Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Tuesday there is "no specific credible threat" to New York.
The city is adding 24 peace officers and an X-ray machine to the BRC shelter on West 25th Street.
Mischa Leinkauf and Matthias Wermke provided video and photo evidence to The New York Times.
Parks worker James Anthony Frye, 47, has died from injuries sustained in a June 2 fire in East New York.
The MTA project is expected to be completed more than nine years after the initial contract goal.
Officers had criticized the supermarket for its lax security policies.
The NYCHA complex will get new lights in its parking lots, walkways, building entrances and play areas.
Two reporters tried three times Tuesday afternoon to access the building before they were arrested.
Four BASE jumpers who leapt from One World Trade Center last year will finally be charged, sources said.
Justin Casquejo, 16, got onto the 104th floor of 1 World Trade Center, the Port Authority said.
The convicted killer waltzed out by putting on a visitor's scarf, prosecutors said.
Two former top NYPD officials tarnished the reputation of a private security firm, a new lawsuit charges.
De Blasio's recently created NYPD security detail includes 10 officers, none of whom are white.
The pool reopened for its second year with a modest crowd and strict entrance rules.
Michael Boren, 51, a salesman from Almont, Michigan suffered cardiac arrest on the Ed Koch Bridge.
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