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.
As polls show Hillary Clinton with a growing lead over Donald Trump, the Republican nominee began another week trying to get his White House bid back on track. He delivered a foreign policy speech in which he called for an ideological test for immigrants. Clinton, meanwhile, hit the campaign trail with Vice President Joe Biden.
As Donald Trump's business record gets ripped apart on the campaign trail, he is increasingly pointing to his work as a developer in the city as he tries to win over voters. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the following report.
Trying to reset his campaign after a particularly rough stretch, Donald Trump delivered one of the most detailed policy speeches of his campaign so far, rolling out his economic agenda. But it did little to stop dozens of prominent Republicans from going public with their disapproval of his campaign.
Police Commissioner William Bratton's imminent departure from the NYPD is reigniting a debate around a set of police reform bills with widespread support in the City Council. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the ofllowing report. Police officers will be expected to offer a business card after searching someone and in some instances, be required to ask for permission before conducting a search at all.
With Mayor de Blasio up for re-election next year, a new group is mobilizing, determined to keep him from winning a second term. NY1's Grace Rauh filed the following report. One of the most effective ad campaigns of the 2013 mayor's race was not in support of any candidate in particular.
It's largely back to business for Mayor Bill de Blasio after making the bombshell announcement Tuesday that Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is leaving after 32 months on the job. Bratton appeared with the mayor at a bill-signing ceremony Wednesday while police union members returned to protesting the mayor outside the Y in Park Slope, Brooklyn, where he works out.
William Bratton's departure comes at a difficult time politically for Mayor Bill de Blasio. He is losing an top official who protected him from critics concerned about public safety, and it raises questions about whether Bratton's decision to leave had anything to do with the investigations swirling around the mayor.
Grace Rauh spoke with New York Rep. Peter King from the floor of the Republican National Convention after the speeches concluded on Day 3, who said of Ted Cruz, "This man is the worst. What he did tonight was absolutely disgraceful."
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