A judge said subpoenas from Daniel Straus' company "presented significant First Amendment issues.”
Attorneys for Daniel Straus' companies accused one of the subpoenaed NYU Law students of lying.
CareOne's attorneys defended their subpoenas of Luke Herrine and Leo Gertner's personal emails.
The ACLU of New Jersey has thrown its support behind two NYU Law School students.
Robert Bell, 26, said he would flip off an officer again, preceded by "with all due respect."
A 26-year-old who gave officers the bird outside a West 4th Street bar says cops violated his rights.
Some Community Board 1 members raised concerns about placing a religious object in a public park.
The mayor has repeatedly tried to thwart rumors that he plans to launch a bid for the White House 2012.
The MTA will run a bus ad against the proposed Ground Zero mosque that uses Twin Towers imagery.
The city plans to cut the dozens of art vendors in Battery Park down to just nine.
The city's proposed rules would cut the number of art vendors in Battery Park from more than 100 to nine.
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