Nassau County Exec. Demands PSEG Long Island Pay Back Customers For 'Botched' Storm ResponseOfficials want the utility to refund people for their bills and reimburse them for spoiled food and medications that had to be thrown away.
New York Attorney General Seeks To Disband NRA Over Allegations Of Leaders' Lavish LifestylesJames filed the lawsuit Thursday in state court in Manhattan following an 18-month investigation.
Mayor Says AG’s Proposal To Have Committee Oversee NYPD ‘Just Won’t Work’De Blasio argued reforms can only move quickly when there’s “unity of command” and “true accountability.”
New York Attorney General Letitia James Gives Update On Investigation Into Possible NYPD Misconduct During ProtestsHer office held public hearings last month, with testimony from more than 100 witnesses.
NYPD Commissioner Testifies In AG Investigation Into Police Response To ProtestsNYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says he took swift action this weekend against an officer who put a man in an apparent chokehold.
N.Y. Attorney General James Launches Investigation On Police Procedures And Protester ActionsAs protests continue across New York, the state's attorney general is hosting a public hearing this week on interactions between police and the public.
Terrence Floyd, George Floyd's Brother, Thanks New Yorkers At Brooklyn Memorial Service: 'My Brother Is Gone But The Floyd Name Still Lives On'Thousands filled Cadman Plaza as far as the eye could see to honor the life of George Floyd.
Cuomo Addresses George Floyd Protests, Saying Violence 'Dishonors Mr. Floyd's Death'Cuomo said he's seen "a lot of disturbing video" about the protests, and that Attorney General Letitia James will be reviewing the entire weekend's protests.
New York Attorney General Calls For TV Providers To Cancel Live Sports Programming Fees Due To Coronavirus Sports ShutdownCustomers can pay up to $20 extra a month for subscriptions that include live sporting events.
New York State Attorney General Blocks Banks, Debt Collectors From Seizing Stimulus ChecksMore than 80 million Americans are expected to receive payments that started going out last week.
Point Of View: New York Attorney General Letitia James Talks NYPD Probe, Sanctuary Cities & Bail ReformsThe lawyer of the people joined CBSN New York's political reporter Marcia Kramer for this week’s episode of “The Point.”
AG James Gives NYPD Until Feb. 10 To Turn Over Records On Subway Fare Evasion TacticsIt is a conundrum faced by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Police Department that has people who ride subways and buses in the crosshairs.
NYPD Probed For Possible Racial Bias In Subway Fare PolicingNew York City's policing of subway fare beaters is drawing scrutiny from the state’s attorney general for possible racial bias.
New York Proposal Seeks Body Cameras For State PoliceA nationwide Associated Press survey found that New York State Police are the largest primary state law enforcement agency not equipped with cameras.
New York Sues JUUL For Allegedly Fueling Youth Vaping EpidemicThe lawsuit also claims the company misled consumers and misrepresented its products by saying they’re a safer alternative to smoking.