The settlement over NYPD spying on Muslim New Yorkers seeks to resolve concerns that led a judge to reject the original settlement in October.
Judge Charles Haight found the settlement would not sufficiently protect New Yorkers' civil liberties.
A new report from the Office of the Inspector General finds police often ignore rules governing surveillance of political activity.
An appellate court accepted the NYPD's Cold War-era excuse for not releasing information.
"Are you asking us to just say, because the city says so, it must be so?"
"A lot of these incidents are the police department attempting to intimidate people, trying to scare them away from demonstrating."
The demonstrators who fought for the right to rally in front
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