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Ronald Sullivan Jr. was hired by Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson to unearth wrongful convictions.  

Midtown »

None of the 47 passengers were injured in the blaze, Massachusetts state police said. 

Central Harlem »

The Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership fired Daniel Rodriguez after learning of his actions.

DUMBO »

"The Fence" is an outdoor photo exhibit that began in Brooklyn Bridge Park and now graces four cities.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.

Civic Center »

Commissioner Mitchell Silver had sitdowns with celebrities and billionaires about their pet causes.

Upper West Side »

In his short tenure as Parks Commissioner, Mitchell Silver has spent time on four different continents.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus operator wants a new license after it was shut down for safety violations in 2013.

Morrisania »

The group writes songs about social issues like asthma and gun violence.

Bed-Stuy »

Dominga Martin will spend 75 days traveling 10 Italian regions for the CinemadeMare film festival.

Midtown »

The Northeast Corridor has had delays since Wednesday after an electrical problem.

Midtown »

Registration is open for a charity boxing event that raises money for cancer research.

Bed-Stuy »

Conrad Tillard was a member of Harlem's Mosque No. 7, a Christian preacher and now a council candidate.

New York City »

The decision to delay reading Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights dates back to a 1980 case in Queens.

New York City »

Bus and rail travel between Boston and New York returned following the discovery of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.