A Brooklyn man's conviction is being re-examined - but where's the material evidence that could help him?
A state appeals court ruling threatens plaintiffs' ability to have crucial evidence protected.
In some neighborhoods with high levels of smoking, cut-rate cigarette sellers proliferate.
The chorus that claims the Civilian Complaint Review Board doesn't have enough impact grows louder.
A mass arrest in Brooklyn is leading the young people involved to work for substantive change in their relations with the police.
A longstanding police policy of tolerance comes to an end with the arrests of workers who seek construction jobs on Queens street corners.
Just as the Board of Education prepares to quadruple the Truancy Reduction Alliance to Contact Kids, or TRACK program, some students and teachers say changes are desperately needed before the expansion kicks in.
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