Protesters of antigay violence held a march in Greenwich Village that ended at the site where Mark Carson was fatally shot.
As gay rights increase, so do hate crimes.
The N.Y.U. researchers, who specialized in magnetic resonance imaging, colluded with Chinese institutions to reveal confidential information, prosecutors said.
Judge Schira A. Scheindlin, hearing a civil rights lawsuit against the city on stop-and-frisk practices, said 88 percent of street stops find no criminal evidence.
Jewelry and other items were reported stolen in a weekend burglary at a Harborcreek Township residence.
CLEVELAND -- City officials in Cleveland are asking residents for patience while the filming of a big-budget movie ties up traffic near downtown for the next several weeks.
It's primary day in Erie and voting polls are officially open.
MOORE, Okla. -- Spotlights bore down on massive piles of shredded cinder block, insulation and metal as crews worked through the night lifting bricks and parts of collapsed walls where a monstrous tornado barreled through the Oklahoma City suburbs, demolishing an elementary school and reducing homes to piles of splintered wood.
Good morning. No exclamation today because of the terrible news out of Oklahoma. It’s still warm and sticky here in Albany. Gov. Andrew Cuomo remains at the Capitol, but has no announced public schedule. The Cuomonian education reform commission will meet today at the State Museum. Lobbying today: hydrofracking opponents, DREAM Act supporters, pro-choice advocates [...]
Kenneth “Kenny” Noe, Jr., whose name was synonymous with NYRA, died on Sunday at age 84. The former president, chief executive officer and chairman of the New York Racing Association, Noe was a lifelong racing administrator. He left NYRA in 2000, but is remembered like a former governor or Assembly speaker who had an powerful [...]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Rensselaer County Clerk Frank Merola is “not upholding the law” in his announced refusal last week to release information about pistol permit holders. “I don’t believe that’s the law. That’s not for a county clerk to do on a blanket basis. That’s not my reading of the law,” Cuomo said. “Let me get [...]
Facing criticism over the way the state Assembly handled allegations of sexual harassment against Vito Lopez, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver announced he would establish an independent investigator to handle and direct any sexual harassment complaint and would propose a bill to ban confidential settlements of any harassment victim. “I want New Yorkers to know I [...]