By Kevin Deutsch and Sasha Gonzales firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com BOCA RATON, FL.— Saturday marks the 13th anniversary of the killings of Nancy and Joey Bochicchio at […]
The 9-month-old boy, Dante Steer-Cooman, was lifeless when police arrived at the Wakefield residence where he lay unconscious Feb. 14.
Five people—including four Department of Correction Officers—have been indicted for using forged New York City disability parking placards, Bronx prosecutors announced Tuesday.
New York federal court Judge Nicholas Garaufis’ order says the Department of Homeland Security must announce by Monday that it will resume approval of applications for DACA slots and work permits, which ceased in 2017.
Seabrook, who headed the powerful correction officers union more than two decades, and helped instill a culture of violence and corruption on Rikers Island, was convicted on bribery and conspiracy charges related to kickbacks he accepted.
Teresita Rosario, 59, was found slain in her basement Saturday night. Police are searching for her 29-year-old son, who they have identified as a person of interest in the case.
Between April and September, about $40 billion in federal stimulus money was used to soften the economic blow in New York, much of it on unemployment benefits and paycheck protection.
A federal judge Saturday ruled that Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf ascended to his position unlawfully, thus invalidating his suspension of DACA — the Obama-era program that protected thousands of Bronx residents from deportation.
A 15-year-old boy and girl have been charged in the homicide of a 20-year-old mom stabbed to death in her father’s Bronx apartment building last week, authorities said.
Despite being down from 24.7 percent in June, the borough’s current unemployment numbers remain comparable to those calculated during the Great Depression—a result of to job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic.