NYC is now officially home to the nation's largest municipal ID program, making it easier for New Yorkers without government-issued IDs to complete tasks the license-carrying among us tend to take for granted
"We will reach out to all New Yorkers, regardless of immigration status," de Blasio announced, "issuing municipal ID cards available to all New Yorkers this year."
Two train enthusiasts who were arrested for photographing in the subway have won a big victory for all New Yorkers who don't want to show their papers while commuting.
Vesselin Dittrich has faulty vision in one eye, so he was trying to understand why a woman sitting across from him was blue.
"No one wanted to get involved in making a change where a summons was involved because of everything going on in the Bronx. She fell victim to it," explained the president of a police union.
A 21-year-old student was arrested and held by NYPD for 36 hours for not carrying ID. And once she got into a courtroom, the judge dismissed the ticket in less than a minute.
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The controversy over the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team's effort to fly overseas
The police are hoping that the public can help them identify
Irina Malezhik, missing since 2007 A Brooklyn man has been charged
A Pakistani deli worker in Staten Island is accused of trying
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