CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to Lou Palumbo about new surveillance footage of the Empire State Building shootings.
At least a dozen employees of the New York Police Department were reprimanded following an investigation into comments deemed racist that were posted online about the city's West Indian Day Parade, the NYPD reported Thursday.
A controversial NYPD surveillance unit that cataloged information on Muslim communities never produced a lead that linked to a potential terrorist plot during years of investigating, according to the head of the city's police intelligence division.
iReporter David Fowler witnessed the beginning of a confrontation between New York police and a man brandishing a knife.
The NYPD says it plans to subpoena Twitter to reveal the identity of a user who claimed on the social networking site to be planning an attack on a Broadway theater.
Rather than celebrating Father's Day on Sunday afternoon, Horace Russell marched with several thousand people to take a stand against the New York Police Department's controversial "stop and frisk" policy.
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Jacob Stevens scrambled to new wife Clara's side moments after she was struck by a car and whispered desperate entreaties for her to live.
A Hasidic NYPD recruit is planning a lawsuit after being dismissed for refusing to trim his beard for religious reasons, his attorney said Sunday.
I am an American Muslim. When I was growing up in a small town in upstate New York, the America I lived in cherished diversity and the freedom to worship, regardless of one's religion. People of various faiths resided in my community: Protestants, Catholics, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and Mormons. How a person prayed was never a factor in how we treated each other.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is asking state legislators to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana that are in public view.
New York City police didn't violate New Jersey state laws when they carried out surveillance programs of Muslim-owned business, mosques and university student groups, according to a Thursday statement from the New Jersey attorney general's office.
After mounting public pressure from advocacy groups and a class action lawsuit against the New York Police Department, Commissioner Ray Kelly detailed changes to the department's much-criticized "stop, question and frisk" policy.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) says there is no racial profiling by the New York Police Department.
NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly talks about ongoing counterterrorism efforts one year after Osama Bin Laden's death.
Injured NY bicyclists accuse police of inadequate investigations after traffic accidents. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
Michelle Matson has a nagging reminder of the cycling crash that could have killed her. A year and a half later, flecks of asphalt remain lodged in her skin.
The New York Civil Liberties Union filed a federal class action lawsuit Wednesday against the city of New York and several members of the New York Police Department, including Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, challenging the department's "Operation Clean Halls" program, the NYCLU announced.
New York police arrested dozens of people in lower Manhattan as the Occupy Wall Street movement marked six months of protests, authorities said Sunday.
Most New Yorkers believe the city's police act appropriately in dealing with Muslims, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday.
While New York police officials defended their actions, Muslim advocacy groups Friday expressed disappointment that the state's attorney general declined to investigate the department over alleged surveillance of Muslim neighborhoods.
The mayor of Newark has called for an investigation into a far-reaching New York Police Department surveillance program that was allegedly conducted in the New Jersey city's Muslim neighborhoods.
First, there was "Flying While Muslim." This expression summed up the extra challenges of being an American Muslim when flying on commercial airlines.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday fired back at the president of Yale University and others who have suggested city police went too far in their surveillance of Muslims.
Black detectives in the New York City Police Department's Intelligence Division filed a federal complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging racial discrimination in NYPD hiring and promotion practices.
A prominent group of Muslim leaders on Friday made good on a pledge to boycott New York City's annual interfaith breakfast with Mayor Michael Bloomberg in protest of a controversial surveillance program.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Thursday touted law enforcement efforts to thwart future terrorist attacks in New York, telling reporters that "we obey the law" and that authorities "don't target anybody," instead focusing on leads.
The Central Intelligence Agency announced Friday that an internal report found no issue or evidence of wrong-doing in the spy agency's partnership with the New York City Police Department.
A woman is in critical condition after being struck in the head by a falling shopping cart, which police allege a group of adolescents pushed off the fourth story of a parking garage in East Harlem, authorities said Monday.
Sixteen members of the New York Police Department have been indicted on charges they were involved in "highly organized, systematic" misconduct that included a large-scale ticket-fixing operation, among other allegations, city and police officials announced Friday.
Five active and three retired officers of the New York Police Department are among 12 people charged Tuesday with conspiring to transport and distribute firearms and stolen goods, according to federal authorities.
The New York Police Department has the capability to "take down" threatening airplanes, Commissioner Raymond Kelly said in an interview broadcast on CBS's "60 Minutes" Sunday night.
A heavy security presence permeated lower Manhattan on Sunday, the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, as authorities continued their search for possible plotters of another terrorist strike.
The nation's capital is blanketed with increased security in anticipation of the 9/11 anniversary.
A sneak peak at 'Beyond Bravery - The Women of 9/11,' premiering September 5th at 11 p.m. ET.
A few weeks ago, a group of about two dozen female rescue workers walked onto the platform overlooking ground zero.
The Central Intelligence Agency is denying a news report that it has helped the New York Police Department conduct covert surveillance on Muslims. The agency said suggestions that it engaged in domestic spying were "simply wrong."
New York-area Muslims and civil liberties advocates called Wednesday for investigations and hearings after a report said that in the years since the 9-11 attacks, city police have carried out covert surveillance on Muslims with the help of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Many 9/11 first responders are up in arms over a controversial decision that leaves cancer off the list of conditions covered by the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.
The New York City Police Department has a new cruiser that will be silently plying the city streets very soon.
You might be planning a weekend camping trip with your family or friends. As you stuff your car with all the necessary equipment, take a moment to reflect on the fascinating history of some of those must-have camping accessories.
The chairman of a salt company who once headed an Egyptian bank was arrested Monday in New York, accused of sexually abusing an employee at a luxury hotel.
A "sensitive" counterterrorism document belonging to the New York Police Department was found in a trash can outside a police station by a passerby who has drawn attention for posting it online.
An attorney for the family of a woman whose body was found on a desolate Long Island beach says the New York Police Department initially gave no attention to reports of a missing person.
Many New York residents have been piling criticism on city officials over heaps of snow and uncollected garbage lining streets after last week's blizzard. But trash bags left on one curbside may have saved a man's life, police said.
From radiation detectors to backpack bans, the NYPD gears up for New Year's Eve at Times Square. Mary Snow has more.
Police are searching for a suspect caught on a surveillance video seen rolling a suitcase later found to contain the strangled body of a 28 year-old woman, officials said.
Mourners gathered Thursday for the funeral service of a New York police detective, who died nearly a decade after being exposed to toxic debris while transporting victims in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
A Nicaraguan diplomat is found dead with his throat slashed in his New York apartment. CNN's Susan Candiotti reports.
A New York Police Department helicopter made an emergency landing in the water off Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn Wednesday afternoon, according to NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne.
Police in New York say they've unmasked the woman behind robberies at the city's shoe and bath stores, who donned a cat mask in at least one of the incidents.
A free concert in Manhattan by Canadian rapper Drake and pop trio Hanson was canceled Tuesday evening because of an unruly crowd, police said.
Two New Jersey men arrested at a New York airport planned to travel to Somalia to "wage violent jihad," and also had expressed a willingness to commit violent acts in the United States, according to prosecutors and a federal criminal complaint.
Irregularities in drug evidence processed by a New York Police Department forensics technician are being investigated, putting into question all cases the technician has worked on in her 24 years on the job, police say.
Two men have been arrested in a bold and bizarre jewelry store robbery involving crooks who disguised themselves in Hasidic Jewish attire, complete with hats and false beards, police announced Tuesday.
There was no profanity, no hate. Just the words, "I love my friends Abby and Faith. Lex was here 2/1/10 :)" scrawled on the classroom desk with a green marker.
Federal, state and municipal agencies staged an elaborate drill in the waters off New York City on Tuesday to prepare for the possibility of a nuclear or dirty-bomb attack from the water.
In 2009, some units of the New York Police Department still function more like "Dragnet" than "CSI." They rely on typewriters.
Rep. Charles Rangel said he is satisfied with the steps New York police are taking in response to the death of Officer Omar Edwards, but renewed his call for a federal investigation into instances of police friendly fire.
Three professors and a former professor at Columbia University's Teachers College received hate mail this week, the New York Police Department said. It's the campus that was shaken by several bias crimes directed at black and Jewish professors in 2007.
NYPD officers on counter-terrorism patrol helped deliver a baby during morning rush hour in the middle of New York's bustling Penn Station Wednesday.
Two former New York Police Department detectives were sentenced to life in prison without parole Friday for operating as Mafia hit men while employed by the NYPD.
The number of homicides in New York City rose about four percent in 2008 compared with the previous year, preliminary figures from the city's police department showed.
Extra security has been ordered while the city preps for a freezing night of celebration
Investigators with the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau are conducting DNA tests on equipment taken from the lockers of five police officers after a Brooklyn man accused them of sodomizing him with a radio antenna.
New York City authorities are investigating whether a man shown mugging an elderly woman in a surveillance video is connected to a series of attacks on elderly people this summer.
After over 30 years of rocking out, the English trio sings their swan song at Madison Square Garden
As gas begins to look more like liquid gold, more motorists are keeping it under lock and key, fueling sales for locking gas caps, according to retailers and manufacturers.
Seven police officers were hit with disciplinary charges Tuesday in the 50-shot slaying of an unarmed groom-to-be on his wedding day
Three police detectives are found not guilty in the shooting of Sean Bell. To many, the verdict highlights the need for a new approach to such prosecutions
Three New York Police Department detectives involved in the shooting death of an unarmed man in a 50-bullet barrage, hours before he was to be married, learn their fate Friday morning.
CNN's Allan Chernoff reports serious crime has declined for the 17th consecutive year in New York City.
New York City is on course to mark the fewest homicides since records have been kept, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly announced Wednesday.
The arrests this week in Germany confirm a trend investigators have been noting: lone wolves are replacing large networks
As Jose Padilla is convicted of extremist activity, the NYPD has put the feds to shame with its analysis of terrorism
Average citizens who quietly band together and adopt radical ways pose a mounting threat to American security that could exceed that of established terrorist groups
Authorities arrested three people Friday after detectives saw a replica of a Revolutionary War submarine floating near the dock of the Queen Mary II.
Makeshift submarine found
A civil case has been filed against the New York Police Department by a Brooklyn woman whose fiance was shot more than 50 times by police officers on the day they were to be married.
A man who stored nearly 1,500 pounds of potassium nitrate and other chemicals in his Staten Island home and a nearby storage facility was charged with reckless endangerment Friday, according to the New York City Police Department.
Forty-four anti-war activists carrying "blood-splattered" cardboard signs displaying the record profits of companies were arrested outside the New York Stock Exchange Monday morning.
Investigators are trying to determine if anyone involved in an alleged terror plot against the New York City subway system is in the United States, the city's top police official said Sunday.
British investigators are now leaning away from believing the attacks on July 7 and July 21 were linked, police officials said Thursday.
The bombers responsible for the July 7 blasts in London used commonly available products to make their explosives, New York police have told security officials.
The bombers responsible for the July 7 blasts in London used commonly available products to make their explosives, New York police told security officials in a briefing Wednesday.
Federal agents arrested a man on Monday, charging him with possessing and selling more than 1,300 counterfeit badges representing 35 law enforcement agencies, the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency said.
The proposed tallest building in the world, meant to take the place of the twin towers of the World Trade Center, will be redesigned, New York Gov. George Pataki said Wednesday.
Police and prosecutors are fashioning a new weapon in their arsenal against criminals: digital evidence. The sight of hard drives, Internet files and e-mails as courtroom evidence is increasingly common.
More than three years after the September 11 attacks, the New York City Police Department is hoping technology will provide closure.
In the first major clampdown on protesters before the Republican National Convention, New York police arrested 264 people Friday night during a mass demonstration.
Anarchist, terrorist. Train, truck or bus. Whatever the threat, New York's finest say they are prepared.
The New York City Police Department (NYPD) and representatives for United for Peace and Justice have agreed on a site for a protest rally this weekend, as well as the route for the march that will precede it, sources familiar with the situation told CNN Thursday.
Authorities are planning to employ a corporate blimp as an alternative intelligence-gathering tool during next week's Republican National Convention in New York City.
A mob of chanting "demonstrators" clashed with police Thursday in Brooklyn in a mock protest held to review arrest procedures ahead of the Republican National Convention.
An administrative law judge has found the New York Police Department guilty of religious discrimination by banning a Sikh police officer from wearing a turban while on the job.
A 13-year-old girl was taken from her room at Bellevue Hospital on Friday morning and sexually assaulted by an unidentified man, police said.
A letter sent to juror No. 4 in the trial of the former CEO of Tyco was written by a man in Boston who says he thought a mistrial had already been declared, and it had more of a "complaint" tone than a "threat" tone, New York Police Department sources told CNN.
Sleep trainer Michael Krugman (soundersleep.com) has treated workers at Saatchi & Saatchi, Equitable Life Assurance, the NYPD, and Philip Morris (gee, wonder what keeps them up at night). "Most of ...