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- Jay Z says he'll continue Barneys collaboration Updated: Nov-15-13 9:46 pm
- NYC commissioner: Mayoral candidates pandered Updated: Nov-15-13 12:13 pm
NEW YORK - The soon-to-be head of the nation's largest police force on Saturday promised minority New Yorkers that he would respect their civil rights amid concern over how the department will use the controversial stop-and-frisk tactic in the new administration.
NEW YORK - As William Bratton prepares to embark on his second tour of duty as New York City police commissioner, he will find a very different city than the one he left behind nearly 20 years ago.
NEW YORK - William Bratton, whose tenure as New York City police commissioner in the 1990s was marked by a steep decline in crime and clashes with then-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, has been chosen to lead the nation's largest police force again.
NEW YORK - A large truck pulling out of a midtown Manhattan parking spot struck and killed an on-duty New York Police Department traffic enforcement agent Saturday afternoon, pinning the 71-year-old agent under a wheel of the truck, police said.
NEW YORK - In New York, a 78-year-old woman strolling in her neighborhood was punched in the head by a stranger and tumbled to the ground. In Washington, a 32-year-old woman was swarmed by teenagers on bikes, and one clocked her in the face. In Jersey City, a 46-year-old man died after someone sucker-punched him and he struck his head on an iron fence.
NEW YORK - Jay Z announced Friday he'll move forward with a planned collaboration with Barneys New York despite recent allegations of racial profiling at the luxury store, an ongoing investigation into the claims and public pressure that he back out of the deal.
NEW YORK - New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio and the other Democratic candidates were "pandering" when they criticized police stops of young black and Hispanic men.