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Downtown »

Ann Pettway Expected to Plead Guilty to Kidnapping Charges

Ann Pettway is accused of stealing a baby, Carlina White, in Harlem over two decades ago.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Trinitarios Gang Members Who Operated Uptown Busted by Feds

 Members of the Trinitarios face charges including gun trafficking, murder and drug dealing. 

Manhattan »

John Liu Fund Raiser Arrested for Campaign Fraud

Xing Wu Pan, who allegedly funneled $16,000 into the mayoral campaign war chest for Comptroller John Liu, was arrested Wednesday.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Gramercy Park Hotel Settles Lawsuit Over Disabled Access

The government sued the hotel, claming owners did not comply with the American Disability Act.

Downtown »

International Drug Lord Pleads Guilty in Manhattan Court

Jamacian drug lord Christopher Coke, 42, pleaded guilty to racketeering and assault charges on Wednesday.

Manhattan »

Former Duane Reade CEO Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

Anthony Cuti, former CEO of Duane Reade, was found guilty of securities fraud, FBI officials said Monday. 

Downtown »

Osama bin Laden Terror Case Dismissed

A Manhattan Federal Court judge dismissed the African embassy bombing case against Osama bin Laden.

Downtown »

TriBeCa Apartment Complex is Not Rent-Stabilized, Federal Court Rules

Independence Plaza North is not rent-stabilized, a federal judge said last week.

Downtown »

Unsealed Indictment Details Case Against Alleged 9/11 Plotters

The 81-page indictment describes how the Al Qaeda operatives planned the attack.

Downtown »

Fulton Transit Center Contractor Pays $20M for Allegedly Ducking Minority Hiring Laws

Skanska USA has to pay $20 million under an agreement with federal prosecutors.

Manhattan »

Manhattan Gynecologist Caught in State Sen. Carl Kruger's Alleged Corruption Scheme

Michael Turano, a Manhattan gynecologist, turned himself in to federal authorities on corruption charges.

Manhattan »

Three Charged in Guggenheim Impersonation Scam

Three people were charged with wire fraud in connection with a scheme in which they pretended to be Guggenheims.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Metropolitan Opera House Settles Disability Lawsuit

The Opera House at Lincoln Center has agreed to make changes to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Downtown »

'Merchant of Death' Viktor Bout Arraigned in Manhattan Federal Court

Bout was being arraigned on charges including conspiracy to kill United States nationals.