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New York City is reminding a Florida-based pizzeria chain to make sure it keeps serving up a required topping: a disclaimer saying that NYPD Pizza isn't affiliated with the New York Police Department.
Attorneys for critics of the New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslims said Friday there's no reason to slow their pursuit of a Brooklyn federal lawsuit challenging the practice after a similar case was dismissed in New Jersey.
Mayor Bill de Blasio faced more questions Friday about why his official vehicles were videotaped breaking traffic laws only two days after he rolled out a sweeping traffic safety plan.
A federal judge has ruled that the New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslims in New Jersey was a lawful effort to prevent terrorism, not a civil rights violation.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who just touted a new safe-driving initiative to lower the city's speed limits by 5 mile per hour, has now been caught in an embarrassing situation: His SUV was seen blowing through a pair of stop signs in Queens.
A federal appeals court returned litigation over the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy to a lower court Friday for a potential settlement between civil liberties groups and the city.
The New York Police Department has been testing a couple pairs of Google's new, Internet-connected eyeglasses.
Police unions told a federal appeals court Friday that they want the courts to decide whether a judge properly ordered changes to the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk program even if the city no longer wants to challenge her rulings.
It was no coincidence on Friday when William Bratton entered a packed auditorium at police headquarters in lower Manhattan to the strains of the fabled U.S. Cavalry tune "Garryowen."