Several people of interest have been identified in the 2008 bombing, federal officials said Wednesday.
"This is neither Ferguson nor Staten Island," the president of the detectives union said.
He secretly installed several devices inside the precinct to access restricted databases, officials say.
The "universal" attack left all agencies unable to receive messages.
A caller claimed to have kidnapped the victim's best friend and demanded $1,700 in ransom.
Federal investigators are looking into Dean Skelos' outside income, according to NBC New York.
Evgeny Buryakov was supposed to get information on possible American sanctions against Russian banks.
Rasheed Thomas' military service ends next month, and he's looking for a new home and career.
Joseph Connor hopes William Morales will be extradited from Cuba for the bombing that killed his father.
Sekou Odinga, a Black Panther and Black Liberation Army member, was released from prison Tuesday.
Thomas Galante will still collect his $392,000 salary.
Diana Durand, 48, pleaded guilty to using straw donors to boost Grimm's 2010 war chest.
Two men were rescued from scaffolding at the Ted Weiss Federal Building Downtown, officials said.
Sandeep Singh was told to "go back to your country bin Laden," according to his wife.
The women took their victims to strip clubs where they ran up huge credit cards bills, sources said.
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