NYPD Monitoring Events In France Following Deadly Truck Attack In NiceFlags were flying at half-staff outside the French consulate on the Upper East Side Friday as extra security was seen outside.
NYC Becomes First City In US To Require Free Tampons In Schools, Shelters, JailsNew York City is becoming the nation's first city to require free tampons and sanitary pads in public schools, homeless shelters and jails.
City Council Committee Approves Bills To Regulate Police Use Of ForceThe City Council Public Safety Committee on Tuesday approved a trio of bills aimed at police reform.
NYPD: Homicides And Shootings Fall In First Half Of 2016The city saw declines in reports of both homicides and shootings in the first half of 2016, according to crime statistics released on Monday.
NYPD, Other Departments Step Up Security For Officers In Wake Of Dallas Police ShootingsThe NYPD is telling officers to be extra vigilant while on patrol and all officers must be paired up for the time being.
Dozens Arrested As Protesters March Through Manhattan, Demand End To Deadly Police ShootingsHundreds of people marched through Manhattan with signs and messages of frustration Thursday evening, after two police shootings that left African-American men dead this week.
Peter Powers, Deputy Mayor Under Rudolph Giuliani, Dies At 72Former Deputy Mayor Peter Powers, the right-hand man to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, has died at the age of 72.
Stringer Calls De Blasio's Fundraising Arm 'Slush Fund;' Mayor Fires BackCity Comptroller Scott Stringer offered a stinging assessment of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s fundraising apparatus Thursday – labeling it nothing more than a slush fund.
Attorney General Lynch Announces Clinton Will Not Face Criminal Charges In Private Email Server InvestigationHillary Clinton will not face any criminal charges for her use of a private email server while secretary of state.
Cuomo Denies Claims He Knew More About Bridgegate Scandal Than He SaidNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo reacted Tuesday to reports that he knew more about the Bridgegate scandal than he let on.
Police: Upper East Side Feces Attack Suspect Struck TwicePolice said a man was seen on video grabbing a woman from behind before shoving a bag of feces down her pants.
Suicide Investigation Leads To Major Cocaine Delivery Service BustDetectives investigating a suicide from a West Street roof found cocaine in the apartment, and a cell phone which led to three men described as major cocaine dealers.

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