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  • 9 years ago

    By the end of the month, a small band of animal rights activists could be sentenced to a maximum of seven years in federal prison after having been found guilty of conspiracy and harassment. In a conviction as groundbreaking as the methods employe...

  • 9 years ago

    Last spring, in an airless room packed with lawyers and curious Kings County Family Court officials, "Krystal Simmons"—a 16-year-old with round cheeks, glasses, and a tight little ponytail—was the unlikely defendant in a prostitution cas...

  • 10 years ago

    The long-anticipated draft of a bill that seeks to alter the way New York handles the medical records of people with HIV/AIDS and to simplify the process health care providers must follow before testing for HIV is being met with outspoken resistan...

  • 10 years ago

    Today, like every day, Gary Teitelbaum is surrounded by hair. Hair sprawls over his desk, lolls on a chair, spills out of boxes. Not wigs or toupees—his dad sold that part of the business 50 years ago, back when the Adorable Hair-Do Corporati...

  • 10 years ago

    Proponents of a state bill that would grant certain practitioners of ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy, and other unconventional treatments exclusive use of the title doctor of naturo- pathy say this legislation would protect the public from poseurs ...

  • 10 years ago

    Over 50 New York City groups providing services to people with AIDS will see a reduction in funding from the city starting March 1. The Health and Human Services HIV Planning Council of New York—responsible for developing the city's HIV/AIDS ...

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