Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with an assault that took place in the East Village.
These days, in-home security cameras are being used for more than just safety. New technology has made it easier for families to stay in touch than ever before.
A federal judge on Thursday threw out a civil rights lawsuit challenging surveillance by the NYPD of Muslims in New Jersey.
Police have not released many details in the case but said that the suspect knocked the 65-year-old woman down and punched her in the head.
U.S. District Judge William Pauley says the program “represents the government’s counter-punch” to eliminate al-Qaida’s terror network by connecting fragmented and fleeting communications.
A suspected thief was caught on camera showing off her dance moves in Brooklyn.
Surveillance video has been released of a group of suspects accused in a violent attack that took place on Halloween night.
De Blasio said that, on his watch, NYPD surveillance tactics would only be authorized to follow up on specific leads.
Christie said the new the law protects civil liberties while also keeping the country safe from terrorism.
The New York Police Department has secretly labeled entire mosques as terrorism organizations, a designation that allows police to use informants to record sermons and spy on imams, often without specific evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
The duo has been accused of ripping off credit cards from a 73-year-old woman in the St. George section of Staten Island.
New surveillance images surfaced on Saturday of three men wanted in connection with the murder of an IHOP manager in Newark in March.
Schumer issued a threat to the South American nation, warning its trade preferences with the U.S. would be in jeopardy if it allows Snowden in to avoid extradition on charges of espionage and theft of government property.
Java Street is typically the type of place where neighbors spend summer nights sitting out on their stoops. But, on Saturday night a man apparently raped a woman in front of an apartment building, according to authorities.
A New Jersey State Senate committee passed a bill Monday that would require law enforcement agencies from elsewhere to give notice when they plan to conduct counterterrorism surveillance in the state — a measure prompted by revelations about NYPD spying on Muslims.