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The jury has been deliberating for days, but the case is far from over

The jury for the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial deliberates for second day without reaching

The teenage boy will be charged as an adult for the murder of the Barnard

For journalists covering the sexual assault trial of the movie mogul, it’s meant long, tedious

Judge asks jurors to review evidence and clarification on the charges

The president’s clemency frenzy, included Bernie Kerik, who spent three years in prison for tax

A 14-year-old boy has been charged as an adult in death of Tessa Majors

Two NYPD officers were shot in two different incidents in less than 12 hours in

In opening arguments, the prosecutor argues the brutal gang-related death of a 15-year-old was pre-mediated

Eight candidates already vying to replace Judge Richard Brown, who had planned to retire in

Activists working with incarcerated individuals have long been fighting to find a better way of

An NYPD surgeon will contradict the Medical Examiner’s determination that the cause of death was

Saheed Vassell’s supporters protest the New York Attorney General’s decision not to charge officers in

A glimpse into the secret trials where cops adjudicate themselves

Frustrated Bronx community members vented their frustrations following the death of a 68-year-old woman