NYPD Chief Of Department Terence Monahan To Retire, Join Mayor's Recovery TeamChief Monahan first joined the NYPD in 1982 and rose through the ranks to become the department's highest-ranking uniformed member.
NYPD Says Gun Arrests Are Way Up, But Violence Was Much The Same Over Labor Day WeekendFour people died in shootings. Two dozen victims survived, including a 7-year-old boy.
NYPD Seeking Individuals Accused Of Assaulting Officers In Multiple Recent IncidentsPolice say the ambushed officers were left bloodied and bruised.
CBS2 News Crew Describes Getting Caught In Crossfire Of Brooklyn ShootingCBS2's Ali Bauman was working but didn't have an assignment, so she and two photographers parked their news truck in Brooklyn to be on standby in case there was breaking news.
NYPD Promotes Harrison To Chief Of Detectives, Pichardo To Chief Of PatrolFirst came the photo op -- the mayor and his new commissioner -- meeting with neighborhood policing cops in the Bronx. Then came the press conference to introduce the new leadership team.
New NYPD Commissioner Names Rodney Harrison Chief Of Detectives, First African American To Hold PositionHarrison, 50, has been a detective, went undercover investigating drug crimes, and received the Police Combat Cross for valor in the line of duty during an 28-year NYPD career.
NYPD Chief Of Patrol Monahan To Take Over As Chief Of DepartmentThe NYPD announced a round of major promotions Monday, including the elevation of Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan to the highest uniformed rank of chief of department.
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.
Rodney Harrison Apologizes For Saying Colin Kaepernick Isn't BlackIn a series of posts on Twitter Tuesday afternoon, Harrison said he did not mean to offend anyone and insisted he did not know Kaepernick was of mixed race.
B&C Morning Show: Rodney Harrison On the Hot SeatAfter answering a cavalcade of tough questions from Craig on the B&C program last week, former New England Patriot and current analyst for "Football Night in America" on NBC, Rodney Harrison was back for more as he joined the guys on radio row in Indianapolis.
B&C Morning Show: Rodney Harrison Can't Say With Conviction That Brady Is Better Than Eli When Rodney Harrison joined the program shortly after 8 a.m., Craig did his best to make things awkward early on -- and succeeded.
Easy Pickings For Giants? Patriots' Secondary Hardly SuperGet ready, Julian Edelman. Here comes Victor Cruz.