New York

Anthony Broadwater Cries As Accuser Apologizes For False Rape Conviction

The Syracuse man was exonorated in the 1981 rape of author Alice Sebold.
12/01/2021

Home Health Aide Charged With Murder For Beating Death Of Man, 80, Found With Extremely Disturbing Message Written On Chest

Authorities say there is no indication the victim was involved in what the message said, and his daughter says the suspect was trying to justify her crime.
12/01/2021

‘Nothing Appears Suspicious’ In Death Of Malcolm X’s Daughter Malikah Shabazz Who Had Long-Term Illness

The city’s medical examiner has not yet declared a cause of death.
11/24/2021

NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams And Local BLM Group Clash Over Plan To Bring Back Controversial Anti-Crime Unit

Adams promises to balance police reform with more aggressive law enforcement, but a Black Lives Matter group leader says “riots” could result.
11/12/2021

Federal Investigators Find Missing Georgia Teen With Autism At Suspects Home In New York

Authorities believe the suspect befriended Jahon Fuller on a gaming platform.
11/08/2021

Bail Denied For New York State Trooper Charged With Killing Black Girl In High-Speed Chase

Christopher Baldner is facing charges in the death of 11-year-old Monica Goods.
11/05/2021

New York Governor Signs Bill To Ban Symbols Of Hate On Public Property

The Confederate flag is included.
11/03/2021

Black Voters Make A Variety Of Choices On Mayors and Ballot Issues In Major Cities

In Atlanta candidates are headed to a runoff, while in New York, Detroit and Cleveland, the choice was clear and in Pittsburgh, history was made.
11/03/2021

8 Critical Mayoral Elections Happening In U.S. Cities

From Seattle to New York and several cities in between, voters will decide in major races who will lead them.
11/01/2021

Drug Lord Alpo Martinez, Who Inspired Cam’ron’s ‘Paid In Full’ Character, Killed In Harlem Drive-By Shooting

His drug empire stretched from NYC to D.C. at the height of the 1980s crack epidemic.
11/01/2021

How NY Attorney General Letitia James’ Expected Gubernatorial Run Announcement Changes The Political Field

Her rise in the political universe could make her the first Black woman to win the position in U.S. history, but the path ahead still has challenges.
10/28/2021