Officer Peter Liang pleaded not guilty Wednesday in the Nov. 20 death of 28-year-old Akai Gurley.
The City of New York on Friday agreed to pay $3.9 million to the family of Ramarley Graham, a black Bronx teenager shot to death by a white police officer in 2012.
The family of Akai Gurley, an unarmed man shot and killed by police in a Brooklyn public housing building, announced plans Thursday to sue the City of New York for $50 million.
A man was charged Wednesday after being shot by police after allegedly stabbing a woman in a Lower East Side public housing development earlier this week.
Dashcam video shows the traffic stop and all the events that led to the shooting. But important questions have been raised into exactly what happened.
About 200 people gathered Saturday to protest the November shooting of an unarmed Brooklyn man by a police officer in a public housing building in Brooklyn.
A rabbinical student was released from the hospital Wednesday, about eight days after being stabbed by a man who was later shot and killed by police in a Brooklyn synagogue.
The NYPD’s newest protest protocol received mixed reception Wednesday, a day after protests against the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri, shut down expressways and tunnel entrances.
Authorities on Wednesday said police unintentionally shot and killed a man who was originally believed to have died of stab wounds in a domestic incident earlier this week in Kensington, Brooklyn.
Police shot and killed a man they found clutching a knife in Brooklyn Monday evening, while another man died of stab wounds.
The incident happened around 5:45 p.m. Monday at 144th Street and College Avenue in the Bronx, police said.
A suspect who was shot and wounded by a police officer during a struggle in Marcus Garvey Park was hit with multiple charges Friday.
The family of a 39-year-old mentally ill man has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Paterson, nearly two years after the man was shot and killed by a Paterson police officer.
A protest march was under way in Midtown Thursday evening on behalf Michael Brown, the man who was shot and killed by police in suburban St. Louis.
Had I been reporting the story, I would not have mentioned his name there — by denying him what he craved most. In fact, when I returned to work Wednesday morning I took to referring to the cold-blooded cop killer as the THUG.