Man Undergoes Hormone Therapy To Breastfeed His Baby

US | Grace Carr
Breast milk is frozen in storage bags for baby. (Shutterstock/Karunyapas)

‘Future investigation will be required’

Correction Officer Beat Unconscious By Rikers Island Inmates

US | Henry Rodgers

Remains in intensive care unit

Lawsuit: Weinstein Workers Had To ‘Facilitate’ His Sex Habits

Entertainment | David Krayden
Harvey Weinstein (Reuters Photos)

‘I will kill you. I will kill your family.’

New York Sues Weinstein And Co. Over 'Pervasive' Attacks On Women

US | Anders Hagstrom

Employees were expected to facilitate his sex life

Fentanyl Found Smuggled Inside Frozen Fish Filets Is Enough To Kill 1 Million People

US | Steve Birr
A law enforcement staff shows confiscated heroin before burning it in the headquarters of the Drug Control Agency in Dushanbe May 30, 2008. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

‘$10 million dollars on the street’

Rich Liberal New Yorkers Are Turning On Bill De Blasio For Moving The Homeless Into Their Neighborhood

US | Peter Hasson
Photo: REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

A fashion executive and a ‘celebrity chef’ are leading the charge

Blue States Are Targeting A Planned Alaska Mine

Energy | Tim Pearce
The Upper Tularik Floodplain in the Bristol Bay watershed in Alaska is seen in an undated handout picture provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). REUTERS/Environmental Protection Agency/Handout

‘The biggest undeveloped copper deposit in the world’

Political Correctness Chooses Its Next Victim And These Parents Are Furious

Education | Amber Randall
Students leave Tasby Middle School, where a fellow classmate who was in contact with a man diagnosed with the Ebola virus had been removed from school in Dallas, Texas October 1, 2014. Mike Miles, Dallas Independent School District superintendent said the four different schools attended by children in contact with the Ebola patient would be staffed with additional health professionals and classes would remain in session. Picture taken October 1, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Stone

‘It’s not fair at all’

Fentanyl Maker Sued By New York For 'Recklessly' Pushing Drug As Deaths Surged

US | Steve Birr
Pills and medications. Pavel Kubarkov/shutterstock

‘Blatantly disregarding the grave risks’

New York Man Loses $128,000 To Police Without Being Charged With A Crime

US | Anders Hagstrom
Stacks of confiscated counterfeit U.S. dollar bills in Lima October 14, 2015. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo

‘It comes from illegal activities’

Another NY Daily News Editor Fired For Sexual Harassment

US | Gabrielle Okun
NEW YORK, NY -2 MAR 2017- View of the historic Daily News building, a skyscraper on 42nd Street in New York. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Shutterstock/ EQRoy

‘You’re given a card key and a warning’

New York Inmates To Receive Free Tablets

US | Joe Simonson

For music, entertainment, and reporting prison rape

Opioid Deaths Skyrocket Even As Painkiller Prescriptions Decline

Health | Steve Birr
Drug abuse concept., overdose asian female drug addict hand, drugs narcotic syringe in hand on the floor. (Photo: Shutterstock/SanchaiRat)

‘It’s even worse than it looks’

50,000 Americans Expected To Die By The End Of Flu Season

US | Anders Hagstrom
Joshua Lagade of Vista, California, gets fluids in an IV as he lies on a bed with the flu in the emergency room at Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, California, U.S., January 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Rivals the swine flu