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First NYPD Officers Start Retraining in Wake of Garner Death This Week

The officers will be in a "test" class for revamped training designed to improve public relations.

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Mayoral Aide Owes Nearly $900 in Unpaid Parking Tickets

Rachel Noerdlinger got eight parking tickets since being appointed the first lady's chief of staff.

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City's Worst Landlord Racked Up 3,000 Violations at 13 Buildings

Landlord Robin Shimoff has 3,300 open violations at 13 buildings in The Bronx, Leticia James said.

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City Clears Top Mayoral Aide of Wrongdoing in Background Check Omission

City Hall announces no discipline for top aide who failed to disclose she lived with convicted killer.

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De Blasio Aide Did Not Disclose Ex-Con Lover on Background Check: Sources

Rachel Noerdlinger was required to disclose her relationship to the Department of Investigation.

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Chirlane McCray Becomes Only First Lady to Attend NYPD Crime Stats Meeting

The mayor's wife and son attended separate meetings at which police brass grill commanders about crime.

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City Council Seeks to Eliminate Credit Checks for Job Seekers

Backers say there is no reason that job seekers' credit should be considered, with a few exceptions.

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Bratton Opposes Law to Make Chokeholds Illegal

The police commissioner told the City Council he also wants funding for 1,000 new police officers.

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Melissa Mark-Viverito Does Not Have Cervical Cancer, She Says

The council speaker said there's "no cause for concern" after she tested positive for high-risk HPV.

Downtown Brooklyn »

NYPD Takes Fewer Guns Off the Streets as Shootings Rise, Stats Show

The latest data from police show that illegal gun recoveries have reached a new low.

East Village »

What Happened in New York This Week: 5 Stories You Need to Read

DNAinfo's stories ranged from a shame campaign against dog scofflaws to the top laid-back rooftop bars.

Midtown »

Myls' Law Got 'Lost in the Shuffle' in Albany, Backers Say

Bills intended to close a loophole that contributed to Myls Dobson's death didn't get support.

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De Blasio Would Dump Bratton in Showdown with Sharpton, Sources Say

If the mayor were forced to choose between Sharpton and Bratton, Sharpton would win, insiders say.

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NYPD Union Boss Says Bad Press Has Motivated Attacks on Police

The president of the detectives' union reminded his members that they're not a "punching bag."  

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Despite Bloody Weekend, Shootings Were Down Last Week: NYPD Data

Shootings are up 8 percent this year, but the NYPD got some respite with fewer incidents this week.  

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