Their plan to change the NYPD: work with local precincts.
The daring trio was convicted on misdemeanor charges for the September 2013 plunge.
A retired FBI profiler offers some behavioral insight.
Civil liberties proponents want records to be released.
The decision heightened ongoing tensions between police and the community and spurred extensive protests nationwide.
Racial disparities persist on drug enforcement in the city.
The United Talmudical Academy of Boro Park denies the allegations.
Report reveals New Yorkers' experiences with summonses and low-level arrests.
"Her eyeball was filling with blood," the suit claims.
During funeral, New York's mayor lauds the 25-year-old for his enthusiasm for police work and love of family.
Margaret Pagan's call to action started while she was attending college in the 1960s.
Though many obeyed the curfew, several dozen protesters held out for over an hour.
Volunteers gathered with brooms and garbage bags to help clean up after violent riots and fires spread across the city Monday.
Public Emergency Declared After Baltimore Rioters Burn Police Cars, Loot Stores Following Freddie Gray Funeral
Over a dozen police officers were injured, three major fires raged across the city, and 27 people had been arrested.
Fiesty four-leggers help found NYC culture.
Other boats, such as water taxis, are continuing to use the water ways around Liberty Island.
Authorities recently started seeing Mexican meth alongside heroin in local drug takedowns.
The case is filed in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York.
It is unclear how many protesters, if any, have been arrested.
Advocates say the cuts will deal a blow to their services.
One man has the herculean task of mining the data and figuring out the likelihood that you'll die of a dog bite, or your pajamas will burst into flames.
The FBI had investigated the women's online presence.
A new watchdog office explains its process.