Queens District Attorney Richard Brown announced the indictment of a convict for two rape cases dating back to 1997. Johnny Dupree was indicted Friday on charges of raping two women in Richmond Hill, Queens in separate attacks more than 16 years ago.
Oquendo, 14, was last seen leaving his Long Island City school on Oct. 4. He suffered a severe form of autism and was unable to communicate verbally.
The University of New Haven is developing a new process for identifying mold, bacteria and other contaminants in marijuana by using DNA profiling and analysis.
A tiny sample of cancerous DNA could help determine which drugs will work against an individual tumor.
On Thursday, Mayor Mike Spano and police Commissioner Charles Gardner announced a voluntary initiative called the Yonkers Missing Children DNA Program.
At $92 a pop, Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair cream carries a big promise in a little bottle – the youth potion every woman is looking for.
If you have spent time in the sun this summer chances are you’ve lathered up with lotions, sprays, and oils to keep your skin healthy; but, what if all you needed was a pill?
Connecticut’s second-highest court says prison officials can use reasonable force to take DNA samples from convicted felons who refuse to provide them.
“The goal is always the same: identify embryos that are unaffected, and are going to produce normal children and only transfer those back,” explained Dr. Rusty Herbert.
Christie’s in New York will soon be auctioning off scientist Dr. Francis Crick’s letter to his 12-year-old son, saying he and a colleague had discovered something ”very beautiful” in the structure of DNA.
One employee has been fired and another suspended after the crime lab discovered more than 50 cases in which DNA samples weren’t sent to a state database.
City officials are raising a scary question: are there rapists on the loose in New York City?
Two months after superstorm Sandy, we are continuing to find out about the extent of the damage. Two NYPD warehouses were flooded out and now the city is dealing with the consequences.
There was an emotional homecoming Thursday for a Long Island man who spent 18 years in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit. While on vacation with his wife in Vermont, she was brutally murdered and the crime was pinned on him.
Now anyone convicted of a felony or penal misdemeanor will have a DNA sample collected, which will be a massive expansion of the current database.