On the Inside

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Murray Weiss is an award-winning investigative journalist, author, columnist and editor, and is considered an expert on government, law enforcement, criminal justice, organized crime and terrorism.

Brownsville »

Dog-Fighting Operation in Brooklyn Apartment Busted by Cops

Seven pit bulls were rescued from a Brownsville apartment that apparently had a dog-fighting arena.

Howard Beach »

Battered Wife Barbara Sheehan Loses Appeal, Faces Prison Time

The state Appellate Division upheld a prison sentence for a Queens wife who shot her husband 11 times.

Laurelton »

Family Attacks Dead Woman's Beau for Calling 911 Too Late, Sources Say

A family kidnapped and tried to kill a woman's boyfriend for not calling 911 quick enough, police said.

Bushwick »

Hero Cop Once Shot In Head Captures Two Alleged Home Invaders

Sgt. Kevin Brennan, who survived a point-blank shooting last year, captured two home invasion suspects.

South Jamaica »

Cops ID Gunman They Say Killed Honors Student D'aja Robinson in Queens

Sources say the teen sprayed gunfire into a bus on May 18, killing Robinson.

South Jamaica »

Facebook 'Diss' Sparked Fatal Bus Shooting of Innocent 14-Year-Old Girl

Cops are now offering a $22,000 reward in the killing of D'aja Robinson.

New York City »

John Gotti's Wife Suffers Serious Stroke

Victoria Gotti, wife of the late 'Dapper Don,' was hospitalized after suffering a stroke.

New York City »

Chilling 911 Call Is One of 700 Domestic Violence Cases NYPD Sees Daily

As street crime drops, domestic violence remains a stubborn foe for the NYPD.

Upper East Side »

Custodian Arrested for Allegedly Stalking Teen at Lady Gaga's Former School

A janitor at Sacred Heart, where Lady Gaga attended, allegedly gave a Valentine's card to a student.

New York City »

'Public Safety Exception' Used in Boston Bomb Case Traces Back to Queens

The decision to delay reading Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights dates back to a 1980 case in Queens.

New York City »

City To Defend Cop Who Punched Occupy Wall Street Protester in Face

The city will defend Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona, who was sued for punching a protester.

University Heights »

Using Disgraced Assemblyman Nelson Castro as Mole Raises Questions for Feds

Prosecutors face ethical questions after not intervening to stop a tainted candidate from taking office.

New York City »

Port Authority Fined $3.5 Million For Failure to Train Airport Personnel

The PA is forced to create separate force to deal with terror and airport emergencies.

New York City »

NYPD Floods Times Square as Easter Gang Wilding Feared

Violence has historically followed the Javits Center's Easter Sunday car show.

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