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‘The Tunnel.’ Depressing, Claustrophobic and Now a Terror Target.

‘The Tunnel.’ Depressing, Claustrophobic and Now a Terror Target.

Mosaics of happy people are part of an installation created in 2008 and titled “The Revelers” by Jane Dickson. The mosaics depict people probably on their way to or from watching the ball drop on the
After Police Raid Kills Man, 69, Family Asks Why Trigger Was Pulled

After Police Raid Kills Man, 69, Family Asks Why Trigger Was Pulled

A relative prayed over the body of Mario Sanabria, a 69-year-old man who was shot and killed by the police inside his Bronx apartment earlier this month.
Police Union Is Sending Officers to Iowa to Protest de Blasio

Police Union Is Sending Officers to Iowa to Protest de Blasio

Patrick J. Lynch, the president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, is sending about a dozen New York police officers to Iowa to protest Mayor Bill de Blasio during a speech there on Tuesday.
Crime in New York City Plunges to a Level Not Seen Since the 1950s

Crime in New York City Plunges to a Level Not Seen Since the 1950s

Police recruits being sworn in at Madison Square Garden in October. Crime in New York City has declined for 27 straight years, even as police officers use less deadly force and make fewer arrests.
In Wake of Attacks, Tighter Security for Times Square on New Year’s Eve

In Wake of Attacks, Tighter Security for Times Square on New Year’s Eve

Members of the New York Police Department’s Counterterrorism Bureau in Times Square on Christmas Eve. In past years, the department deployed around 5,000 officers for New Year’s Eve. This year, police
Winter Storm Pounds Northeast With Wind, Snow and Flooding

Winter Storm Pounds Northeast With Wind, Snow and Flooding

The Lake in Central Park, where about eight inches of snow fell on Thursday.
For Brooklyn Rape Victim, a Long-Awaited Apology From Police

For Brooklyn Rape Victim, a Long-Awaited Apology From Police

In a letter sent on Friday to a woman who was raped in Prospect Park in 1994, John J. Miller, who was then the Police Department’s chief spokesman, apologized for sowing doubt about her account.
As Homeless Take Refuge in Subway, More Officers Are Sent to Help

As Homeless Take Refuge in Subway, More Officers Are Sent to Help

The E train has become a popular spot for homeless people to stay overnight, in part because it is underground the whole trip, keeping it warm.
Police Sergeant Acquitted in Killing of Mentally Ill Woman

Police Sergeant Acquitted in Killing of Mentally Ill Woman

Sgt. Hugh Barry, center, at Bronx Supreme Court on Thursday.
Two Bronx Brothers Arrested in Bomb-Making Scheme

Two Bronx Brothers Arrested in Bomb-Making Scheme

James P. O’Neill, the New York City police commissioner, announced the arrest Thursday of two Bronx men on federal bomb-making charges.
City Officials See Progress in Effort to Curb Opioid Deaths

City Officials See Progress in Effort to Curb Opioid Deaths

Robert Fagan, a former heroin addict, now works as a hospital peer outreach worker who helps addicts with everything from a ride to a detox center to assistance with paperwork for Medicaid.
The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

Hector Cordero, a store clerk, interacted with customers inside J&C Mini Market in Bushwick, Brooklyn, this week. Mr. Cordero, 59, is involved in a federal court case that claims New York Police
The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

Hector Cordero, a store clerk, interacted with customers inside J&C Mini Market in Bushwick, Brooklyn, this week. Mr. Cordero, 59, is involved in a federal court case that claims New York Police
A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case

A Murder, a Conviction and a Never-Ending Case

A court recently threw out the conviction of John Giuca. The Brooklyn district attorney has vowed to retry him.
3½ Years After Eric Garner’s Death, Family Still Waits for Closure

3½ Years After Eric Garner’s Death, Family Still Waits for Closure

“We’ve been waiting for almost four years. Waiting time is over,” Gwen Carr, 68, said of the investigations into the death of her son, Eric Garner, on Staten Island, N.Y.
New York Detective Charged with Faking Lineup Results

New York Detective Charged with Faking Lineup Results

Below, Detective Michael Foder, center, leaving court in Brooklyn on Tuesday.
In a ‘Sanctuary City,’ Immigrants Are Still at Risk

In a ‘Sanctuary City,’ Immigrants Are Still at Risk

Federal agents recently arrested an undocumented immigrant from Ivory Coast as he left Bronx Criminal Court, part of stepped-up enforcement by the Trump administration.
Women Forced to Remove Hijabs for Mug Shots Settle With New York City

Women Forced to Remove Hijabs for Mug Shots Settle With New York City

A World Hijab Day rally outside City Hall in Manhattan this month.
Doors-Off Helicopter Flights Under Scrutiny After East River Crash

Doors-Off Helicopter Flights Under Scrutiny After East River Crash

The helicopter is hoisted from the East River and put onto a barge on Monday.