NYPD Neighborhood Policing Program Aims To Connect Cops With CommunitiesNYPD Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan says the new program could also help identify possible terror suspects, like the one behind the deadly Manchester blast.
'I Wanted To Kill Them': Authorities Detail Case Against Times Square Crash Suspect Richard RojasBronx resident Richard Rojas, 26, faced a judge on Friday.
18-Year-Old Woman Killed, 22 People Hurt When Car Slams Into Pedestrians In Times SquareOne person was killed and 22 people injured after being struck by a car in Times Square shortly before noon Thursday.
No Deaths On Once-Dangerous Queens Boulevard In 2 Years, Mayor SaysThe city is apparently having some success in making improvements on what used to be called the boulevard of death.
Some In Congress Mention Impeachment Amid Trump's Comey Memo FalloutCongress wants to hear from fired FBI Director James Comey, as his memo rocks Washington, D.C. and leads to speculation about the future of the Trump presidency.
NYPD To Hold Public Safety Meetings In Neighborhoods Across The CityNew York City police are holding neighborhood meetings around the city to discuss public safety concerns and possible solutions.
NYC Department Of Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte Steps DownThe head of New York City's Department of Correction retired Friday amid growing pressure over his use of a city-issued vehicle.
De Blasio, Members Of New York Congressional Delegation Call For Special Prosecutor Following Comey FiringThe president's decision to fire the FBI director came as the agency has been investigating whether Trump’s presidential campaign was connected to Russian meddling in the election.
4-Way Stops For Pedestrians Could Be Good For NYC, Traffic Expert SaysA famed traffic engineer on Tuesday said it might be a good idea to expand the use of a four-way stop to benefit pedestrians.
DOI Commissioner: DOC Improperly Eavesdropped On Calls Between DOI Staff, Confidential InformantsThe alleged spying occurred "over a period of months this year" and "city rules expressly prohibit surveillance by DOC of calls made to DOI investigators," DOI Commissioner Mark Peters said.
Surveillance Cameras Catch Man Robbing, Sexually Assaulting German Tourist In HarlemVideo shows the 31-year-old woman struggling with a man as police said he tried to take her purse.
House Passes Revised GOP Health Care Bill, But Will It Pass The Senate?House OKs GOP bill erasing much of Obama's health care law, answering campaign pledge and sending measure to Senate.

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