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Bed-Stuy »

The mayor praised the appeals court decision to halt Judge Shira Scheindlin's order to install a monitor.

Clifton »

Part of the legendary rap group that put Staten Island on the map, U-God still loves New York.

Mott Haven »

The groups, which have recently stepped up their Bronx patrols, focus on stop-and-frisk.

Civic Center »

Nearly 250 additional people were locked up each day for minor crimes during the peak arrest year.  

Brownsville »

Mayor Bloomberg said stronger gun laws and aggressive policing were needed after Antiq Hennis' death.

Times Square & Theater District »

Bill de Blasio, Christine Quinn and other contenders traded fire over tax policy and stop-and-frisk.

Jamaica »

Community activists are inviting mayoral candidates to come to Southeast Queens.

Civic Center »

Raymond Kelly says violent crime will increase if a judge's finding on stop-and-frisk stands.

Civic Center »

The mayor and police commissioner vowed to appeal a federal judge's ruling against stop-and-frisk.

Upper West Side »

Peter Zimroth, who represented a whistle-blower cop in the 1970s, will oversee Stop & Frisk at the NYPD.

Civic Center »

Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled that millions of New Yorkers were unlawfully stopped and searched.

Civic Center »

Councilmembers, including Christine Quinn, are promising the votes to override his veto.

Civic Center »

An average of 100 students were suspended every day and about 90 percent of them were black or Hispanic.

Union Square »

The Speaker says the council's recently passed police inspector general bill will reign in the NYPD.

Fordham »

The mayor called the two City Council bills passed last week "horrendous" because they restrict the NYPD.