NEW YORK - An 11-year-old boy was credited this week with stopping a home invasion by stabbing the suspect. Police sources told CBS2 the thief kicked down an apartment door on Clifford Place in the Mount Hope section of the Bronx just after 5 p.m. Show More Summary
Events to promote awareness of New York's "Move Over Law" are planned at service areas along the Thruway. Thruway Authority staff, state police, tow truck operators and emergency personnel are … Click to Continue »
More than half a million people have signed a petition calling for Melania Trump to move out of New York's Trump Tower, or pay for her own security costs. The New York City Police Department (NYPD) recently estimated that the price of...Show More Summary
The New York Police Department is launching the first phase of a plan to equip 22,000 officers with body cameras. The initiative was set to begin Thursday with police brass … Click to Continue »
In the 1950s, a "mad bomber" terrorized Gothamites and eluded police.
A retired New York police detective says the missing wife of New York real estate heir Robert Durst once went to her neighbor's penthouse in pajamas and said her husband … Click to Continue »
The latest on a federal gun licensing probe involving former New York Police Department members and a lawyer who once worked as a prosecutor (all times local): 12:30 p.m. Law … Click to Continue »
A former New York City police lieutenant, two former police officers and a lawyer who once worked as a prosecutor have been arrested in a federal gun licensing probe. Acting … Click to Continue »
Transit officials say anti-Semitic graffiti incidents are the top subway bias crime investigated so far this year by the New York Police Department. The Daily News (http://nydn.us/2oG3QyR ) reports that … Click to Continue »
The streets of NYC are safer today because this porcine police officer is on the beat. He’s “New York’s Swinest” and he’s ready to save the city’s bacon. Actually he’s just a really cute little pet pig who was out for a stroll on a bright red leash while wearing a teeny-tiny police uniform, complete with his very own badge. Show More Summary
—By Derek de Koff The police officer murdered in Thursday’s [April 20, 2017] ISIS attack on the Champ-Elysees was openly gay and a proud advocate for LGBTQ rights.According to the New York Times, 37-year-old Xavier Jugelé was “mourned...Show More Summary
NYT INTERVIEW WITH GAY CHECHENS EXPOSES TORTURE, STARVATION, ELECTROSHOCK TACTICS BY POLICE: The New York Times has published a shocking report of first-hand accounts to the atrocities experienced by gay men in Chechnya, including starvation and electroshocks. Show More Summary
Sixteen people were injured after a stampede broke out in New York City’s notoriously congested Penn Station last Friday. Someone mistook the sound of a police officer using a stun gun for a gunshot, and that was all it took. So frantic was the scene at the Midtown Manhattan transportation...
As the chief education spokesman for the New York Times editorial board, Brent Staples' support for corporate education polices most often goes unsigned in his editorials. This week, however, Mr. Staples has an editorial piece in the...Show More Summary
Judge Analisa Torres blocked a request to halt a trial of the cameras, allowing the Police Department to begin using the devices next week in Upper Manhattan.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Police Department Commissioner James O’Neill are not impressed with the Justice Department’s claim that their city is “soft on crime.” “New York City continues to see gang murder afterShow More Summary
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill blasted the Department of Justice at a press conference on Friday for its statement accusing the city of being "soft on crime." "It is an unacceptable statement that denigrates the people of New York City and the NYPD. Show More Summary
San Francisco police said the city’s mass blackout on Friday was not linked to power outages in other parts of the country. Recent smaller outages in New York City and Los Angeles had nothing to do with the nearly 90,000 city homes and businesses that lost electricity about 9 a.m. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Frank Serpico, the cop who in 1971 famously exposed corruption in the New York Police Department, is revisiting his story in Frank Serpico, a documentary that has its world premiere Sunday at the Tribeca Film Festival. Serpico,...Show More Summary
The driver was pulling away from the curb “when he realized he struck something,” police said.