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New Jersey follows nearly two dozen other jurisdictions with similar lawsuits. But none of these cases have been resolved yet, and fossil fuel companies are pushing back.

Parts of New York will be off limits to recreational dispensaries for the time being after an entrepreneur won a federal injunction against the state’s equity program.

A state court has temporarily halted a lawsuit challenging efforts to make the city's outdoor dining program permanent.

People are being held indefinitely without due process, lawyer says.

He had been held in a caged shower cell for days, in violation of city rules, the suit says.

In a temporary victory for Mayor Eric Adams, an appellate judge blocked a lower court’s decision last week, allowing his administration to implement hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts to school budgets based on declining enrollment in New York City schools.

The police department has shelled out nearly $68 million so far this year.

Three Bronx residents are suing the Doe Fund, the nonprofit owner of a building on Jerome Avenue that’s been linked to a recent deadly outbreak of the bacteria.

A notice of claim alleges Mary Yehudah suffered from untreated diabetes, and her death was a preventable consequence of the city's broken correctional health care system.

It comes nearly a month after Justice Ralph Porzio declared the new law violated both the state constitution and state election law