Staff Exodus Hits Mayor Bill De Blasio's AdministrationMayor Bill de Blasio was suffering from a new headache Thursday, as his office was struck by a major staff exodus.
Woman Who Claims To Have Been With NYPD On Las Vegas Trip Speaks For First TimeInvestigators say a prostitute is a key player in the New York City corruption scandal, and she may be asked to testify in court.
Bratton: Senior Police Officials Caught In NYPD Probe Should RetirePolice Commissioner Bill Bratton on Thursday urged senior commanders caught up in the NYPD corruption probe to “retire now.”
NYPD Slams Report Saying Quality Of Life Enforcement Doesn't Impact Serious CrimeA new city report has raised questions about the NYPD’s quality of life policies – in particular the “broken windows” policy.
2 NYPD Officials To Retire With Honor, Keep Weapons After Being Disciplined In ScandalTwo senior commanders who lost their guns and badges for refusing to testify before a grand jury have been quietly reinstated so they can retire with honor.
Sources: More Charges Expected For NYPD Top CopsThe NYPD is reeling after the arrest of two senior commanders as more charges are expected to other top cops.
Sources: De Blasio Fundraising Probe Moves On To Questioning Of DonorsSources said Friday that investigators are in their next stage of inquiry in the New York City corruption scandal.
Experts Call For Action After CIA Director Warns Of ISIS' Continued Threat To WestCIA Director John Brennan has been warning this week that despite battlefield losses, ISIS remains formidable and has a large cadre of fighters who could attack in the West.
Fallout After City Council Cuts Funding For Prominent Jewish MuseumThere is more fallout from the New York City corruption scandal.
EXCLUSIVE: Corruption Scandal Drives City Council To Suddenly Cut Off Funds To Simon Wiesenthal CenterThe spigot of city funds flowing to a prominent Jewish museum has been abruptly shut off by the City Council as connections to people involved in the city corruption scandal are being blamed.
De Blasio Signs Bills Easing Penalties For Low-Level Offenses; Some Cry FoulMayor Bill de Blasio on Monday signed legislation to ease penalties for minor offenses such as littering and public urination.
NYC Correction Officers' Union Leader Arrested On Fraud ChargesNorman Seabrook was arrested without incident at his home in the Bronx, police said. Murray Huberfeld was also arrested.

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