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Neither Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg nor New York Attorney General Letitia James can explain exactly who was victimized by the dishonesty they cite.
Thomas agreed with the Court's decision to not take up two challenges to New York's rent stabilization law but said the constitutionality of rent control "is an important and pressing question."
The law that Attorney General Letitia James used to sue the former president does not require proof that anyone was injured by his financial dishonesty.
Despite brazenly lying on financial documents and inventing valuations seemingly out of thin air, Trump's lender did not testify that it would have valued his loans any differently.
The essence of the case, the Manhattan D.A. says, is that Trump "corrupt[ed] a presidential election" by concealing embarrassing information.
The credit "is at best a break-even proposition and more likely a net cost" for the state.
R. Anthony Rupp III was cited and detained after he called a police officer an "asshole" after the cop nearly drove into two pedestrians.
The freedom to protest is essential to the American project. It also does not give you carte blanche to violate other laws.
It's taxpayers who lose when politicians give gifts, grants, and loans to private companies.
"I have encountered many things," one witness told the grand jury, "but nothing that put fear into me like that."
The plan will help provide “university-sponsored visas that allow them to continue performing and commercializing research without leaving the state.”
Plus: the Supreme Court weighs housing fees and homelessness, YIMBYs bet on smaller, more focused reforms, and a new paper finds legalizing more housing does in fact bring costs down.
The United Federation of Teachers argues that the near-5,000 page environmental report on New York's congestion pricing plan isn't thorough enough.
The year's highlights in blame shifting.
The ACLU will represent the gun rights group in a case with widespread relevance for free speech.
The court upheld several other location-specific gun bans, along with the state's "good moral character" requirement for a carry permit.
Plus: Austin and Salt Lake City pass very different "middle housing" reforms, Democrats in Congress want to ban hedge fund–owned rental housing, and a look at GOP presidential candidate's housing policy positions.
LaShawn Craig may spend years behind bars—because the gun he used to justifiably shoot someone was unlicensed.
The new tolls are part of a congestion pricing scheme that's been years in the making.
Over 2 million Americans have moved to Florida since COVID began. Where did they come from?
The 4th Circuit’s rejection of Maryland’s handgun licensing system suggests similar schemes in other states are unconstitutional.
The Sullivan Institute trapped members and broke up families.
"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
Pro-zoning candidates in Caroline, New York, won the elections for town supervisor and three seats on the town board.
The U.S. Supreme Court keeps putting off deciding whether to take up a challenge to New York's rent control scheme.
Over the last several years, they have worked nonstop to ease the tax burden of their high-income constituents.
Douglass Mackey's case raised questions about free speech, overcriminalization, and a politicized criminal legal system.
Even content creators outside of New York would feel its effects.
Let's celebrate her return without exaggerating the relevant dangers; stranger abductions are rare.
The former president's lawyers argued that even the square footage of his apartment was a "subjective" judgment for which he cannot be held accountable.
A new report details how the city's famed social housing system is suffering from diminishing affordability, deteriorating quality, and funding shortfalls.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development argues in its complaint that a failure to allow emotional support animals amounts to illegal disability discrimination under the Fair Housing Act.