One of two men convicted of fatally shooting an NYPD Officer 27 years ago following a robbery in The Bronx will leave prison next month, while the other was granted a new parole hearing, with both decisions condemned by the Officer’s family and his union. 

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A Queens grand jury has declined to indict a recently retired NYPD Officer in connection with his alleged use of a chokehold while he was arre…

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President Biden's speech Sept. 9 in which he outlined steps to require two-thirds of the nation's workforce to be vaccinated against the coron…

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The department trial of Sergeants Benevolent Association president Ed Mullins was postponed indefinitely after it began Sept. 8 when one of hi…

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The unions representing Emergency Medical Technicians and officers by a vote of 2,970 to 45 approved the 49-month contract reached by their le…