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The protester will not be charged when he meets with the Manhattan DA's office about being punched by Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona.
NYCLU Director Donna Lieberman said, “There is no good reason for Commissioner Kelly to withhold this information from the public. Even President Obama’s public schedule appears every day on the White House’s website."
Commissioner Ray Kelly reacted to yesterday's news that subway fare-beating is the most cost-effective way to commute by calling for lawmakers to raise the MTA's current $100 fine.
Photograph of damaged door by dhfdz on Flickr Around 3:45 a.m.,
After the city was moved by the story of a baby abandoned
Photograph of Mayor Bloomberg proclaiming a counterfeit foods store closed in
Leonard Levitt, a veteran journalist who spent 10 years covering the
Update: Police have arrested David Tarloff, a Queens resident and former patient
The Queens DA's office and NYPD revealed new details about the killing
Sixty-two men associated with the Gambino, Genovese and Bonanno crime families
Photograph of MTA police K9 team by Diane Bondareff/AP Department of
The hits keep coming for the NYPD. Yesterday, federal prosecutors accused a
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