St. George »

DA Fights Motion to Move Eric Garner Hearing Off Staten Island

The NAACP wants an off-Island judge to decide if grand jury testimony should be released.

Civic Center »

VIDEO: Watch US Atty Preet Bharara Yuk It Up About New York's Corrupt Pols

Watch US Attorney Bharara’s finest lines from his most recent speech on public corruption.

Financial District »

Lower Manhattan 'Shocked and Saddened' by Sheldon Silver's Arrest

Residents fear they've lost an advocate for "getting things done" after Silver was charged with fraud.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Noxious Carpet in Judge's Chambers Poisoned 2 Clerks: Lawsuits

A law clerk and a secretary say toxic chemicals were released during carpet installation.

East Village »

Legendary Punk Rock Bar May Close Due to Lawsuit Under Disabilities Act

Manitoba's is trying to raise $25,000 after getting sued for not being wheelchair accessible.

Union Square »

Charges Dropped Against Photographer Arrested for Wearing 2-Finger Ring

The Manhattan DA dismissed charges against Andre Perry after an investigation, officials said.    

Inwood »

Uptown Political Lobbyist Used Nonprofit Head's Wages to Pay IRS, Suit Says

Lobbyist Luis Miranda Jr. is accused of withholding Carmen Santiago-Diaz's salary in a new lawsuit.

Midtown »

Cuomo Eyes Lifting Grand Jury Secrecy in Police Fatality Cases, Sources Say

The move would be designed to boost public confidence in the criminal justice system.

Concourse »

Officer Wounded in Bronx Gunpoint Robbery Scheduled for More Surgery: NYPD

Officer Andrew Dossi was transferred to Mt. Sinai Hospital on Monday morning.

Upper West Side »

Judge Blocks 'Fraudulent' Condo Conversion on Upper West Side, AG Says

A West 78th St. developer pushed tenants out and filed "fraudulent" documents, Eric Schneiderman said.

Bloomfield »

Staten Island Mother Beat Child During Meeting at School, Police Say

Bintu Fofanah, 36, choked, slapped and punched her daughter during a meeting.

Greenwich Village »

Judge Sides With NYU Law Students in First Amendment Battle With Ex-Trustee

A judge said subpoenas from Daniel Straus' company "presented significant First Amendment issues.”

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