A New Jersey woman said she was roughed up by an off-duty police officer working security at an Atlantic City casino, and it was all caught on camera.
A legal challenge to the ban on gay conversion therapy in New Jersey suffered yet another court defeat on Thursday.
The lawsuit claims the club recognized and rewarded former VP of ticket sales Leigh Castergine until she learned she was pregnant in August 2013.
A mother claimed Thursday afternoon that her 11-year-old son fell into hot tar on their Long Island neighborhood street that was being repaved.
The family of a 39-year-old mentally ill man has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Paterson, nearly two years after the man was shot and killed by a Paterson police officer.
Robert Redford has brought some Hollywood-style drama to the New York State Department of Taxation.
A federal judge in New Jersey has tossed a lawsuit challenging the state’s ban on gay conversion therapy for the second time in nine months.
Police unions lost their bid Wednesday to challenge a ruling concluding that the city’s stop-and-frisk tactics are sometimes discriminatory — moving the city a step closer toward changing the program.
Residents near the Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood, where toxic materials were recently discovered, said they’re worried about the health of their families.
The United Federation of Teachers on Tuesday asked to become a defendant in a New York City lawsuit challenging job protections for teachers.
Brown filed the lawsuit after he said he was falsely accused of credit card fraud at Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square last year.
The NYPD on Tuesday was hit with a First Amendment lawsuit, alleging the department has a practice of arresting people for shooting video of officers.
Attorneys announced a $50 million lawsuit against the NYPD Thursday, on behalf of a Bronx man they claimed was beaten unconscious by officers.
A Connecticut synagogue filed a federal lawsuit this week, alleging the Town of Greenwich violated its civil rights and made a discriminatory decision by denying its plan to build a house of worship.
Andrew Robert Rector admits in court documents he “napped” during a game against the Red Sox, but says commentators unleashed an “avalanche of disparaging words” against him.