Look for it outside your local mosque.
The city is no longer disclosing lawsuits' costs unless asked specifically.
The department only searched 133,934 people in the second quarter of 2012.
"Yesterday we filed a motion in NYC to defend a user's voice."
The mayor and his police chief are holding strong, while potential successors tread carefully.
Attorney General Eric Holder gave a speech defending the policy today.
The mayor of New Jersey's largest city says he was kept in the dark about post-9/11 surveillance.
Including at Yale, Rutgers, UPenn, Syracuse, and two upstate SUNY campuses.
Some New Yorkers claim police are giving them a hard time about the voluntary program.
The AP's investigation into the department's surveillance program continues.
The NYCLU has filed a federal complaint alleging such.
Info on the surveillance program keeps coming out.
Beware the "militant paintball trips."
American presidents don't often have American citizens killed.
Ray Kelly gets grilled in a City Council hearing.
Local community leaders were under surveillance even as they lunched with Bloomberg.
But will Yemen be the new Pakistan?