Manhattan DA Returns 3 Ancient Sculptures To LebanonDistrict Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. announced Friday the repatriation of the treasures that were possessed by private collectors and are worth more than $5 million.
NYPD, Manhattan DA’s Office Investigate New Rape Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinHBO actress Paz de la Huerta tells CBS News the Hollywood movie mogul raped her twice at her New York City apartment.
Manhattan DA Vance Stands By Decision To Not Go Forward With Case Against Harvey Weinstein In 2015Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said his office would have prosecuted media mogul Harvey Weinstein in 2015 if they had a case.
'Tragedy Of Unimaginable Proportions:' Vice President Mike Pence Visits Las VegasA note found in Stephen Paddock's hotel suite included calculations about where to aim in order to be as accurate as possible, CBS News reports.
Local Lawmakers Call For Stricter Gun Laws In Wake Of Las Vegas ShootingThe chief law enforcement officer in Manhattan said bills that seek to allow silencers will turn back the clock on keeping New York City safe.
DA: Cybercrime Ring Successfully Withdrew $1 Million In 'Debit Card Cracking' SchemeNew York City prosecutors announced an indictment against 39 people in an apparent cybercrime organization Wednesday.
Manhattan DA Announces $58 Million Effort To Prevent CrimeManhattan District Attorney Cy Vance is awarding millions to community-based programs in an effort to prevent crime.
Pedro Hernandez Convicted Of Killing Etan Patz, Boy Missing Since 1979Jurors deliberated over nine days before finding the 56-year-old guilty of murder during a kidnapping.
Grand Juries Investigating De Blasio's Fundraising PracticesTwo grand juries have begun hearing testimony in state and federal criminal probes into Mayor Bill de Blasio campaign fundraising practices, WCBS 880's Marla Diamond reports.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office Now Houses State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime LabInstead of a typical ribbon cutting ceremony, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance opened the facility by cutting an Ethernet cable.
Rep. Maloney: Terrorists May Be Benefiting From Weak Ownership Disclosure LawsA Manhattan congresswoman said Monday that current law is making it easy for terrorists to hide funds right in the U.S.
Report: Port Authority Officials Hiring Lawyers As Investigations Continue Into Use Of Toll MoneyBoth the Manhattan district attorney's office and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether the Port Authority had the right to spend $1.8 billion in toll money to rebuild the Pulaski Skyway and three other roads.