Puff, puff, floss.
Like everything in New York City, police union cards are being counterfeited.
City Council wants to know why drivers are so rarely charged in accidents.
Shots were fired between a veteran detective and the perpetrator inside a Harlem subway station.
The viral video of police violence that kick-started Occupy Wall Street has resulted in a lawsuit.
Such a catchy name for such a questionable practice!
Some New Yorkers claim police are giving them a hard time about the voluntary program.
While other crimes are dropping, the sex trade is holding steady.
A loaded pistol, shotgun, and bags of pot found in his bedroom.
Surveillance footage to the rescue.
The department has voters' support despite a few bumps.
Pride says the gun fired by accident.
A new study calls Islamic extremism "a minuscule threat to public safety."
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office concluded that criminal charges are not appropriate.
Protesters marched from the deceased man's home to the 47th Precinct station house.
Officer William Masso faces five to six years in jail.
New data shows that the number of NYPD officers diagnosed with cancer has almost tripled.