Trump impeachment lawyer Michael van der Veen's home vandalized
Mayor, Police Chief and other city officials of Iowa town arrested over embezzlement, fraud schemes
From nytarchives: The beloved fashion photographer Bill Cunningham captured this amorous drive-by on Madison Avenue in May 1982. Cunningham — most likely wearing his utilitarian blue French worker’s jacket and undoubtedly pedaling around the streets on his bicycle — noticed that affection was wafting in the warm city air as New Yorkers shed cumbersome winter mittens and scarves. In addition to documenting this motorcycle moment that day, he also photographed a Vogue publisher properly kissing the hand of an actress as well as the owner of the restaurant Le Cirque receiving a smooch from a satisfied diner. “Spring is a time for flowers and for things to turn green and for kissing,” the caption said in his weekly column. “Why not?” Check out our Stories for more intimate moments that our photographers have caught on film. And tap the link in our bio to read Bill Cunningham’s column about springtime kisses from May 1982.
A suspect is dead after 12-year-old shoots at intruders during attempted robbery, police say
Police search for man who pooped in unlocked cars at auto shops
No floats? No problem. Since Mardi Gras parades got canceled because of the pandemic, people in New Orleans have turned their houses into floats. Across town, houses are covered with decorations. "As screwed-up as Covid is, we will not let it defeat us," said City Councilman Jay Banks. "The lesson of New Orleans for the world is: You play the cards that you're dealt." (📸: Allen Boudreaux)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi denounced the senators who made Donald Trump's acquittal possible as a ‘cowardly group of Republicans’ and blamed McConnell for not allowing the House to deliver the impeachment charge to the Senate while Trump was still in the White House https://t.co/cVu6gtT8uL
USA 7-day average of cases drops below 100,000