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The Daily Dot announced Friday that it is suing the New York Police Department (NYPD) for President Donald Trump's concealed carry application as a matter... [Read More]
The New York Police Department is asking a pair of former top federal prosecutors and the special master in the Michael Cohen case to review... [Read More]
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The New York Police Department says an oblivious driver with a large branch stuck to his truck wrecked multiple cars, leaving behind a five-block long... [Read More]
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A little girl's act of kindness has stolen the hearts from a New York police department. [Read More]
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The New York Police Department will issue criminal summonses to most people caught smoking marijuana in public instead of arresting them starting Sept. 1. [Read More]
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Most New Yorkers who are found smoking marijuana in public after September 1 will no longer be subject to arrest, the New York Police Department... [Read More]
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Most New Yorkers who are found smoking marijuana in public after September 1 will no longer be subject to arrest, the New York Police Department... [Read More]
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The New York Police Department will issue criminal summonses to most people caught smoking marijuana in public instead of arresting them starting Sept. 1. Officers... [Read More]
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The New York Police Department will issue criminal summonses to most people caught smoking marijuana in public instead of arresting them starting Sept. 1. [Read More]
The New York Police Department says someone threatened to blow up a video game store over the removal of kiosks for a popular game. The... [Read More]
New York Police Department Deputy Inspector Brandon del Pozo greets people attending Monday night's City Council meeting after being appointed as the city's new police... [Read More]
Graduation season is going to the dogs. Twelve counterterrorism dogs and their human partners have graduated from the New York Police Department's academy. The dogs... [Read More]
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