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Ibrahim Khan said his departure was not related to the allegations which he denies.


Departments must now reveal when officers get in trouble for discrimination, lying, use of excessive force, domestic violence, mishandling evidence, improper searches or arrests.


The suit is the culmination of a three-year probe into Trump’s real estate empire.


The ceremony at New York's historic port of entry came at a critical moment for the city’s relationship with immigrants.


No, you don’t need to be 21 to buy whipped cream in New York. But store owners started IDing for whipped cream, citing a state law. It wasn’t supposed to be that way.


The state Attorney General will use a new state law to get around federal protections for the firearm industry.


The deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan are the subject of a new podcast series by WNYC. The state attorney general’s office said it would “follow the evidence wherever it leads.”


The state attorney general’s office said a grand jury declined to file charges.


Attorney General Letitia James is filing a lawsuit against three New York City school bus companies accusing them of violating idling laws.