A banker who prosecutors say tried to buy himself a senior post in President Donald Trump’s administration by making risky loans to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was arrested on a financial institution bribery charge.

Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks leader, has been indicted on 17 new counts of violating the Espionage Act for his role in publishing classified military and diplomatic documents in 2010, the Justice Department announced — a novel case that raises profound First Amendment issues.

The FBI has seen a significant rise in the number of white supremacist domestic terrorism cases in recent months, a senior FBI counterterrorism official said.

Heading into the Memorial Day weekend, the USDA has issued a recall of more than 62,000 lbs of raw beef due to E. coli concerns.

Legendary high wire acrobat Nik Wallenda announced on “Good Morning America” that he and his sister will embark on a high wire walk 25 stories above New York City’s Times Square in June.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined forces with Sen. Elizabeth Warren to ​challenge Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin over his role in the bankruptcy of Sears that resulted in thousands of workers being laid off and store closings.

Maine health officials confirmed the first case of measles in the state, bringing the total number of states reporting the highly contagious viral disease to 25.

Judith Nathan is “exploring” a lawsuit against her estranged hubby Rudy Giuliani over his most recent “media attack” on her amid their fractious divorce case, her lawyer said.

A real estate group represented by a lobbying firm started by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former campaign manager, Maggie Moran, is waging a high-stakes battle against tenant advocates and the push for rent reform.

Facebook removed more than 3 billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous six months, the company said.

A section of New York state law that prohibits farm workers from organizing and collectively bargaining with their employers violates a section of the state constitution, an appellate court in Albany ruled.

In response to the TU’s article about Cuomo administration bidding at Republic Airport, a process that was eventually won by a major Cuomo campaign donor, state GOP chairman Ed Cox has called for an investigation.

Brooklyn jurors heard from yet another alleged NXIVM sex slave, who said her academic dreams and enrollment into an elite Swiss boarding school were derailed when she joined the group in 2002.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has asked NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to ban advertisements for junk food from city property now that he’s given booze ads the boot.

Ulster County’s two election commissioners have tentatively agreed to eight locations for early voting, ending a stalemate that put in jeopardy more than $100,000 in state funding.

De Blasio signed an executive order directing all NYC agencies to spend at least half of their annual print and online advertising budgets in community and ethnic media outlets, an initiative designed to ensure that vital local news remain solvent and continue to inform their communities.

A motion for a mistrial was denied by a judge who brought accused NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere’s trial to a screeching halt the day before, when he accused a defense attorney of driving a witness toward a nervous breakdown.

The class of cadets preparing to jubilantly toss their caps in the air at the U.S. Military Academy’s graduation ceremony Saturday includes 34 black women, a record number that’s a sign of concerted efforts to diversify West Point’s Long Gray Line.

An unconfirmed report has emerged in the gossip world that Trump’s oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., hopes to run for mayor of New York City one day in the near or far-away future.