New York State

The Most Controversial DNA Test You've Never Heard Of

If approved, this new policy would allow police to investigate family members of New Yorkers whose DNA closely matches DNA found at crime scenes...“This creates a dragnet for the entire community now…all of their relatives are possible suspects. It’s a genetic stop and frisk.

Hungary Passes Law Targeting Soros University

Hungarian lawmakers from Prime Minister Viktor Orba's Fidesz party approved a law that could force a university founded by financier George Soros out of the country despite a protest against the plan in Budapest and condemnation abroad.

Perfect Example Of Why Job Losses From Minimum-Wage-Hikes Are Being Underestimated, 'Bigly'

Over the past several months, we've highlighted a number of economic studies analyzing the potential negative impact, in terms of job losses, that may be expected to result from the state-mandated minimum wage hikes that are currently being implemented around the country...that said, here are a couple of examples of why the issue may be much larger than anyone expects.

Preet Bharara Joins NYU School Of Law

Just ten days after the US Attorney for New York, Preet Bharara was fired by Donald Trump, prompting speculation if he was working on a probe of Trump himself when he was terminated and further speculation which employer would imminently retain Bharara's services, moments ago the former attorney gave the answer: he is joining the NYU School of Law.

When It Comes To Wall Street, Preet Bharara Is No Hero

The prominent U.S. attorney fired by Donald Trump this weekend has been justly acclaimed for his pursuit of political corruption. But his treatment of the Wall Street executives involved in the financial meltdown was far less confrontational.

50 Million Americans Brace For "Crippling Blizzard" In Northeast

A major Nor'easter threatens to shut down travel due to heavy snow and strong winds from Washington, D.C., to New York City and Boston early this week, as weather forecasters on Sunday put the U.S. East Coast on a blizzard watch, warning some 50 million people of potential snowfall from 12 to 18 inches, coupled with wind blasts in some areas from Monday night into Wednesday.