Detectives in the Intelligence Division were routinely denied promotions for a decade, the NYCLU said.
"I hit him," said Arbah Beniasser as he sat in his cab near East 86th Street.
Two men are suing the Port Authority and Otis Elevator Company over the incident.
The mayor said that despite the "few instances" of immigration raids, he wants to end the practice.
"I was a very sick man," Weiner said through tears during his sentencing.
The cyclist wasn't wearing a helmet and suffered severe head injuries, police said.
Fentanyl, original used for end-of-life patients, was linked to 44 percent of overdoses in the city.
“Art and China After 1989" is set to open on Oct. 6.
The developer this week put out a call for artists.
The etched names of the five American Nobel Prize winners were unveiled on Thursday.
The victim, 46, made threats inside Candy Grocery on West 145th Street earlier in the day, sources said.
The suspect offered to walk the woman home but then raped her at knifepoint, police said.
He flashed three women on the R line within two months, police said.
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, D, F, M, J, L, N, Q and R trains will all be impacted.
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