Sunday was a day to dote on moms, but for one group, it was also a chance to pay tribute and give attention to a very important mission.
The measure has passed with bipartisan support twice in the senate, most recently last week.
The man charged with trying murder his wife and former boss by setting them on fire was indicted Wednesday by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
Where are all the stories about the young mother who Belcher murdered? Where is the outrage over Belcher murdering his girlfriend?
Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley, who stepped down after what he called an unjust domestic violence conviction, won a new trial Wednesday from an appeals court.
Signs will be going up around the city saying, “Report domestic violence. Don’t mind your own business.”
Mauvette Mattandeen, 41, surrendered to detectives around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, said Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey Soriano. She faces attempted murder and weapons charges, and her bail was set at $500,000 cash
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is closing out 2011 by touting how safe the Big Apple is, announcing near record safety levels were maintained in this year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 1 in 4 women have been the victim of domestic violence and 1 in 5 have either been raped or are the victim of an attempted rape.
Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan is tapping into the technology to prevent women from having to keep looking over their shoulder, if their abuser has a court order to stay away.
Legislation that would impose more stringent bail restrictions on those charged with violating domestic violence-related restraining orders in New Jersey will go before the state Senate this week.
Report: Ex-NYC Deputy Mayor Stephen Goldsmith Arrested On Domestic Violence Charge Days Before Resignation
Police say Goldsmith shoved his wife into a kitchen counter after she reportedly told him she “should have put a bullet through” him “years ago.”
It’s an alarming trend – people continuing to kill members of their own family.
Lawmakers want to put repeat offenders behind bars before they cause serious harm to other potential victims.
Clergy members from Brownsville and Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn got a first-hand look at the NYPD firing range at Rodman’s Neck in the Bronx, where a series of dangerous scenarios where acted out.