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A marijuana grower shows plants he is growing with some friends in Montevideo, Uruguay. The government is drawing up plans to sell officially grown marijuana. Photograph: Matilde Campodonico/AP In his final state of the city address as Mayor of New
Cops Injured on the job don't have to pay for deductibles, prescription drug costs and co-pays while still on the force, but a appellate court ruled retirees will have to take up their own costs...Police officers injured on the job cannot continue to
A federal judge in New York has given the go ahead for a class action lawsuit to move forward against the city's police department over allegations that its stop-and-frisk program has continuously allowed officers to discriminate against minorities...
Officer Paul Brauer and Detective Sean Mulcahy were assigned to the same beat and connected through stories of their hero fathers, Chris Brauer and Denis Mulcahy, who busted abortion-clinic bomber Dennis Malvasi earning a medal of valor and Daily
Convicted killer Mark David Chapman wrote several chilling letters to his arresting officer The chilling contents of letters written by John Lennon's killer have been revealed, showing his deep obsession with Catcher on the Rye' and his desire to be
The actor who played Chris Partlow on HBO's "The Wire" wasn't in a Brooklyn courtroom for any of the crimes his character on the TV drama committed (murder, murder and more murder). Instead, Akinnagbe and three other men are accused of blocking a
If you are a young black or latino man in New York City, like the star singer Bruno Mars, the 4th Amendment does not really apply to you. It does in theory, and arguably it still does somewhat in part, but not really on the streets of the city.
In addition to turning America into a warzone and allowing indefinite torture and detainment for US citizens, Congress this week decided that women raped while serving their country won't be provided coverage for abortions. Published: 12 February,
Ninety percent of stops in all of the city were of black and Latino people, and many of the neighborhoods with the most stops are majority black or Hispanic. Brooklyn's 75th precinct, covering East New York and Cypress Hills, ranked first, with 31,
In a report released Friday, 533,042 people police thought had committed a crime or were about to commit one subjected to the policy in 2012. That's about 22% fewer than the nearly 686,000 stops conducted in 2011. The number of firearms recovered