Authorities are investigating whether the bank violated federal anti-discrimination laws by conducting sham interviews of minority candidates.
Louis A. Molina, the Department of Correction commissioner since only January, says he has a solution to a problem that has defied his predecessors.
Damian Williams wrote that his office might have no choice but to seek “aggressive relief” for the serious problems at the jail.
John Hanick was on Konstantin Malofeev’s payroll after Mr. Malofeev’s backing of Crimean separatists led to sanctions, an indictment says.
Robert Alcantara was arrested in the Bronx as he traveled to his home from Pennsylvania, where he bought parts to make guns that cannot be traced.
The inquiry will focus on whether the Mount Vernon department engaged in a “pattern or practice of unlawful policing,” officials said.
Damian Williams, the first Black U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, noted a rise in anti-Asian and antisemitic crimes.
Margaret Garnett, the commissioner of the city’s Department of Investigation, will resign Nov. 10 to become the No. 2 official at the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office.
Damian Williams, an unassuming figure with stellar credentials, is now the most powerful federal law enforcement official in Manhattan.
One of the two, Damian Williams, will be the first Black person to lead the powerful U.S. attorney’s office for New York’s Southern District.