WASHINGTON – The Justice Department inspector general’s office told witnesses set to review draft sections of its long-awaited report on the FBI investigation of President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign that they would not be allowed to submit written feedback, but ...Read More »
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York’s inspector general says an investigation shows a former state official engaged in a “persistent” pattern of sexual harassment against multiple victims. Inspector General Letizia Tagliafierro said Thursday that Robert Freeman used his status as ...
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NEW YORK (AP) — Catholic officials on Long Island have filed a legal challenge arguing that the Child Victims Act that loosened statutes of limitations on molestation cases violates the New York state constitution. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville ...
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Rochester attorney Paul V. Nunes is representing a woman suing a Cortland County restaurant after she allegedly contacted a food-borne illness after eating there. Christina Gordon, of Cortland, claims she ate at the Wild Ginger Asian Fusion restaurant, located on ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — It’s been easy for majority Democrats to keep Republicans from shifting the focus of the House impeachment hearings. Yet GOP leverage to do just that will grow should the battle reach the Republican-run Senate. If the House votes ...Read More »
New York law requires authorities, including the New York City Police Department, to destroy arrested juveniles’ fingerprints. For years, though, the NYPD ignored the legislative mandate and illegally kept a fingerprint database, affecting tens of thousands of children, many of ...Read More »
Foreclosure activity in Monroe County dropped significantly between October 2018 and October 2019 but rose dramatically in Wayne County over the same period. While the total of pending foreclosures, notices of foreclosure sale (NFS) and lender-owned properties (REO) dropped by ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Congress can seek eight years of President Donald Trump’s tax records, according to a federal appeals court order Wednesday that moves the separation-of-powers conflict one step closer to the Supreme Court. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the ...Read More »