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Former judge Laura Lee Jacobson says a political panel wrongly smeared her reputation and ruined her judicial career.
Before Sex Abuse Arrest, Brooklyn Lawmaker’s Aide Received Nearly $200,000 in State Payments to His Company
Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is investigating 82 disbursements to a company founded by former Bensonhurst Assemblymember Peter Abbate’s statehouse staffer.
Joseph Brady, legislative director for former Brooklyn Assemblymember Peter Abbate, still faces multiple misdemeanor counts in alleged upstate assault
District Attorney Alvin Bragg called an emergency meeting and faced tough questions over the office’s handling of the case.
The office of county prosecutor Eric Gonzalez has interviewed people whose allegations of forgeries and favoritism first surfaced in THE CITY.
In a combative appearance, Louis Molina denied there was a problem at the Department of Corrections, despite the collapse of the LGBTQ+ Affairs unit under his tenure.
A decade ago, New York City set out to lead the nation in efforts to support incarcerated trans people. Now detainees tell THE CITY that they are stranded in all-male housing units, subject to physical violence and sexual assaults.
Surrogate Court Judge Harriet Thompson allegedly used prejudiced language, but another judge ruled that didn’t mean she could be barred from the courthouse’s private spaces.
The fast-casual seafood chain never registered as a franchisor in New York and has faced several lawsuits from franchisees and investors. Its CEO argues these claims come from disgruntled ex-associates.