Mohammed Alam, 42, was arrested early Saturday after attacking his young son, police said.
Police reformers said his rhetoric didn't go far enough while police unions said he spoke too soon.
Airbnb vowed to fight a law against advertising illegal short-term rentals signed into law on Friday.
"Police have rights, too,” said Norman Siegel, the former head of the New York Civil Liberties Union.
Deputy Inspector Ernest Morales officially took over at the 42nd Precinct on Wednesday.
Michael Hall randomly cut a man across his left cheek, police said.
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He grabbed her in a chokehold from behind on Tuesday morning, police said.
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About 2 percent of fatal police shootings this year involved people 66 or older, according to stats.
Trump's "nasty women" comment inspires T-shirts to benefit Planned Parenthood, and more.
Tenants who live at 949 Ogden Ave. have sued management for failing to make repairs at the building.
Suntaya Cintron did not have custody of her son, Jasmin Cintron, when she took him, officials said.
Marie Guido, 92, was fatally struck by a dump truck in Parkchester Thursday morning, police said.
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