Brooklyn

Guy Bryant has been a foster parent for the past 12 years, opening his home to over 50 young men who otherwise would have aged out of the system. He wants to set up these young adults for success, and he wants them to know they’ll always have a home.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to “do everything in our power to keep this community safe and get guns off our streets.”
Trial starts Tuesday in Brooklyn for the alleged cult leader, who has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and other charges.
It’s a nod to someone the Supreme Court Justice has called a "very important" person in her life.
“To say he came from nothing, it is very disingenuous,” says a former neighbor. But the rags-to-riches tale appears to suit the billionaire with political aspirations.
Haunting videos of the Metropolitan Detention Center record sound of inmates banging on the walls and windows for help.
Arthur Martunovich allegedly targeted the Asian restaurant workers at the Seaport Buffet in Brooklyn.
David Johnson, 56, said he plans to buy a new house and a red Porsche.
Steven Jean-Pierre says his son’s last words were “Daddy, I love you,” followed by two kisses.
The former first lady's $3,900 boots are skintight and showstopping.
Anna Lushchinskaya was charged with felony assault after video shows her striking a woman with an umbrella and calling her a racial slur.
Brooklyn Judge Craig Walker described Jazmine Headley's arrest as "horrific" and ordered her to be released.
According to the Human Rights Campaign, 22 trans people have been killed this year.
The Brooklyn federal court has taken steps to protect witnesses' identities. Some worked directly for Guzman's Sinaloa cartel.
"Broad City" star Ilana Glazer reportedly canceled the event she was set to host there, less than a week after a gunman attacked a Pittsburgh synagogue.
"It’s very nice that she’s doing this for the people, really," a woman in Brooklyn said of Cardi B.
Jeremiah Harvey, 9, and his mom rejected "Cornerstore Caroline's" apology at a meeting Monday.
The years-long prank war between the pair is clearly back on.
Witches are gathering in Brooklyn to hex the Supreme Court justice.
Despite coming of age in the Me Too era, most kids HuffPost spoke to said misogyny and harassment are ubiquitous in their schools.