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The New York Civil Liberties Union is demanding that Staten Island Judge William Garnett make an exception to the long-standing practice of keeping the grand jury process secret.
A Staten Island, New York, judge ruled Thursday against releasing the evidence presented during grand jury hearings for the case of Eric Garner, who was held in a choke-hold and killed by a NYPD officer in Staten Island, New York, last July.
Rep. Charles Rangel wins primary to serve a 23rd term in Congress for New York.
The New York congressman should be grooming a younger generation of African-Americans to lead in politics.
Bill de Blasio is invoking liberal themes that are earning him the attention of like-minded officials around the country.
A New York judge will be hearing a request to release records of the grand jury proceedings for the case of the chokehold death of Eric Garner this month.
The memorial for Eric Garner, who died when a police officer placed him in a chokehold in July, burned in an accidental fire Monday, a police source told the New York Daily News.
Despite what conservatives try to argue, Black people do vote for white candidates.
Petitions are calling for officers nationwide to wear cameras in the wake of several shootings against unarmed African-American men.
Despite an appeals court blocking the reforms ordered by a federal judge in the stop and frisk program, the practice is slowly coming to an end.