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Upper West Side »

The debate was hosted by Faith in New York at JCC Manhattan on Wednesday.

Chelsea »

Police detained the man for walking through a subway exit gate and then found he had a gun and pills.

Civic Center »

Minor crimes such as turnstile jumping could make immigrants vulnerable to deportation, O'Neill said.

Central Harlem »

Advocates will swipe New Yorkers into the subway system to protest NYPD subway fare-beating arrests.

Civic Center »

The police commissioner was responding to a report by the NYPD Inspector General released in June.

Central Harlem »

Johnnie Green, pastor of Mount Neboh Baptist Church, says the mayor has failed his biggest supporters.

Corona »

"The NYPD routinely targets people who swipe others on," organizers said.

West Harlem »

Activists say the fare beaters who are targeted often can't afford the subway. 

Park Slope »

Fare subsidies to the poor are a better use of taxpayer money, says Community Board 6 district manager.

Park Slope »

The prowler shattered a Tiffany window then fell off the roof, according to a police report.

Midtown »

The number of NYCHA buildings with structural damage more than tripled from 2008 to 2014, a report says.

Murray Hill »

Officers found the gun after stopping Mark Nickay, 51, for drinking on the sidewalk, police said.

Midtown »

Protesters said de Blasio had not lived up to campaign promises or progressive rhetoric.

Park Slope »

Activists will hand out mock summonses for offenses such as riding a bike on the sidewalk.

Midtown »

The Bronx man was carrying a pistol, similar to the one used by James Bond.