"Trump 2020. Put it on Facebook, put it on YouTube...tough guy," an NYPD officer dared a pedestrian who recorded the incident in Brooklyn.
The New York City Police Department unsuccessfully tried to disperse a large crowd of Orthodox Jews gathered for a street party celebrating the religious holiday Sukkot while failing to observe social distancing and largely refusing to wear masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A large blood stain appeared on a white sheet where the victim seemed to have suffered a head wound, although it is unclear whether the man hit his head or it was injured in another way.
"Get out of here! Go back to Africa, [n-word]," the woman yelled. Unbeknownst to her and the jogger, someone recorded the incident on video.
The program's goal with their upcoming Zoomcasts is to open up even more conversation amid the cultural conversations of racial inequality and reforming the police.
In its preliminary report, the NYPD listed 22 shooting incidents, 28 victims and five homicides. Chicago police reported 51 people shot and 10 fatalities.
Police are investigating after the body of a transgender woman was found on the rooftop of a building in Brooklyn, New York City.
A car that struck protesters on Thursday night was filled with counter-protesters who "missed the turn" when being escorted by police, an NYPD spokesperson told Gothamist.
"We're being specifically targeted with this technology because of what we're protesting," Derrick Ingram said.
The president was speaking at a mini-rally with members of the New York City Police Benevolent Association.
Crime statistics show that homicides are up in big cities, including New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, as well as smaller cities like Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The New York Police Department reported 777 shootings in 2020 through August 1, totaling more victims and incidents than 2019 in its entirety.
"To not protect our rights is to give them away," said New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
A clip of the protester being arrested has been viewed more than six million times online.
The NYPD said she was wanted for damaging police cameras, but some on Twitter took issue with the way the police framed the situation.
"We are ... providing an unprecedented picture of civilians' complaints of abuse by NYPD officers as well as the limits of the current system that is supposed to hold officers accountable," a website editor wrote.
The city is continuing to see a significant increase of gun violence incidents compared to 2019.
Among the wounded officers was NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan, who suffered an injury to his hand.
"It is a troubling trend that we are closely monitoring," an NYPD spokesperson said.
NYPD told Newsweek it is aware of the video and it is under review.
"The vehicle fled the location but was stopped a short distance away," according to New York City's police.
Republicans must embrace law and order and paint a stark contrast with the Democrats.
New York City lawmakers have approved a 2021 budget that will see $1 billion slashed from NYPD funding.
Protesters in lower Manhattan's "City Hall Autonomous Zone" had set up a "No Pig Zone" as part of their calls for the city to defund or abolish the NYPD.
The latest budget cuts around $1 billion from the NYPD budget, following calls to "defund the police" during widespread protests.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called the proposed $1 billion cut to the NYPD budget "a disingenuous illusion."
This budget prioritization has never reflected our city's needs: The Department for the Aging receives less than one half of 1 percent of the city's budget, despite serving almost 20 percent of New York's population.