Greenwich Village »

Subpoenaed NYU Law Students Ask School for Public Show of Support

NYU Law students want the school to speak out against the subpoenas by a trustee's company.

Financial District »

50 Years of Courtroom Drama on Display at Downtown Gallery

Sketches of famous trials, and infamous criminals, are being shown in the Financial District.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Law Students' Emails Subpoenaed After Criticizing School Trustee

NYU hired a lawyer to defend the law students, but has not publicly sided with them against the trustee.

Kips Bay »

Co-Op President Accused of Cutting Waitlist Can Keep His Apt., Court Rules

The co-op head can stay in his 4-bedroom though his family is too small to have qualified for it.

Civic Center »

Family of Ramarley Graham Demands Federal Civil Rights Investigation

It's been eight months since the U.S. Attorney's Office announced it would review the case.

Upper East Side »

Modell's CEO Accused of Expensing $7M on Trips and Food

Mitchell Modell spent lavishly on steaks, Disney World trips and massages, his sister-in-law claims.

Midtown »

Myls Dobson's Death Ruled a Homicide

The 4-year-old who was tortured and starved for two weeks died January 8 in Kryzie King's apartment.

Midtown »

Woman Charged in Death of Myls Dobson Said She Tried to 'Show Him the Love'

Kryzie King, 28, grew up in a nomadic and violent home, much like Myls Dobson, records show.

Cobble Hill »

Firm Picked to Run LICH Paid $95M to Settle Medicare Fraud Suit

Quorum Health was accused of inflating costs for 15 years, among other allegations, court records show.

Elmhurst »

Detective Who Killed National Guardsman Noel Polanco Charged by NYPD

The department has accused Detective Hassan Hamdy of failing to use proper tactics.

Inwood »

Inwood Bakery Worker Was Paid Pittance for Grueling Shifts, Lawsuit Claims

Moraima Ortiz is suing Kenny Bakery, saying the owner paid her sub-minimum wages for 57-hour workweeks.

Times Square & Theater District »

Woman Burned by Hot Wax at Madame Tussauds, Lawsuit Says

A diehard Michael Jackson fan wanted to see a sculpture of the star and was scalded, she says.

Tottenville »

Staten Island Man Pleads Guilty to Defrauding NJ Sandy Victims of $31K

Frank Lewery, 52, pleaded guilty to stealing deposits for repairs from homeowners in New Jersey.

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