New York City has awarded $9 million to two men who were freed after wrongful convictions.
Twelve members of a single family were charged Thursday with lying to lenders to obtain more than $20 million in mortgage loans over the past decade, most of which went into default.
Gilberto Valle was sentenced Wednesday for unlawfully accessing a federal database.
The photos appear in an exhibit at the Lilac Gallery in the Flatiron District from Wednesday until Dec. 1.
In a sentencing memorandum filed Monday, prosecutors argue that Dr. Stan Li should be given consecutive sentences totaling 30 years for the deaths of two patients.
A driver who police said is charged in connection with a deadly crash outside a banquet hall in Queens remains hospitalized Monday.
U.S. attorney Loretta Lynch has emerged as the leading choice to be the next attorney general, but President Barack Obama does not plan to make a nomination until after a trip to Asia next week.
Jeffrey Evagues, of Manorville, Long Island, and Asif Ali, of Queens, were arrested Thursday and charged with stealing federal employee benefits and payroll.
New York City jail officials announced Thursday that they plan tighter screening of guards and other employees, after a city investigation found they were easily able to smuggle vodka, heroin, marijuana and razor blades into Rikers Island.
Adam Tang was convicted in absentia on charges of reckless endangerment and reckless driving, crimes that carry up to a year in jail.
Officer David Afanador is charged with felony assault, and Tyrane Isaac is charged with misdemeanor assault.
The jury did not find Jordan guilty of the top count of murder, but instead convicted her of first-degree manslaughter as a result of extreme emotional disturbance.
In her latest TV appearance on “Doctor Phil,” claims were made that the judge and prosecutor kept Jordan from calling medical witnesses who could have helped her case.
A nurse once quarantined in New Jersey over Ebola concerns has won this battle with state officials over a mandatory quarantine in Maine.
The murder of restaurant owner Jose Martinez in Washington Heights is 1986 was a cold case that went unsolved until the victim’s daughter, using the internet, tracked down the confessed killer.