The fight over stop-and-frisk in New York City is going national, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sparring at Monday's debate over the police tactic found to violate constitutional rights the way the NYPD was carrying it out. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the following report.
After the presidential debate ended, a new wave of work got underway for the campaigns inside the giant press room, where aides and supporters came to spin the media. And in what might be a first, Donald Trump joined in. Grace Rauh filed the following report.
There is little the public knows about the conversations Mayor Bill de Blasio has with his so-called "agents of the city," so NY1 filed a request to view some of those e-mails. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the following report. Mayor Bill de Blasio likes to share news stories with his so-called "agents of the city."
Joe Percoco was much more than merely a top aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo. He was the governor's most feared and reliable enforcer in Albany, and so close to the Cuomo family that he was considered an honorary member. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the following report. He was a trusted adviser and friend.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is making a push to get fast-food workers more predictable work schedules. The effort will require City Council legislation and will give the mayor a chance to wrap his arms around an issue that may help him rally his base.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton released medical information about themselves on Wednesday - although so far, Clinton's is far more comprehensive than her Republican opponent's. And Trump also used a novel setting to unveil his bill of health. Our Grace Rauh reports.
Marisol Alcantara won the Democratic primary for Adriano Espaillat's State Senate seat in northern Manhattan with the support of Espaillat himself. However, her victory may not be celebrated by all of her future Democratic colleagues around the state. Our Grace Rauh explains.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says he is prepared to go to court to keep emails between himself and his so-called "agents of the city" out of the public eye. NY1 and the New York Post are suing for the release of the correspondence.
City investigators say the NYPD failed to comply with its own rules when it comes to investigating terrorism cases, nearly all of which targeted Muslims or people involved in activities associated with Islam. But the police department is actually celebrating the findings, arguing that the overall message is that the department is doing its job properly and without ulterior motives.
Donald Trump made a direct appeal to African-American voters in a law and order speech delivered in West Bend, Wisconsin Tuesday night. And he came down clearly on the side of law enforcement in the wake of riots in nearby Milwaukee. Our Grace Rauh has the story.
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