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Latest Eric Schneiderman Items
The former chief adviser to Republican Gov. George Pataki is considering a run for New York attorney general and courting potential backers, state party officials said Wednesday.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei are calling on Congress to require smartphone makers to install "kill switches" on phones to render them useless if stolen.
As deaths from heroin and other opiate drugs rise throughout New York, state officials are planning to equip police with an antidote to reverse the effects of overdoses.
A licensed practical nurse has pleaded guilty to neglecting a blind 73-year-old resident with Alzheimer's at a nursing home.
Business information company Marketwired will stop selling high-frequency traders direct feeds of the information it distributes for clients, the company said Wednesday.
New York's attorney general has begun investigating split-second stock trading by some high-frequency traders and called on the exchanges Tuesday to end the practice he said gives them an unfair advantage.
Major League Soccer has agreed to new measures to protect gay players from discrimination and harassment following similar steps by Major League Baseball and the National Football League.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says four of the nation's largest agencies providing background checks have agreed not to automatically disqualify applicants with criminal convictions.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says a medical imaging company will pay $6.2 million to settle claims it failed to pay corporate taxes to New York City and the state.