Lawyers: NYPD Body Camera Policy 'Flawed,' Needs Federal ReviewPolice are set to deploy the first of 5,000 cameras at the end of the month.
CBS News: North Korea Threatens Pre-Emptive Nuclear Attack, Appears Poised For Another Nuclear TestFriday a top North Korean diplomat said the country will test missiles where and when it sees fit, and accused the Trump administration of a "vicious and more aggressive foreign policy."
Devastating Elmhurst, Queens Fire Was Completely Preventable, Prosecutors SayArson charges have been filed against a Westchester County contractor in a devastating fire in Elmhurst, Queens this week – and prosecutors said the fire was entirely preventable.
Sean Spicer Apologizes For Comment That Hitler 'Didn’t Even Sink To Using Chemical Weapons'White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is drawing ire on social media after saying Adolf Hitler "didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons" in World War II.
Russia Says US Missile Strike On Syrian Air Base 'Violation Of International Law'In a statement, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin believes President Donald Trump ordered the strikes under a "far-fetched pretext."
Neil Gorsuch Confirmed To The Supreme Court; To Be Sworn In MondayThe Senate confirmed President Donald Trump's nominee, Neil Gorsuch, to the Supreme Court.
Suspicions Of Political Corruption Surround Contaminated Dirt Pile In SloatsburgContaminated dirt has been piled around Rockland County for years, and a sewer district paid to have it removed – but no work has been done.
‘Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act’ Would Expand State Gun Carry Permits NationwideLocal prosecutors and police are taking aim at a gun bill in the U.S. Congress. They fear if it's passed it will increase danger on the streets.
'Trump Bump' Back On Wall Street? Economy On Track Despite Tensions In WashingtonConsumer spending was robust as 2016 ended, and the Commerce Department says a revised look at gross domestic product shows an increased 2.1 percent for the year -- up from the previous 1.9 percent estimate.
Easter Candies Banned Across The Country Still Sold In Some City StoresWill there be something illegal in your kid's Easter basket this year? A popular treat -- banned in the United States -- can still be found widely available across the city.
Seen At 11: Secretive NYPD Unit Sniffs Out Bad Cops And Dangerous ImpostorsA retired chief is lifting the curtain on one of the most secretive units in the NYPD -- where good cops work to sniff out the bad ones, and catch fake cops.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary Cities Must EndThe Justice Department will require compliance with immigration laws in order for the cities to receive grants through the Office of Justice Programs, Sessions said.

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