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German Artists Claim Responsibility for Swapping Brooklyn Bridge Flags

Mischa Leinkauf and Matthias Wermke provided video and photo evidence to The New York Times.

East New York »

Parks Department Worker Critically Injured in Fire Dies From Injuries

Parks worker James Anthony Frye, 47, has died from injuries sustained in a June 2 fire in East New York.

Financial District »

MTA's Electronic Security System Delayed 3 More Years by Sandy, Report Says

The MTA project is expected to be completed more than nine years after the initial contract goal. 

Morrisania »

Western Beef Boosts Security in Wake of Car Break-Ins

Officers had criticized the supermarket for its lax security policies.

Astoria »

Ravenswood Houses Getting $4M Lighting Upgrade to Boost Security

The NYCHA complex will get new lights in its parking lots, walkways, building entrances and play areas.

Financial District »

CNN Reporters Arrested for Trying to Break Into World Trade Center

Two reporters tried three times Tuesday afternoon to access the building before they were arrested.

Financial District »

Skydivers to Be Charged for Last Year's Jump from 1 WTC, Sources Say

Four BASE jumpers who leapt from One World Trade Center last year will finally be charged, sources said.

Financial District »

Teen Climbs to Top of WTC After Breaking Through Security, PAPD Says

Justin Casquejo, 16, got onto the 104th floor of 1 World Trade Center, the Port Authority said.

Queens Village »

Security Tightened at Creedmoor Psych Facility After Killer Escapes

The convicted killer waltzed out by putting on a visitor's scarf, prosecutors said.

New York City »

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.

Civic Center »

Bill de Blasio's NYPD Security Detail Includes No White Officers: Sources

De Blasio's recently created NYPD security detail includes 10 officers, none of whom are white.

Greenpoint »

McCarren Pool's Calm Reopening Brings Tight Security and Second Chances

The pool reopened for its second year with a modest crowd and strict entrance rules.

New York City »

Tragedy Strikes 5-Boro Tour When Man Dies of Heart Attack

Michael Boren, 51, a salesman from Almont, Michigan suffered cardiac arrest on the Ed Koch Bridge.

Upper West Side »

Backpacks and Bags Banned at Sunday's Central Park Race, Organizers Say

New York City Road Runners asked runners and spectators to leave their bags at home.

Financial District »

Statue of Liberty Security Screening Moving to Ellis Island

Security for visitors to Liberty Island, reopening July 4, will move from Battery Park to Ellis Island.

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