Long Island City residents are protesting a move by the Department of Transportation that eliminated permit parking spaces in a local municipal lot.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton was facing a backlash Wednesday over his assertion that the NYPD has a hard time recruiting African-American men as officers because many have arrest records.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday told CBS2 that critics concerned about surging murder rates are just “fearmongering” and blowing things out of proportion.
The head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association on Tuesday issued sharp criticism of the city’s plan to reduce surging gun violence.
Several floors of the Dirksen Senate Office Building were cleared after Capitol Police received a call reporting a suspicious package.
Police begin a major effort Monday to combat a spike in violent crime in New York City.
The massive hack of U.S. government computers could put the entire federal workforce, including tens of thousands in the Tri-State area, at risk.
A man concerned about crime in his neighborhood went straight to First Lady Chirlane McCray on Thursday morning for answers, but didn’t get any.
Appearing on “The Daily Show” on Tuesday, de Blasio acknowledged the city has seen an alarming spike in shootings this year, but also said it’s an issue the Police Department is handling.
With murders up double digits and his crime-fighting reputation on the line, Mayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to “get a lot of guns away from the bad guys.”
In a video posted Thursday morning on YouTube, Pataki says America needs to recapture the spirit of unity that spread through the country in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The mayor admits the spike needs to be addressed, and said the NYPD will soon be announcing new strategies to fight gang on gang crime.
As the holiday weekend began on Friday, the State Department released the first batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails, and among other things they show she received sensitive information about Benghazi on her unsecure home server.
Hecklers disrupted hearings Thursday morning as Police Commissioner Bill Bratton talked budget with the City Council.
Out with the old and in with the new. Or, in this case, the young.