The New York State Senate has already passed a bill to let p8olice collect DNA samples from more criminals, and now all five of New York City’s district attorneys are getting behind it.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans an expansion of the state’s DNA databank and Suffolk County authorities are getting behind it.
In response to the SAT cheating scandal on Long Island, lawmakers are proposing ideas to prevent fraud and cheating on college entrance exams.
The state of New York is considering a dramatic expansion of its DNA collection. New Yorkers who find themselves under arrest for anything may soon have to give up a sample.
The MTA has confirmed incidents of spitting on transit workers, usually on buses but also on trains, are happening about 14 times every month.
In the decade since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, more than 1,000 victims remain unidentified. But that might not be the case for much longer. Ten years of advances in technology are speeding up the process.
Alberto Barriera pleaded guilty Wednesday to rape after he admitted attacking the teen 18 years ago.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office says Hardware rubbed his genitals against women who couldn’t get away from him on crowded rush-hour subways.
Malloy praised Connecticut lawmakers early Thursday for stepping up and working to help him address the state’s budget crisis. He also warned there is more work to be done, calling for a special session.
Would you want to know how long you’re going to live? In the coming months, it could become a possibility. A new blood test is being developed that could give you a look at your longevity.
Police in Nassau County said Thursday they’ve cracked a cold case, the murder of a Westbury woman 15 years ago.
The goal is to expand the DNA database to help solve open cases and reduce the rate of false convictions.
A new study suggests there may be a biological reason for infidelity. A group of New York researchers say it’s all in the genes — and not your blue ones.
Joey Bethea was found guilty of murder in the strangulation of 22-year-old Dorothy LeConte, of North Bergen, N.J. She was visiting relatives on Long Island.
A software company that helped identify the remains of 9/11 victims is accusing the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office of improperly handing its programing secrets to the FBI.
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