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By Talking about Sexual Violence, Grassroots Effort Aims to Prevent It
  

Nov 04, 2010

Photo by Ken Lu 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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Behind the Hate Crimes on Staten Island
  

Aug 23, 2010

Photo byThomas Good 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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Closing of Subway Booths Raises Safety Concerns
  

Jul 02, 2010

Photo by BKabak 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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Following Brutal Crime, Flushing Looks Out for Its Safety
  

Jun 28, 2010

Photo by Meg McCarron 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

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Bail Presents Tough Choices for Parents, Judge
  

Jun 15, 2010

Photo byludwg 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

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State Seeks to Expand DNA Database
  

Jun 11, 2010

Photo by ironmanixs A rendition of DNA on display at the Naturalis Museum in Leyden, The Netherlands. Tyrone Williams raped, sodomized, sexually assaulted and robbed more than seven women across three

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Court Sets High Bar for 'Egregious
  

May 25, 2010

Squibs of California In New York State -- and in New York only -- a contested divorce requires proof of fault. One party must allege and prove that the other spouse's

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The Price of Increased Surveillance
  

May 21, 2010

Photos by Andy Humm One of the dozens of cameras -- government and private -- that keep watch on Times Square. There are 82 police cameras and others cameras from stores trained

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No-Fault Divorce Creates Strange Bedfellows
  

May 20, 2010

CC BY-SA 2.0 There is no denying that divorce in New York can be an ugly process. Yes, even uglier than in most states. When North Dakota in 1985 adopted a

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Cuts Burn Fire Department
  

May 10, 2010

Photo (cc) 2010 jamie_hladky A proposal to slash 20 fire companies from the Fire Department's ranks does more than irk firefighters. It burns them. A crowd of elected officials and firefighters gathered in

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