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West Harlem »

A Harlem nursing home wants to quash a subpoena by the attorney general probing its sale to Allure.

Civic Center »

Silver will not have his case thrown out and should head to prison, prosecutors argue.

Civic Center »

The Manhattan U.S. Attorney and the Internal Revenue Service are investigating his finances.

Civic Center »

A grand jury accused the quartet of federal bribery charges in two cases of alleged corruption.

Civic Center »

The two officials and a businessman pal could be indicted as early as Friday.

Civic Center »

He told 600 officials that disgraced officers lost thousands of dollars to retire under a cloud.  

Civic Center »

The mayor said Thursday that the high-ranking officers should have known better.    

Elmhurst »

The U.S. Attorney's Office said a high school principal was allowed to harass three black teachers.

Battery Park City »

Jason Paul Smith threatened to blow up the Statue of Liberty last year, prosecutors said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The historic Inverted Jenny stamp was returned to its owners at the World Stamp Show on Thursday. 

Civic Center »

Alex Lichtenstein is accused of bribing NYPD officers for gun license permits, prosecutors said.

Brooklyn Heights »

Federal and city prosecutors are reportedly investigating the $52 million Brooklyn Heights Library sale.

Civic Center »

The Campaign for One New York won't say who donated money and then asked for it back.

Civic Center »

Commissioner Bill Bratton's hand-picked choice to clean up the unit retired after two weeks on the job.

Civic Center »

Alex Lichtenstein allegedly brought snacks to the early-morning meetings in Police Headquarters.