Two New York City men wrongfully convicted and jailed in the 1990s for murder had their sentences vacated in a Manhattan court on Monday. The cases were reinvestigated after it was found they were tied to the "Dirty 30" precinct in Harlem.
A new charge in the harassment and abuse case against actor Jonathan Majors was unveiled on Tuesday. His lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, blasted the move by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, claiming that there was "racial bias" involved in the case.
GOP officials and conservative pundits gathered to defend former president Donald Trump ahead of a potential indictment in New York.
The New York City criminal system is trying to right their wrongs. The District Attorney is set to throw out 188 cases tied to bad cops.
King said that his daughter suffered serious injuries, but hopes that she'll make a full recovery.
A woman, presumably white, called a clerk at the store the "n-word" by way of the "er" version after she was refused service for not donning a mask.
While blackouts tend to occur in Queens (where many residents have been in the dark since Tropical Storm Isaias came through earlier this week) or in other places across the nation, not so much in Manhattan. But this morning (August 7), parts of the latter lost power.
Don’t believe everything you see and hear during these times. One brazen story of the poor robbing from the rich seems to be all cap.
Jay-Z’s entertainment entity continues to flourish. Roc Nation is set to get more room for their headquarters in New York City.
The city of New York has been ground zero for a disproportionate amount of arrests related to marijuana possession as it relates to people of color for years, but now a new policy could change that. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has introduced a plan to decriminalize marijuana significantly, backing a recent pledge by Mayor […]
Apparently stick up kids have gone the social media route, too. According to Manhattan police, a teenager got scammed out of his Rolex when asked for selfie assistance.
Don’t be fooled, the jux can come disguised as some Bangin Candy as well. One unfortunate fellow learned this the hard way when he was relieved of $70,000 dollars worth of jewelry by a shady vixen.