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State Now Protects Jobs of Domestic Violence Victims
  

Aug 20, 2009

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Aug 03, 2009

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A Legal Victory for Tenants
  

Jul 21, 2009

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The Race to Fill Morgenthau's Shoes
  

Jul 20, 2009

Image by Ya-Hsuan Huang In 1975, U.S. troops finally left Vietnam, a not-yet-20-year-old Bill Gates launched Microsoft, and the Weather Underground and Symbionese Liberation Army were seen as terrorist threats. As

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Parents in Prison, Children in Foster Care
  

Jul 20, 2009

Photo (cc) Robert Crum Jacob Gunther was just a toddler when the state removed him from his home. But when he finally reconnected with his mother as a teenager, dim memories

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Political Intrigue in a Personal Injury Case
  

Jun 30, 2009

When Jashar Maliqi, 43, left Kosovo and entered the United States in 2003 via Canada, he possessed no valid documents authorizing him to be in this country. In other words,

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Staying Out of Jail -- and in Upper Manhattan
  

Jun 08, 2009

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Last Updated (Friday, May 25, 2012 11:21 AM)

New York's Gun Battle
  

May 18, 2009

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A Retreat on False Arrests from Chelsea to Bushwick
  

May 05, 2009

One case involves middle-aged gay men at adult bookstores. The other concerns black and Latino teenagers on their way to a wake. One centers around Manhattan, the other in Bushwick. Both

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The End of the Rockefeller Era
  

Apr 27, 2009

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