The NYPD union chief this week addressed new officers ready to take up their beats.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan urged "unity and calm" during Sunday Mass, which Mayor Bill de Blasio attended.
Under the city's new rules, Kenneth Healey is only eligible for $10,000 a year if he can't work.
Ronald Singleton, 45, died in an ambulance after being restrained by police in July.
The president of the detectives' union reminded his members that they're not a "punching bag."
Patrolmen's Benevolent Association president Pat Lynch blasted the city's offer of no raises.
Officer Rosa Rodriguez is the first officer affected by a 2009 change to NYPD and FDNY pensions.
The city will file a motion to vacate a federal judge's ruling, according to the city Law Department.
Lawyers for Richard Haste said he was told by fellow officers that the teen had a gun.
Supreme Court Justice Steven L. Barrett said the grand jury may have received misleading instructions.
Murray Weiss reports that lawyers for the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association are squabbling over legal strategy in the ticket-fixing scandal.
The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association has hired top lawyers to fend off possible criminal charges against the union.
The Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and Uniformed Firefighters Association say they will fight proposed cuts.
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