Larry Byrne, the New York Police Department's deputy commissioner for legal affairs, told reporters on Friday that non-citizen New Yorkers will not be deported from the United States over minor offenses. "Nobody is getting deported for jumping a turnstile," he said. [ more › ]
A top New York Police Department official said Friday that jumping a subway turnstile -- a minor offense -- will not get you deported if you are an illegal immigrant. "Even if you're a recidivist and jumped a turnstile for the fourth...Show More Summary
Months after the study they were a part ended, bright lights remain in New York housing projects.
The iconic Magic Castle in Los Angeles was shrouded in mystery Friday night after a body was found inside a closet. While police suspected the incident to be an apparent suicide case, a Hollywood police spokesman told the New York Daily News that foul play could not be ruled out immediately. Police...
Hate crimes in New York City have skyrocketed, especially against Jews, in the last three months, and police officials are blaming it on the vitriolic rhetoric of the presidential campaign. “Based on the timing and the extraordinaryShow More Summary
Hate crimes in New York City, particularly against Jews, have spiked in the past 100 days, a trend police officials say is probably connected to ethnic bias and xenophobia that emerged during the... To view the full story, click the title link.
The liberal media hyped up the initial estimate that it would cost the New York Police Department up to $1 million a day to protect President Donald Trump, his family and Trump Tower in New York City. Let’s review some of the headlines from last year: Chicago Tribune: The Trumps should live in the White […]
A New York City police detective who became an internet sensation as the "Hipster Cop" for his fashionable wardrobe during the Occupy Wall Street protests is letting go of something … Click to Continue »
PRINCETON, Massachusetts (WPIX) -- Authorities say they now have a DNA profile of the person who killed a New York City woman while she was out for a run near her mother's Massachusetts home last summer. FindTheHome | Graphiq Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has tallied the cost of watching over the Melania Trump and her son, Barron, at Trump Tower between the election and Inauguration Day, and it was less than the $35 million initially estimated, reports Reuters. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Donald Trump has been in the office for just a month and has cost taxpayers almost $10 million in travel expenses. New York Police Department estimates the expenditure of around $500,000 per day to secure the Trump Towers, where the first lady is still living. Show More Summary
New York City has lowered its cost estimate for guarding President Donald Trump, his family and their Manhattan residence. Police Commissioner James P. O'Neill has written to New York's Congressional … Click to Continue »
The city in late January selected developer Omni New York to redevelop an underutilized New York Police Department garage occupying roughly half a block along 168th Street in Jamaica, Queens. The... To view the full story, click the title link.
The letter, dated Wednesday, provides detailed estimates about the Police Department’s expenses associated with presidential security.
Late Tuesday morning, a bull escaped a Queens slaughterhouse, causing an inadvertent “running of the bulls” moment for bystanders, police, and journalists alike. As the bull barreled along an unpredictable path, cops shot it with tranquilizers as they attempted to stop it. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — A plucky bull escaped from a slaughterhouse and led police on a wild chase through the streets on Tuesday only to die on its way to a shelter.
New York Post editorial board rips the PANYNJ police force, writing, “Next time you cross the GW Bridge and fume about the $15 Port Authority toll, consider: Some two dozen PA cops made more than $234,000 last year — including three who snagged over $300,000. Show More Summary
A bull that escaped from a slaughterhouse and led police on a wild chase through New York City streets has died. Police corralled the bull in a backyard Tuesday after a two-hour chase that continued even after the bull's hide was studded with tranquilizer darts. A spokeswoman for Animal Care Centers...
New York City police officers were forced to run down a frenzied cow that broke out of a slaughterhouse in Jamaica, Queens, on Tuesday.
There could be a happy ending for a rogue bull that escaped from a slaughterhouse and led New York City police on a chase through Queens on Tuesday. Mike Stura, founder of the New Jersey-based Skylands Animal Sanctuary, told The Huffington...Show More Summary