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  • By RICHARD STEIER

Four-year-old Carlos Rivero Jr. stood outside the west gate of City Hall May 25, offering a flyer to anyone who wanted it stating “NYC cops protect our city. It’s time to protect them.”

  • By JAMES HARNEY

The Kings County Supreme Court community last week celebrated the 20th anniversary of Brooklyn Treatment Court, which, instead of locking up r…

  • By JAMES HARNEY

“Frankenstein,” novelist Mary Shelley’s 19th Century tale of a monstrous creature created in a scientist’s laboratory, is at the center of a m…

  • By RICHARD STEIER

There were a few City Council Members, generally representing predominantly white districts in Staten Island and Queens, who expressed the con…

  • By JAMES HARNEY

Who’s up next?

  • By SARAH DORSEY

More than 75 activists and workers joined a gaggle of elected and union officials on the steps of City Hall May 26 to call on the Mayor to boo…

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