Diamonds, sex with prostitutes dressed as flight attendants, helicopter rides—the allegations are wild.
"The funniest thing is, I love the system," he tells us from the notorious New York City jail.
Jake Dell shows us around the historic Jewish deli and talks about the responsibility of running his family's iconic restaurant after five generations.
The all-girl band Good English has been kicked off of five concert bills after the band's drummer wrote a notorious letter standing up for convict Brock Turner.
Streep's proved time and time again that she can slide into any role she chooses, and by God, she went all the way with Trump.
"I thought I was going to get locked up, expelled from school or something."
The incident that killed one and injured three (including the shooter) won national attention thanks to the power of celebrity.
Citing the harsh treatment faced by criminals in society, a Brooklyn judge decided not to send a young convict to prison.
Some high-end clients were quoted $8,400 for 14-hour appointments, prosecutors say.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
We meet the outspoken advocates for New York's medical marijuana program urging lawmakers to improve the system's restrictions and provide better coverage for patients.
Vincent "Chin" Gigante would often engage in bizarre behavior that ranged from chatting with parking meters to pissing on the street.
In order to preserve a classic cinematic experience, the George Eastman Museum's Nitrate Picture Show specializes in safely showing films on the highly flammable medium.
The criminal charges lean heavily on social media activity by young men of color.
When a former sex worker was picked up by the cops for no reason, she didn't take the easy route and plead guilty and sued the city for false arrest.
Meet the "Bernie Madoff of landlords," who's charged with 20 felonies and faces 25 years in prison.
A preview of the latest volume of Mossless, which explores identity, portraiture, and the things that people keep secret.
Like a terrible, fucked up game of "Would You Rather," the MTA has come up with two equally shitty plans for the impending L train shutdown between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
The man whose body was found Monday was allegedly a high-ranking member of the G Stone Crips.
Given the details we have so far, it's tempting to spin theories that sound like Sopranos plotlines.
Despite a $3 million effort to control the rat population, 2016 has seen more rodent-related complaints so far in 2016 than it did in the first four months of 2015.
Since 2000, real wages are down, rents are up, and more young people are being forced to take low-paying jobs in the retail or hospitality industries. So why do we live here, again?
Nightlife haunts close for all kinds of reasons, but it's usually because they're awful.