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NYPD Officer Moira Smith’s Heroic Sacrifice on 9/11

Often, in the face of tragedy and chaos, humanity shows its true colors. And, yes, we’re often made to realize that people are capable of truly terrible things, but we also witness acts of altruism that restore our hope in humankind. 577 more words

9/11

European Attacks Show the Difficulty in Tracking Soaring Terror Suspect Numbers

IPT News, by Patrick Dunleavy, September 18, 2017:

Three separate radical Islamic terror attacks took place Friday in Europe. The most serious was caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) placed on a London underground train in the Parsons Green station which injured more than 30 people. 898 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Success Or Failure Begins With Leadership

As soon as I saw the headline in the WSJ, I immediately thought of the  “Broken Windows Philosophy” made “famous” by Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor of New York City.   146 more words

Politics

NYPD Stepping Up Patrols In Wake Of London Subway Explosion

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The NYPD is stepping up patrols in the wake of a terrorist incident at a subway station in London.

An improvised explosive device blew up at the Parsons Green station, injuring 22 people during Friday morning’s rush hour. 806 more words

News

Upper East Side Streets Briefly Shut Down Following Report Of Suspicious Package

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Several Upper East Side streets were briefly shut down Thursday night, while police investigated a report of a suspicious package.

Due to a suspicious package E 59-E 62 St, Park Ave-3 Ave is closed, please avoid area until further notice…

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News

NYPD replacing 36,000 Windows Phones with iPhones

The NYPD plans to dump all 36,000 of its Windows Phones and replace them with iPhone’s. Officials plan to begin replacing them all with brand-new iPhones by the end of the year, sources said. 338 more words

Bodega Stories

There’s a rush of righteous verdicts around an absolutely horrendous idea, concocted by 2 Google-twits, to replace real neighborhood bodegas around the country with automated kiosks filled with limited and generic items.   1,362 more words

Memoir