Local cops, already known not to be huge fans of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, are now openly disrespecting him after two of their own were executed by a lone gunman in Brooklyn.
The cops were shot in their patrol car around 3 PM—subsequently succumbing to the injuries—while the gunman allegedly shot himself to death soon after.
On a cold Friday night in New York, about 50 people gathered to show their support for Gotham's finest, but it wasn't long before counter-protesters angry about police brutality arrived.
Emboldened by New York's new ban on hydraulic fracturing, environmentalists plan on ramping up the fight against the state's oil and gas industry.
US Attorney Preet Bharara says Mayor Bill de Blasio is taking too long to reform the notoriously horrific collection of jails.
The die-in is the signature move of protesters since the cop who put Eric Garner in a choke hold wasn't indicted last week, and the ones who know all about life and death are getting in on the action.
New York remains the epicenter of the "Black Lives Matter" movement, but will it amount to anything?
The International Security Conference and Exposition is a rare window into the world of physical surveillance that usually remains hidden in secret command and control centers.
The gang was so powerful in a Baltimore city jail that its leader was having the guards deliver crab imperial and Grey Goose right to his cell, according to court documents.
It's fine for conservatives to use Garner's tragic death to decry the "nanny state," but they also shouldn't ignore the racial disparities that run through the US justice system.
When we saw a sign at a Nick Jonas concert advertising a Carter appearance at the Gramercy Theatre, we knew we had to send one of our favorite photographers to hang out with our boy AC backstage.
Here's a sampling of how cops in online police forums are responding to the latest non-indictment of a killer officer.
Police don't need to be outfitted and trained in surveillance—they know the power of images, and how powerfully they are networked.
Hundreds were arrested but the protests remained mostly peaceful even as the tone veered from "Hands up, don't shoot!" to "Hands up, shoot back!" by night's end.
The police in Sunrise, Florida, are notorious for luring criminals into their jurisdiction to nab their assets, and it looks like NYPD cop Phil LeRoy is their latest victim.
People flooded the streets in response to the Staten Island grand jury's decision not to indict the cop who placed Garner in the choke hold the led to his death last July.
Logistically, the DNC in Brooklyn would be an absolute shitshow. But politically, it might be a masterstroke for Mayor Bill de Blasio.
When I arrived on the Street in 1994, insider trading was as commonplace as jaywalking. There were things that might have seemed a bit questionable to an outsider, but they qualified as part of the game.
Little more than a week after a grand jury declined to indict Darren Wilson, another controversial white cop involved in a violent death got off.
The NYPD did some recon in Missouri last week ahead of its own grand jury decision on police violence, expected any day now.
When faced with park crime, the city not only neglects to report it to the public but often takes inefficient measures to curb it.
"We're just sitting in the middle of space—the middle of the universe. Really, we're all extraterrestrials."
The way to improve public perception of the police is to improve the police. Nothing else—certainly not shaming football players for protesting—will make much of a difference.
Catch a new show by Danish photographer Fryd Frydendahl at the Camera Club of New York's brand new downtown gallery.