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Security Firm Sues 2 Ex-Top NYPD Officials With Close Ties to Ray Kelly

Two former top NYPD officials tarnished the reputation of a private security firm, a new lawsuit charges.

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Judge's Plan to Fit Cops With Cameras Worked in California, Study Found

A study showed that a California police department that used cameras reduced civilian complaints.  

New York City »

Witness Who Helped Feds Bust Malcolm Smith Rents Private Island

Moses Stern spent two weeks vacationing with his family on a private $10,000-a-week Florida hideaway.

Financial District »

Occupy Wall Street Protester Wins $25K From City After Suing Over Arrest

Sade Adona said cops threw her to the ground and beat her shin with a baton during Occupy march.

New York City »

NYPD Officer Charged With Tax Fraud, Identity Theft

NYPD officer Jonathan Wally was arrested and charged Wednesday with tax fraud and identity theft.

Sunnyside »

Ex-NYPD Cop Sentenced to 4 Years Behind Bars in Gun-Smuggling Plot

Ali Oklu allegedly planned to transport three M-16 rifles, a shotgun and 16 handguns across state lines.

New York City »

Witness at the Center of Malcolm Smith Bribery Case Owes $126M to Citigroup

Moses "Mark" Stern, a real estate investor, cooperated with the feds to take down Malcolm Smith.

Civic Center »

Federal Trial Challenging Stop-and-Frisk Begins

The civil suit alleges that four men were illegally targeted by the NYPD based on their skin color.

Jackson Heights »

Hiram Monserrate's Prison Stay Delayed Over Toothache

Hiram Monserrate will start his sentence on April 11 after a judge gave him time to complete dental work.

New York City »

Accused NYPD 'Cannibal Cop' Pleads Not Guilty

Gilberto Valle, 28, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

New York City »

Accused NYPD 'Cannibal Cop' Indicted in Plot to Cook and Eat Women

Gilberto Valle, 28, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted.

Murray Hill »

Second Avenue Deli Entitled to 'Heart Attack', Judge Says

The owners of the 2nd Avenue Deli won a case against a Las Vegas burger chain.

Manhattan »

John Liu Should Forget 2013 Mayor Run, Pundits Say

City Comptroller John Liu is mulling his political future after his campaign treasurer was arrested.

Manhattan »

Artist Shepard Fairey Pleads Guilty in Connection to Obama 'Hope' Case

Shepard Fairey pleaded guilty Friday in Manhattan Federal Court. 

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