Police union officials have blamed de Blasio for fostering anti-police sentiment for his support of protesters.
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“Obama always goes reckless in words and deeds like a monkey in a tropical forest,”
For farmers, food hubs provide distribution, marketing and, in some cases, processing and storage.
19-year-old Joshua Williams was being held Saturday on $30,000 bond.
His presidency is still driven by high ambitions but his power to achieve them is running out.
Diplomats say privately that Washington hopes to boost staffing in Havana, currently at about 50 Americans.
Other conservative states also are exploring alternatives to lethal injection.
Outside the church, thousands of police officers watched the funeral service on giant screens.
19-year-old Brett Smith of the Bronx has been charged with second-degree murder.
The officers were killed Dec. 20 while sitting in their patrol car on a Brooklyn street.
The incident occurred at the Hollywood & Highland Center, which hosts the Academy Awards.
On a personal level, about a third think 2014 was better than 2013, while 15 percent say 2014 was worse.
Earthquake and tsunami killed some 230,000 people.
Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox sites experience “disruptions.”
Transit officers help mother deliver baby on train.
NBC’s Mark Barger takes a look back at notables lives lost in 2014.
A woman is planning to defy the Roman Catholic Church and become a priest – the first to do so in Kansas City, Missouri.