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Correction: This article originally overstated the effects on budget cuts on treatment and prevention programs. The article now has been corrected.
It took Harriet Lessel a over a
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A recent rally against hate crimes on Staten island.
Let’s start with this inescapable fact: If you are a Mexican immigrant living in Port Richmond on Staten Island you
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In the wake of judge Saliann Scarpulla's decision that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority could not fire 260 token booth clerks and close subway station booths, the agency continues
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A brutal rape and murder this spring has prompted some Flushing residents to wonder about the safety of their neighborhood.
Susan Ma does not like to go out
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The purpose of bail in criminal cases was made clear last month at the United States courthouse in Brooklyn. The proceedings there also underscored what can happen when a
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A rendition of DNA on display at the Naturalis Museum in Leyden, The Netherlands.
Tyrone Williams raped, sodomized, sexually assaulted and robbed more than seven women across three
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In New York State -- and in New York only -- a contested divorce requires proof of fault. One party must allege and prove that the other spouse's
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One of the dozens of cameras -- government and private -- that keep watch on Times Square.
There are 82 police cameras and others cameras from stores trained
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There is no denying that divorce in New York can be an ugly process. Yes, even uglier than in most states. When North Dakota in 1985 adopted a
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A proposal to slash 20 fire companies from the Fire Department's ranks does more than irk firefighters.
It burns them.
A crowd of elected officials and firefighters gathered in