Kelly says some have "short memories as to what happened here in 2001." This is the ultimate diss. When the fight is between the guy who wants to do more to avoid a terror attack and -- it doesn't matter. The guy who wants to stop terrorism always wins.
Within 24 hours after Yankee pitcher Cory Lidle died from accidentally crashing his plane into a Manhattan high-rise in 2006, the NYPD was searching for a terrorism link.
An NYPD informant spied on the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network [NAN] as the group was organizing large-scale protests of the Sean Bell case acquittals, a police document shows.
In yet another slap at the NYPD's demoralized top brass, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has abolished a top three-star chief's job, giving it instead to an obscure civilian.
After admitting to his involvement in the screening of the paranoid anti-Muslim film The Third Jihad as a counter-terrorism training tool for at least...
Ray Kelly's "policing 101 refresher" memo underscores the giant hole in the supposed NYPD successes in lowering crime over the past decade. It indicates that for the past eight years Kelly has refused to tackle a widespread problem.
Rupert Murdoch may have called Gov. Cuomo "chicken" for refusing to take on the city's teacher's union. But judging from his latest State of the City address, Mayor Bloomberg sounds like the real chicken for refusing to take on Ray Kelly.
Because Kelly commands the police department of 9/11-scarred NYC, the country's highest government and law enforcement officials seem afraid to level with the public about Kelly and his terrorism policies.
As Attorney General for President George W. Bush, Michael Mukasey was an NYPD critic. Now's he's become an NYPD apologist.
Is Police Commissioner Ray Kelly deliberately trying to sabotage the Bronx district attorney's ticket-fixing case against 16 police officers?
It has taken ten years, but the New York Times has figured out that Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is no friend of the media.
On the day the city's Muslims staged their first organized protest against the NYPD's secret and pervasive spying on their communities, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly denied the obvious.
Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD acted with cowardice by trying to use the cloak of night, while people slept, as a shield from the highly questionable tactics they engaged in during their raid on Zuccotti Park.
The NYPD seems to have taken payback to a new level. The department appears to have retaliated against the brother of a deputy chief who earlier this year embarrassed a high-profile civilian deputy commissioner.
The bizarre and unexplained arrangement of the NYPD Counter-Terrorism Foundation has yet again left the public in the dark about the department's actions and its motives.
Other than Ray Kelly, what police commissioner on God's green earth could keep his job after the avalanche of police scandals in New York City last week?