to take.’ Read on for the full criminal complaint.
Alleged Wife Killer Showed ‘Chokehold’ to Inmate: Prosecutor
A video allegedly shows Rod Covlin, who’s accused of strangling his estranged wife in 2009, performing the martial-arts move in the jail’s law library.
Trump Shutdown Turns World’s Busiest Airport Into ‘Sh*tshow’
Travelers making their way through ATL on Monday are missing flights due to hour-long security lines. And it’s only going to get worse if the shutdown continues.
Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyer Quitting After Clash Over Strategy
The attorney wants to do everything in the court room and that’s the opposite of movie mogul who wants the case tried in the court of public opinion.
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William Barr Built a Border Wall in 1992—It Failed Miserably
Barr’s solution to the immigration crisis was, in a way, decades ahead of its time: the construction of a heavily armored steel fence along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Jury May Not Hear Worst About NYC Man on Trial for Wife Slay
Prosecutors allege that the former stockbroker was after his estranged wife’s wealth—and they say he nearly threw his own daughter under the bus once investigators caught on.