Eric Schneiderman

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  • Major League Soccer OKs steps fighting harassment

    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 NFL.

  • NY nursing home agrees to stop discrimination

    State investigators have reached a settlement in a discrimination case against a central New York nursing home that posted an order reading "No Colored Nurses" in a unit to accommodate a racist white patient.

  • NY AG settles with pharmacy over kickback claims

    A national long-term care pharmacy accused of accepting kickbacks from a drug manufacturer has agreed to a settlement of more than $4 million, with New York getting a share of the money.

  • Judge hears opinions on Attica report unsealing

    The widow of the state police captain who gave the command to retake the Attica prison from rioting inmates in 1971 says unsealing investigative documents now would be unfair, but others say it's time, for the sake of history, to let the public see them.

  • NY mortgage program reports 6,600 loan revisions

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman reports his office's Homeowner Protection Program has worked with 23,760 New Yorkers in the past 15 months, resulting in 6,660 approved and pending loan modifications.

  • NY AG's bill aims to help wrongfully convicted

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is proposing legislation to help those wrongfully convicted of a crime file claims against the state.

  • Schneiderman backs claims for wrongful convictions

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is proposing revisions in state law to let more people wrongfully convicted of crimes bring damage claims against the state.

  • Farm owner arrested in NY cockfighting bust

    New York's attorney general says the owner of the Ulster County farm where fighting roosters were raised has been arrested in Florida.

  • NY prosecutor arrests 9 in nursing home probe

    An alarm sounding every 15 seconds was ignored for more than two hours before a patient who was not connected to a required ventilator died, a state prosecutor said Tuesday in announcing civil and criminal charges against the operators and nine employees of a suburban New York nursing home.

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