She was a reporter and hippy anti-war protester who had chained herself to the White House fence. He was a symbol of the establishment, 30 years her senior and a widower with five children.
A body camera pilot program at the NYPD raised a wide range of questions about how to best monitor police and community interactions, according to a report released Thursday.
The New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner ruled the baby’s death was caused by homicidal asphyxiation.
One of the defendants, Darcy Copeland, allegedly ran a heroin distribution ring based in Monticello, New York, despite being in prison for the past year.
The inmates were overcome with the same of symptoms, which included vomiting, sudden agitation, hallucinations and going into a catatonic state, officials said.
State Sen. Thomas Libous is on trial for allegedly lying to the FBI repeatedly when he denied making a corrupt deal to get his son Matthew a high-paying job with the law firm.
The leader of a group that duped American taxpayers into sending it millions of dollars has been sentenced to more than 14 years in prison.
Jose Vasquez is on trial after allegedly groping the women who posed for photos with him in January 2014.
In exchange for the plea, prosecutors promised Allah Justice McQueen a sentence of 15 to 21 months, WCBS 880’s Irene Cornell reported.
Investigators used wire taps, stakeouts, video surveillance, and intercepted thousands of phone calls in order bring down the ring.
A man who acted as a lookout for three others who BASE jumped from One World Trade Center in 2013 was sentenced to community service Thursday.
Former state Sen. Malcolm Smith will spend seven years in prison for a scheme to bribe his way onto the ballot for the 2013 New York City mayoral election.
The neighborhood customers, who preferred to use their benefit cards to get cash, cigarettes or alcohol, found a willing cohort in the unscrupulous deli owner, prosecutors said.
Dr. Rogelio Lucas, 77, and Lydia Lucas, 80, were indicted earlier this month for allegedly turning their Upper West Side medical practice into a massive and lucrative pill mill.
A man stood charged Monday with calling in nearly a dozen bomb threats at John F. Kennedy International Airport, and threatening to kill both police and travelers.