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Breslin celebrated for bringing 'honor' to his press pass
New York political leaders from the last 50 years have joined Jimmy Breslin's family in celebrating the life of the pugnacious journalist
Oakland Warehouse Known to Be Dangerous Prior to Fire
While officials are focusing on recovering victims new details about the warehouse and whether or not it was safe before the fire even broke out. This is such an important question and ABC's Lauren Lyster who is also in Oakland this morning is covering that angle. Lauren, good morning to you.
New York City Ramps Up Security for Election Day
New York City is typically high on any list of possible terror targets for big public holidays and national events, but this year's election brings an added need for security as the two top presidential candidates will have their election night parties blocks away from one another. This is the
Latest Details on NYC, NJ Bombings Investigation
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the police work that led to the takedown of Ahmad Khan Rahami.
Investigators Search for Clues in NYC, New Jersey and Minnesota Attacks
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the investigation into the closely-timed attacks and any possible connections.
New York Beefs Up Police Presence Due to Bombing, UN General Assembly Meeting
New York City police are investigating the bombing Saturday night that injured 29 people just as the city is also preparing to host world leaders at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly this week. Mayor Bill de Blasio promised that in light of the bombing in the city's Chelsea
Bill Bratton Retires After 2nd Stint as NYPD Commissioner
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton retired today, leaving One Police Plaza in a ceremonial walk-out that marked the end of his second time serving as the leader of the nation's largest police force. Bratton, 68, was greeted by a crowd of applauding uniformed officers as he left the
Many Americans Are Wondering about the State of Security on the Anniversary of 9/11
This fifteenth anniversary of 9/11 and many of us are wondering about the state. Our nation's security what is now ABC news contributor Ray Kelly was former commissioner of NYPD good morning sir thank morning then. Sid the chairman and vice chairman of the 9/11 commission wrote an op Ed. And which
A New York Cop Remembers 9/11, Worries About Another Attack
Nicholas Casale is a retired New York City police detective, former deputy director of counterterrorism for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and an ABC News contributor. This week I returned to Ground Zero for the 15th Anniversary of 9/11. Standing on the promenade I got the sense that
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton to Retire in September, Chief James O'Neill to Take Over
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will retire in September to "pursue other opportunities," he said today, after what Mayor Bill de Blasio called Bratton's "extraordinary" contributions to the largest police force in the nation. Bratton did not elaborate on his plans at today's news