Seen At 11: Secretive NYPD Unit Sniffs Out Bad Cops And Dangerous ImpostorsA retired chief is lifting the curtain on one of the most secretive units in the NYPD -- where good cops work to sniff out the bad ones, and catch fake cops.
Mount Vernon Woman Gets 19 Years In Prison For Killing Toddler-Age DaughterA Westchester County woman was sentenced to 19 years in prison Tuesday for killing her 14 1/2 month old daughter.
NYPD Officer Accused Of Breaking Into Apartment, Beating Woman Pleads Guilty To AssaultAn NYPD officer accused of drunkenly breaking into a woman's apartment and punching her 20 times has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault.
Judge To Probe Giuliani's Role In Defense Of Turkish BusinessmanA judge said Tuesday that he will look into what roles former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and a former U.S. attorney general have in the defense of a Turkish businessman.
NYCHA Is Still Failing To Keep Criminals Out Of Public Housing, Report SaysThe New York City Department of Investigation said in a new report Tuesday that despite being told by the NYPD, the city’s Housing Authority continues to allow violent criminals and gang members to live in public housing.
Judge Tosses Landlord Group's Lawsuit, Upholds Rent FreezeThe landlord-backed Rent Stabilization Association said the mayor's political appointees on the Rent Guidelines Board had imposed a rent freeze for political reasons.
Historians Push To Put Disassembled Queens Church Back TogetherA part of the city's past has been languishing in a pair of sealed trailers in Queens for almost a decade.
Bankrupt Dowling College's Campus Goes Up For Auction In Suffolk CountyLast August, the college in Suffolk County on Long Island suddenly went belly up. It's being sued by creditors, vendors, faculty, staff and students.
Family 'Shocked' After Woman Shot To Death In Stairwell Of Bronx BuildingCrime scene investigators are trying to figure out what happened in the moments leading up to the fatal shooting of 21-year-old Aaliyah Alder.
Woman Speaks After Being Attacked, Robbed In Elevator Of Her Bronx Apartment BuildingA 71-year-old woman spoke out Tuesday after being punched and robbed in her own Bronx apartment building by another woman.
Some Parents Swapping Out Sweets For More Expensive Gifts This EasterPeople are starting to replace the traditional -- and relatively cheaper -- chocolates with expensive toys and clothes.
Demanding Answers: Moldy Pizza, Chicken With Metal Pieces Turn Up In NYC School CafeteriasThe safety of the food served to 1.1 million New York City public school students was on the front burner Tuesday night.

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