'This Behavior Must End:' Gov. Cuomo Orders Review Of 2015 Weinstein CaseThe directive came just hours after Time's Up, an initiative started by a powerhouse group of women in Hollywood to fight systemic sexual harassment, called on Cuomo to investigate.
DA Vance On Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act: 'It's Ridiculous'The bill, which has already passed the House of Representatives, would force all 50 states to honor concealed carry permits from other states.
Law Enforcement Leaders Call For More Access To Encrypted App DataFBI Director James Comey and DA Cyrus Vance want tech firms to make it possible to wiretap phones, encrypted apps to help aid terrorist investigations.
Report: Man Charged With Reckless Driving For 'Fastest Lap Around Manhattan' On The Lam In CanadaThe viral video posted on YouTube last year shows Adam Tang speeding in a lap around Manhattan.
NYPD Officers Getting Smartphones, Tablets Under New InitiativeNew York's Finest are getting a new weapon in the war on crime: improved mobile communications.
Manhattan DA Returns Ancient Coins To Greece After Collector's ProsecutionThe Manhattan District Attorney’s Office returned five ancient coins to the government of Greece Monday, after the prosecution of a prominent collector from Rhode Island.
WCBS 880: Manhattan DA Says Complex Cocaine, Prescription Pills And Financial Fraud Ring Broken Up"This case started as an investigation into street-level cocaine dealers, but that was only the tip of the iceberg," Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said.
NYPD Detective Pleads Not Guilty To Perjury In Connection With Drug CaseDetective Said Salim was released without bail Wednesday after pleading not guilty to perjury, official misconduct and other charges.
2 Indicted On Gun Trafficking Charges In New York CityBronx resident Javon Burgess, 36, and 24-year-old Paul Lee, of Brooklyn are accused of selling the illegal weapons in broad daylight.
Man Asks Court To Nix Conviction In 1998 Harlem Murder CaseAttorney Robert Gottlieb filed a motion Thursday for a new trial based on new evidence, saying there's not enough proof left in the case after some eyewitnesses backtracked.
NYC Officials Offer Tips For National 'Protect Your Identity' Week“In this day and age, cybercriminals can easily attack an individual from thousands of miles away if necessary precautions aren’t taken," Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said.
Wildlife Groups Outraged After 2 Manhattan Jewelers Plead Guilty To Selling Illegal Elephant IvoryA string of pearls, a wise owl and a smiling Buddha were all part of one of the largest seizures of illegal ivory ever in New York State, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Jr. said.