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New York City Taxis  come down 2nd Avenue in New York  on July 10, 2014. (credit: Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)

Judge Recommends $25,000 Fine For Cabbie Who Turned Away Black Passengers

According to the judge’s recap, the women testified in February that the cab’s “available” light was on, but Raza told them he was going off duty.

08/07/2015

A dress code sign posted at some Williamsburg stores. (credit: CBS 2)

City Drops Suit Against Some Jewish Shop Owners Over Dress Codes

The City of New York has dropped a lawsuit against seven Hasidic storeowners in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, who posted signs in their windows asking customers to dress modestly.

01/22/2014

Dress Code Sign Posted At Some Williamsburg Stores. (credit: CBS 2)

NYC Says Dress Code Posted By Some Jewish Shop Owners Is ‘Discrimination’

Sam Gold said he can’t believe the city is taking him to court over a sign posted last summer at his store in the Hasidic enclave of Williamsburg.

04/26/2013

Debbie Stevens with attorney Lenard Leeds (credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

Hicksville Woman Says She Was Fired After Donating Kidney To Help Boss

Debbie Stevens has filed a complaint claiming she was fired after a donating her kidney to allow her boss to move up on a transplant waiting list.

04/23/2012