And other stories of police letting "courtesy card" carriers go after they've broken the law.
Maurice Gordon’s family members have been saying for days that they’ve been deprived of information.
Protesters also lined up outside Blackstone and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mansion.
It’s a “massive burden shift from multi-billion dollar gig companies to taxpayers and workers.”
Comedian Vic DiBitetto has gone viral for a wild, curse-filled rant against banks and the government. But he insists he's not into politics.
In the last week of March, Florida answered just 1 percent of the phone calls it received from newly-unemployed people desperate to file claims.
The state's 40 year-old systems use COBOL and are struggling with an unprecedented number of unemployment applications.
"When we informed everyone that they must leave... we were met with well wishes of 'F-the police' and 'Welcome to Nazi Germany.'"
“I don’t even know what that means,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo responded when asked about Trump's suggestion.
A Department of Justice memo reportedly calls coronavirus a "biological agent" and says deliberately transmitting it could be an act of terrorism.
“There’s a lot of fear, because if they bring in an infected person, we’re all going to get infected,” said the detainee, an asylum seeker from Central America who was apprehended crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
One victim alleges that he won merit badges for sex acts with the assistant scoutmaster of his troop.