Peruse the newly filed civil cases in any of the five borough's state supreme courthouses and you'll see, each day, dozens of lawsuits filed against the city's police department. The allegations generally range from wrongful arrest to unjust detention to assault. Most of the cases begin by describin ... More >>
There's a lot of narration in Nora Ephron's last work, Lucky Guy, but that quickly becomes the point. A swirling drama set in various tabloid newsrooms starting in the 1980s, when scandal, corruption, and suicides ruled the headlines, this is first and foremost a play about the art of storytelling. ... More >>
Dan Klores's The Wood
The New York Post exclusive about one NYPD Sergeant Eric Turetsky, who allegedly sought and received confectionery largesse from a Dunkin' Donuts in the Rockaways, filching free donuts and coffee and the occasional sandwich, allows the paper to reproduce a picture of Chief Wiggum and use lines like ... More >>
Michael Mineo, an employee of Jiggaman Tattoos in Brooklyn, has been arrested four times since 2004, but his most recent encounter with the law has been his most newsworthy: He claims the five officers who apprehended him for smoking marijuana outside the Prospect Park subway station stuck the anten ... More >>
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