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What happens when a man says he's guilty of murder, but state-of-the-art-science says he's not?
That is the question the New York Court of Appeals, the state's highest court,
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The Department of Buildings had issued 13 violations for this Manhattan site where a 2008 crane collapse killed seven people.
The tragic deaths this month of two veteran
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This time he means business.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled a $65.6 billion budget Thursday, the 10th of his tenure, which reduces spending by 0.4 percent and threatens for
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Human Rights Watch, known internationally for fighting degradation and institutional suffering among the people of Africa, Indonesia, Latin America and other developing areas of the world, has
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In one of his first acts as governor, Mario Cuomo helped negotiate an end to a hostage crisis at Sing Sing prison. Recently his son Andrew went
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Correction: This article originally overstated the effects on budget cuts on treatment and prevention programs. The article now has been corrected.
It took Harriet Lessel a over a
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A recent rally against hate crimes on Staten island.
Let’s start with this inescapable fact: If you are a Mexican immigrant living in Port Richmond on Staten Island you
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In the wake of judge Saliann Scarpulla's decision that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority could not fire 260 token booth clerks and close subway station booths, the agency continues
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A brutal rape and murder this spring has prompted some Flushing residents to wonder about the safety of their neighborhood.
Susan Ma does not like to go out
The purpose of bail in criminal cases was made clear last month at the United States courthouse in Brooklyn. The proceedings there also underscored what can happen when a