"If somebody sees this show and learn about restorative justice and they're like, 'Oh, that's a thing?,' great. It's not 'Deadpool 2,' but it's something."
Brandy Odom had been reported missing a few months ago.
Police were called out to a man pointing what witnesses thought was a firearm at people.
Some saw the outrage itself as an ignorant perspective: "Why aren't you all equally upset that Brooklyn hired a white curator for photography?"
Kushner Companies "is not under investigation for any tax issues," its attorney stated.
"It would really benefit people if they look back, take from the past and learn before stepping into the future because we're bound to repeat the same mistakes."
Louis Scarcella was once a well-respected detective, known for cracking tough cases. Now he's accused of fabricating confessions, among other things.
Low-level defendants will be released without bail in Manhattan as part of a national push to reform a system that regularly imprisons poor people for long stretches simply they can't afford to pay.
He strapped a low-tech device to his body using zip ties and Velcro, police said.
A Brooklyn-based dog walking company is being sued by RZA (née Robert Diggs) for ripping off his hip-hop group's name.
Some jokester decided to liven up Paul Manafort's vacant Brooklyn property with a little "landmark" signage.
The rogue bovine has captured the internet's imagination.
He started dealing crack in the projects. Then Shawn Carter moved to bigger things.
The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest has been defying the limits of the human body for over a century.
The draft begins Thursday night at 7 p.m. (ET).
"The only real response we can make is to stand up and fight back—reclaim American democracy," Sanders said in a Brooklyn speech.
Obama lived in the Park Slope neighborhood apartment in the 1980s.
Listening to the new Dirty Projectors album feels a little like eavesdropping on a therapy session.