PAY ME MY MONEY DOWN: Wage-and-hour lawsuits mount at Brooklyn Federal Court

Federal courts around the country are seeing a rise in the number of lawsuit filed for wage and hour violations. … Full Article

NY ethics board: Lopez sex report will be public — eventually

ALBANY — The state ethics board says its report into accusations that Assemblyman Vito Lopez sexually harassed young, women staffers will soon be made public. … Full Article

NYC: Citi Bike will generate $36M in economic activity

New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan on Tuesday announced Citi Bike is expected to create 170 jobs and generate $36 million in local economic activity annually.  … Full Article

OPINION: Big decisions need bigger public input

“The initiative, referendum and recall.” Those three concepts were listed in my college political science book under the heading, “More solutions from the laboratory of democracy.”
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Acclaimed writer to celebrate book launch in Cobble Hill

Benjamin Percy’s latest novel, “Red Moon” (Grand Central Publishing; On-Sale: May 7, 2013), is an explosive and deeply layered literary thriller set in the American West. … Full Article

Eve Ensler, ‘Vagina Monologues’ playwright, speaks

Best known for her play “The Vagina Monologues,” feminist writer and activist Eve Ensler has devoted much of her life to educating the world about the  … Full Article

Bill de Blasio’s former deputy wants his job

While Bill de Blasio is busy running for mayor, his former deputy is trying to move up the ladder to take his job as the city’s public advocate. … Full Article

Wedding off, who keeps the ring?

A Brooklyn man sues his ex-fiancée for the return of the engagement ring and other items given to her during their engagement. Alleging that his fiancée ran off with over $100,000 worth of goods, the abandoned lover is seeking replevin. … Full Article

SICKENING: Man charged with running over Williamsburg family says 'accidents happen’

Julio Acevedo told ABC that “accidents happen,” as he described his role in a vehicular manslaughter case. Acevedo, 44, has been charged with manslaughter in the second degree for allegedly striking a car and killing a pregnant couple and their son early March 2013.  … Full Article


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