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Starrett City »

The nation's largest federally subsidized housing complex is accused of discrimination.

Mott Haven »

Leslie Noble, a 54-year-old security guard who lives near the Opera House Hotel, is suing the business.

Central Harlem »

The 133-year-old home on Astor Row is missing floors, walls and most of a roof.

West Village »

GustOrganics' investors say the owner turned the restaurant vegan without consulting them.

Financial District »

A Queens man broke his ankle after slipping on a smooth part of the plaque, a lawsuit claims.

Sunset Park »

The CCRB ruled that the officer should lose vacation days for acting improperly. 

Midtown »

Shoshana Roberts says director Robert Bliss and Hollaback! profited off the video without her consent.

Brownsville »

Sergeant Junmei Zhang was shot by another officer who was aiming for a pit bull, according to reports. 

Coney Island »

Gennadiy Kleyner was accused of making a false report to get out of making car payments.

Crown Heights »

The family of a deceased art collector says the painting "Women at Arles" was wrongfully taken.

Upper West Side »

The Birnbaums say faulty ventilation heats the apartment to more than 90 degrees, even in the winter.

Financial District »

The activist claims he was assaulted when he refused to leave the sidewalk where he was protesting.

Civic Center »

The Law Department chose Jay Eisenhofer's firm three months after he gave $20,000 to mayor's nonprofit.

Greenpoint »

Acme Smoked Fish claims Hall Street Storage in Brooklyn let more than 130,000 pounds of fish to spoil. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Officer Peter Liang shot Gurley when his gun accidentally went off in a dark stairwell, officials said.