Now that Newtown and the president's proposals have focused the nation's attention on the problem of how to end such senseless slaughter, attention must be paid to the Millennial Generation's ideas on how to meet this challenge.
Mayor Bloomberg and Commissioner Kelly have kept the city safe from criminals and terrorists. Now they have to fight a third front: career-minded mayoral candidates and headline-grabbing judges who are undermining the NYPD's aggressive tactics.
A new study reveals that the city's much-acclaimed crime declines over the past two decades may partially be the result of cooking the books. This merits investigation so New Yorkers can know the true crime statistics from their borough.
The Village Voice has some nasty things to report about Steven Mauriello, the NYPD commander for Bed-Stuy's 81st Precinct. Mauriello is a man under fire, but the community meeting he presided over last night was mostly sedate.