Thomas Shellhammer bypassed legal protocols when he asked the board to free Ronald Bower.
A group of law-enforcement officials will scrutinize misconduct and systems in place to stop it .
A con man who spent three years in prison got contracts to fix parks in Harlem and Coney Island.
Bloomberg said running background checks on all sub-contractors would cost too much.
Mayor Bloomberg accused the board of "incompetence" after polls failed to open on time and machines malfunctioned.
Voters hit the polls at 6 a.m. Tuesday with many of the highest profile races still too close to call.
Attorney General candidate Sean Coffey plans to lend even more of his own cash to his campaign, he said.
Attorney General candidate Kathleen Rice's first TV ad has a "CSI" look designed to show her tough side.
Attorney General candidate Kathleen Rice said she has no plans to run for Governor, even if she refuses to pledge that she won't.
Attorney General hopeful Kathleen Rice now has $4.4 million in her war chest, far more than her rivals, a new report shows.
Four of the six candidates vying to head the state's top law enforcement office admit they've tried pot or cocaine.
Long Island District Attorney Kathleen Rice said she was in college when she tried cocaine and marijuana.
Assemblyman Richard Brodsky attacked the energy industry in his first major policy proposal as State Attorney General candidate.
A new poll finds that most New Yorkers have no idea who's vying to become the state's next attorney general.
Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice failed to vote for 18 years, a record the frontrunner called a "mistake."
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