In an act of desperation, the city of New York has used the media to launch a "despicable" attack on the federal judge presiding over a landmark stop-and-frisk trial, attorneys for the plaintiffs say. Early Wednesday morning, the New York Daily News published a story describing an internal report c ... More >>
Get on the NYPD commissioner's secret list, and you're going nowhere
Murray Hill introduces the night's star attraction. The Kathleen Hannah Project The Knitting Factory Saturday, December 12 Better than: Any actual battle of the bands that I've ever attended. We are gathered here tonight at the Knitting Factory to praise Kathleen Hanna, not bury her. Though it ... More >>
Democratic candidates for city council seats in districts 1, 2, and 3, district attorney, and comptroller came to the Village Independent Democrats last night to make their cases, under strict time limits and with screened questioning, for the venerable club's endorsement. In District 1: Pete Gle ... More >>
City's top cop keeps his celebrity badge bright and shiny. By Graham Rayman Police Commissioner Ray Kelly must have New York City's crime under control, because he certainly seems to have a lot of time to hobnob with celebrities. Today's Page Six notes that Kelly appeared at a Christmas Party th ... More >>
By Sean Gardiner and Michael Clancy The three detectives charged in the shooting death of Sean Bell, gunned down outside Club Kalua in a hail of 50 NYPD bullets on the eve of his wedding, walked out of court free men this morning as Justice Arthur J. Cooperman declared them not guilty on all counts ... More >>
Tomorrow morning, Queens Supreme Court Justice Arthur Cooperman will render his verdict in the Sean Bell "50 Shots" trial. The NYPD has mobilized and will not allow any officers to have time off during the next four days in case of widespread protest regarding Cooperman's decision. The Post frames t ... More >>
Police give local artist the reaction he was angling for
The end, it would seem, is drawing near for the Hillary versus Obama storyline, and so we have both New York City tabs giving the narrative its proper last hurrah. The Post goes to its trusty Photoshop department and gussies up the candidates like a pair of high plains drifters for its cover. The ... More >>
Prosecutors' 'acting-in-concert' theory in chaotic shooting of Sean Bell misses the mark, observers say
Friends sent the gay activist out the way he'd want: with a protest
How the NYPD's blackly grim stop-and-frisk numbers got whitewashed
On Thanksgiving eve, a community mourns alone for yet another victim of a police shooting
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Why Brain Structure Makes Unintended Shootings Inevitable
NYU's Renaissance Man Contemplates the Fate of the African Expat
From Prole Rock to President Rock
Gladwell Has Critics Seeing Red
The Cultures of Newsrooms
'We Thought We Were Done With These Things, but We Were Wrong'
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In Media Merriment, Fine Line Between Humor and Hate
Green Sidesteps Bratton's Misconduct Record, Garners Supercop's Support
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An African American Reporter Comes to Terms With a Taboo Subject
Una Clarke Claims There Was Something Subliminal in Her Loss to Owens
City Clubs Ban Hip-Hop Radicals
Are Blacks Like Colin Powell Asking African Americans to Sell Out?
Taking globalization personally: Nine New Yorkers say what moved them to march on the IMF
During World War II, some 10,000 Italian immigrants in America were displaced. Another 50,000 lived under curfew. Others spent months or years in internment camps.
Al Sharpton Privately Accused Robert Johnson of... "Throwing the Diallo Case"
A new vanguard of rap activists takes to the streets
Blood, Sweat, and Fed Up Queers at the Log Cabin Republican Conference
The First Lady may not have the belly for a street fight with Rudy Giuliani. Enter Al Sharpton.
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