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December 18, 2013 3:32 PM | Comments
On the next edition of MetroFocus: a look at what the eight billion dollar cost of public pensions in NYC may mean for Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio.VIDEO
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On the next edition of MetroFocus: a look at what the eight billion dollar cost of public pensions in NYC may mean for Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio.VIDEO
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Chris Giblin  |  January 17, 2013 5:10 PM | Comments
A large population, demographic diversity and prosecutors' commitment to punishing bias are factors. Some believe too much crime—and others too little—falls into the category of “hate."
Rosario Lucero, center, stands near the site where her son Marcelo Lucero was stabbed to death in 2008, in Patchogue, N.Y., Monday, April 19, 2010, after his killer, Jeffrey Conroy, was convicted of manslaughter as a hate crime but acquitted of murder. At left is Lucero's brother Joselo Lucero, and at right is sister Isabel Lucero. The family went to the site of the incident after they left the Suffolk County courthouse Monday. AP Photo/Craig Ruttle
Sam Lewis  |  September 21, 2011 2:39 PM | Updated: Nov. 8, 2011 1:00 PM | 3 Comments
Three years ago, the racially charged killing of an Ecuadorian immigrant on Long Island made national headlines. MetroFocus looks at where the players involved are today.VIDEO
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