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By Donald Lambro
Even retail giant Wal-Mart shows telltale signs of trouble
Topic - Kathleen Rice
A New York man who said he was beaten and punched by two police officers while being arrested during a traffic stop that was captured on video had the criminal charges against him dropped by a prosecutor Monday.
A police officer "carelessly discharged" his firearm when he fatally shot a college student being held hostage in her off-campus home, the woman's family alleged in a wrongful death lawsuit Friday against a suburban New York county and its police department.
New York City spends more than a million dollars every year to distribute free condoms to combat unintended pregnancies and diseases such as AIDS. Yet city police are allowed to confiscate those very condoms as evidence of prostitution.
Long Island's Nassau County district attorney says she's considering educating people who patronize prostitutes about the damage it causes.
A police officer who fatally shot a Hofstra University junior and her hostage-taker during a standoff inside an off-campus house had no option but deadly force, a prosecutor said Wednesday following an 11-month investigation.
A suburban New York legislator says he is seeking the Democratic nomination to replace retiring Rep. Carolyn McCarthy.
More than 160 women in elected positions or holding other leadership posts have written to New York's top elected officials, all men, urging them to enact public campaign financing.
A Long Island prosecutor has resigned from a state panel investigating corruption by public officials because she is running for Congress.
Long Island prosecutor Kathleen Rice says she is running for Congress. .
A suburban New York prosecutor who has attracted national headlines for murder convictions in drunken driving cases and a crackdown on college entrance exam cheating is running for Congress.
Students taking college entrance exams this fall will have to submit photo IDs with their applications — a key security upgrade following a widespread cheating scandal at a number of high schools on New York's Long Island, a prosecutor and testing officials announced Tuesday.
The millions of students who take the SAT or ACT each year will have to submit photos of themselves when they sign up for the college entrance exams, under a host of new security measures announced Tuesday in the aftermath of a major cheating scandal on Long Island.
According to Newsday (http://bit.ly/1fVJvhh ), DA Kathleen Rice says she's looking into how the so-called "johns school" currently offered by the district attorney in Brooklyn works.
Rice's spokesman says she hasn't talked to the Brooklyn DA about the "johns school" For now, he says, she is trying to learn how it's working out there and whether it makes sense in Nassau.