Sources: 6-Year-Old Harlem Boy Struck Repeatedly With Broken Broomstick, Held Underwater In ShowerThe city's Administration for Children's Services was reportedly called five times since 2010, including once by a social worker at the boy's school.
Clinton, Trump Square Off Over Economy, Security, Country's Direction In Hofstra ShowdownAfter months of tangling from afar, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met face-to-face in the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Long Island, laying out for voters their vastly different visions for the nation's future.
Former Cuomo Aide Joseph Percoco, Others Facing Public Corruption ChargesThe charges involve the governor's economic development program.
NYPD's Miller Calls For Gun Control, Rejects Profiling In Session Before CongressThere was soul searching in Congress on Wednesday about terror at home, but where do we go from here?
NYPD To Deploy Extra Resources During High Holy DaysAn increase in anti-Semitic incidents and the bombing in Chelsea have police on high alert for the upcoming Jewish holidays.
Many New Yorkers Not Pleased That De Blasio Did Not Call Chelsea Blast 'Terrorism'After a bomb exploded on 23rd Street in Chelsea this past weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio went to great lengths to avoid labeling it “terrorism.”
Ceremonial Send-Off Marks Bratton's Last Day On The Job As Police CommissionerNew York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton ended his unparalleled law enforcement career with a ceremonial send-off Friday.
NYPD Cracks Down On Overtime Pay For Officers Under DisciplineBowing to community pressure, the NYPD has enacted new rules to crack down on overtime pay for officers who are being disciplined.
CBS2 Exclusive: OEM Commissioner Esposito Says Experience, Not Call From Businessman, Earned Him JobThere was serious pushback Wednesday evening from the commissioner of the Office of Emergency Management.
Track Cleaning Begins At All 469 Subway StationsIt's an effort to dramatically reduce the amount of trash on the tracks.
Cuomo Signs Law Raising Disability Retirement Benefits For NYC FirefightersGov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a law increasing disability retirement benefits for recently hired New York City firefighters.
Commissioner Bratton Defends 'Broken Windows' Policing, Says Critical Report Has 'No Value'Outgoing New York City Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton bashed an inspector general's report that was critical of his "broken windows" policy.

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