NYC Paying $625K To Mother Who Had Child Pulled Away From Her By OfficersIn the video, officers are seen pulling the woman's 18-month-old son away from her as they responded to a call about a dispute with a security guard.
Mother Who Had Child Pulled Away From Her By HRA Officers In Disturbing Video Now Suing New York CityJazmine Headley is seeking unspecified damages in her federal suit, filed Wednesday in Brooklyn.
Mother, City Leaders Demand Change After Viral Video Of HRA Officers Pulling Child AwayThe video has been seen by millions across the country. Jazmine Headley was arrested at a Brooklyn food stamp center back in December on an outstanding warrant for credit card fraud.
2 HRA Officers Suspended After Video Showing Struggle With Mother Over 1-Year-OldJazmine Headley was holding tightly to her baby son when officers tried to take the 1-year-old away while making an arrest.
Demanding Answers: Mayor De Blasio's Disappearing Act After Brooklyn Mother's Violent ArrestMayor Bill de Blasio has finally broken his near silence on an incident that for days has generated horror around the country.
Demanding Answers: HRA Official Lays Out Plan To Avoid Repeat Of Brooklyn Mother's Shocking ArrestIt's the video seen around the country -- a young mother arrested at a Brooklyn food stamp office. On Tuesday, the city social services commissioner apologized as calls mount for steps to ensure it never happens again.
Bellevue Shelter Residents Have Been Exposing Themselves To Children, Neighbors SayPeople have been stashing knives, tools, and needles in bushes and flower pots in a Manhattan neighborhood and residents say it's just the beginning.
Comptroller Stringer: Total Overhaul Needed For NYC's HIV/AIDS Housing ProgramStringer released an audit Thursday showing the city routinely failed to inspect housing sites and did not properly manage vendors.
Planned Parenthood Denounces New Teen Pregnancy Ad CampaignThey show images of toddlers and what the campaign calls the "hard-hitting facts about the money and time costs of parenting, and the negative consequences of having a child before you are ready."
NYC Lawmakers To Discuss New HIV/AIDS Housing Help PolicyPeople sickened with HIV or AIDS and seeking help from New York City to pay their rent could become ineligible for housing assistance if they refuse to go into substance abuse treatment.