A white woman was caught on video attacking Black men with her iPad in a subway car. The men fought back and one sprayed soda in her face before exiting the train.

No matter where you were, that moment will certainly live with you forever. See their stories inside.

41-year-old actor Isaiah Stokes, seen on "Law & Order: SVU," "Boardwalk Empire" and most notably "Power," is being charged with one-count murder in the second degree and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.

A Black vlogger in New York City named Alana Lambert shared her experience on YouTube after she and a friend were accosted by a woman in Central Park over Lambert's phone charger.

Miya Ponsetto continued her air of superiority during a recent court hearing when she told a judge she would like to avoid jail.

The emergence of white women amplifying their privileges to exert their purported moral authorities in reaction to the coronavirus is being led by Karens.

A woman, presumably white, called a clerk at the store the "n-word" by way of the "er" version after she was refused service for not donning a mask.

It's been well over a week since Miya "SoHo Karen" assaulted Keyon Harrold Jr. and his father in an undisputed incident caught on video. So why hasn't the NYPD arrested and charged her?

The Manhattan district attorney was being urged to charge a white woman who allegedly assaulted jazz musician Keyon Harrold Jr. after she racially profiled his teenage son in an incident recorded on video last week in New York City.


We're not sure if it's the sudden removal of NYPD's plainclothes cops, unemployment or the Coronavirus pandemic, but crime in New York City has erupted in the past few weeks. A grisly discovery in Manhattan's Lower East Side seems to show that it's only going to be getting wilder as the summer of 2020 chugs along.