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Police have released surveillance video of a man suspected of attempting to sexually assault a woman in Lower Manhattan on Sunday.
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New Jersey lawmakers are trying to require law enforcement agencies from elsewhere to give notice when they plan to conduct counterterrorism surveillance in the state, a measure prompted by revelations about New York City police spying on Muslims.
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The draft maps were published Sunday for Atlantic, Ocean, Monmouth and Hudson Counties.
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Police Officer Joseph Koch was shot in the hand on June 17, 2013 while off-duty and attempting to break up a domestic violence attack.
Criticized by the federal government for poor care and oversight of disabled New Yorkers, the state is installing a new prosecutor and inspector general to crack down on institutional abuse while a legal services group has assumed statewide protection of their rights.
Keith Anthony was blasted once in the torso outside the unruly bash on E. 51st St. near Avenue L in Flatlands about 2:45 a.m., police and witnesses said.
When Superstorm Sandy cut power to millions in New York, New Jersey and beyond, solar-powered generators helped some residents recharge.
But climate-proofing a city or coastline is expensive, as shown by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's $20 billion plan to build floodwalls, levees and other defenses against rising seas.
It's alleged that during the demonstrations, he used a metal traffic sign to smash the window of a Starbucks coffee shop while customers were inside.
Suspects in two recent shootings that murdered a Queens teen and left an 11-year-old in Brooklyn paralyzed are behind bars, and though family members of these and other victims of gun violence came together Saturday to applaud the NYPD's work, the community and police realize there is still much work to be done.
The conversation is no longer solely about how to save the planet by cutting carbon emissions.
An 11-year-old girl who was hit by a stray bullet as she walked out of her Brooklyn home last month is slowly starting to show signs of recovery.
A gypsy cab driver killed by a passenger who savagely stabbed him in the eye with an umbrella in Brooklyn was a dedicated father of five who worked to help his family find a better life, a relative said Friday.
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