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Workers at Red 27 Spa and Wellness 54 offered sex acts to officers in exchange for money, the suits say.

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Tenants including artist Mary Beth McKenzie say the Loft Board approved plans contrary to its own rules.

Financial District »

Two men are suing the Port Authority and Otis Elevator Company over the incident.

Times Square & Theater District »

The costumed character previously filed another, $2.5 million suit claiming he was falsely arrested. 

Chelsea »

The building on West 21st Street has also been the site of illegal Airbnb rentals, the city said. 

Union Square »

Lashawn Marten fatally punched a 62-year-old man after proclaiming he would "knock out" white people. 

Chelsea »

The woman told security the man had been harassing her, but they didn't eject him, her attorney says. 

Chelsea »

Officers who went into W Men Spa were told its workers would perform sex acts for cash, a lawsuit says.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Terrace customers pay a "service charge," but the money doesn't go to its workers, the suit says.

Civic Center »

Janet Lee, 42, pretended to be another woman to secure a SoHo apartment, prosecutors said. 

Chelsea »

A "dangerous setup light" left the model with second-degree burns and blisters, the lawsuit says.

Times Square & Theater District »

Richard Rojas, 26, was indicted Thursday on charges including murder, attempted murder and assault.

Midtown »

West 51st Street bar Johnny Utah's claims to be home to the city's "one and only mechanical bull."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Victim Timothy Caughman's supporters said James Harris Jackson shouldn't be allowed to claim insanity.

Civic Center »

A new lawsuit challenges the NYPD's refusal to release records about surveillance of protesters.