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- Bratton pledges 'respectful' NY police behavior Updated: Dec-07-13 5:21 pm
- De Blasio says NY must live up to Mandela's spirit Updated: Dec-07-13 11:47 am
- New Yorkers react to Mandela's death Updated: Dec-05-13 7:39 pm
- Bratton picked as NYPD commissioner again Updated: Dec-05-13 3:56 pm
NEW YORK - Responding to allegations of racial profiling, a coalition of major retailers agreed Monday to create a customer bill of rights that will explicitly prohibit profiling and unreasonable searches.
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 - When a newly freed Nelson Mandela visited the United States in 1990, his first stop was New York City. And on Thursday, from elected officials to everyday New Yorkers, the political giant was remembered fondly for the strength of his character and the power of his example.
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.