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Is New York State Going to Have Its Own Clergy Sex-Abuse Scandal?
New York’s attorney general is demanding records from Catholic leaders across the state. Is a sex-abuse scandal about to break?
Cuomo Halted Probe Into Weinstein Case After $25K Donation From Former Lawyer
A new report shows that the New York governor suspended the probe six days after receiving a donation from Weinstein’s former lawyer.
The Courthouse Scene at Harvey Weinstein’s Arraignment
He was quiet but apparently undaunted.
Think Manhattan’s DA Goes Easy on the Rich? Look at How He Prosecutes the Poor.
Cyrus Vance Jr., who styles himself a progressive reformer, is actually far more punitive toward poor and minority defendants than his counterparts.
Manhattan DA Says Authorities Are Still Building Case Against Weinstein
Authorities are working to collar Weinstein over allegedly raping actress Paz de la Huerta twice in 2010.
Why the Manhattan District Attorney Let Harvey Weinstein Walk
This may be less about campaign donations, and more about the fear of going up against a deep-pocketed defendant in a high-profile sex-crime case.
Scandal-Plagued Cy Vance Suddenly Has a Write-in Challenger
Marc Fliedner, a Brooklyn civil rights lawyer, has been drafted by Liberal Twitter to take on the Manhattan DA in November. He’s ready.
Thief Buys Doughnuts With Cy Vance’s Credit Card
He only uses cash.
Investigators Increasingly Convinced by Etan Patz Confession
Pedro Hernandez seems to have revealed specific details related to the abduction.
Greg Kelly Rape Claim Could Come Down to Text Messages [Updated]
The local tabloids are each airing doubts about the accusations.
Greg Kelly Asked Cy Vance About DSK Case
Now the subject of an investigation led by the district attorney, Kelly was just asking Vance about sexual assault earlier this week.
Frank Rich and Adam Moss Talk About Obama, Wall Street, and Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Reversal of Fortune
When this administration’s pragmatism risks losing the election anyway, some real course correction would seem essential.”