Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes is defending himself against charges that his office railroaded three men exonerated of violent crimes and released from custody over the past year.
In an interview with the New York Times, Hynes [pictured with aide Michael Vecchione] insists that his office got it right ... More >>
Former Voice columnist and CUNY Journalist-in-Residence Tom Robbins was on the Brian Lehrer Show this morning on WNYC, talking about the fallout from the NYPD showing an anti-Muslim training video to 1,500 personnel.
It was great to hear Robbins credited for breaking this story (a full year before ... More >>
Morgan SchweitzerWould-be state Attorney General Dan Donovan says that the reason he hasn't had any public corruption cases as Staten Island District Attorney, is that the borough's too small to have its very own corrupt officials. The Voice pointed out that for years you could walk into rest ... More >>
The Times today has a short and instructive corrective to the David Dinkins-era narrative invoked by Team Bloomberg's most rabid fan, Rudy Giuliani, who offered a now-notorious race-linked screed last week to an orthodox Brooklyn crowd that the city risked going back to the bad old Dinkins da ... More >>