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Stories It was the best thing to happen to Anthony Yarbough in the 21 years he's been locked up for killing his mother, teen half-sister and her friend. DNA evidence recovered after the 1992 triple homicide in Coney Island was recently linked to a
Stories Seth Wenig Brooklyn district attorney candidate Kenneth Thompson is under fire by his opponents, who are blasting him for representing Democrats in the state Senate during one of Albany's most scandal-scarred years. Thompson's cushy Fifth Ave.
Another met his connection to an A-list actor as a college kid working in the mailroom at the United Nations. And the incumbent's longtime political career attracted one of the city's most outspoken real estate developers. These are the connections
Former Mayor David Dinkins endorses Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes, who is facing two black challengers for reelection Hynes has held the district attorney office for 23 years and has taken criticism over not prosecuting ultra-Orthodox Jewish sex abuse
Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes calls Weberman case landmark vs. predators The victim in this case was speaking for all who have suffered abuse but have been intimidated and forced into silence by scare tactics that support the abuser and discard the
The family of a woman shot and killed by police in June spoke out Thursday after meeting with the Brooklyn District Attorney. Several family members of Shantel Davis, along with community activists, met with Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes and his staff.
Daily News names investigators Vito Maniscalco and James Russell Heroes of the Month for saving life of infant Bronx boy Assigned to joint federal-state task force, detectives briefly abandoned post to rush 7-week-old Marcos Vega Jr. to the hospital
At-risk teens turn to ReStart Academy to get their lives Back On Track The Back On Track program, sponsored by Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes, gives high school students in danger of dropping out the academic and mental focus they need to succeed Friday,
Jeanne Noonan for New York Daily News Following a triple homicide last week, a Queens lawmaker took aim at the Queens District Attorney on Tuesday for his supposed blind spot in the battle against gun violence. City Councilman James Sanders Jr.
Jeff Bachner Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes is under fire for failing to prosecute sexual abuse cases in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Almost exactly a year ago, Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes announced he had secured the