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Years Before an NYPD Union Leader Was Raided by the FBI, City Didn’t Pursue Allegations Against Him

Municipal agencies were aware of misconduct claims against Sgt. Ed Mullins, the powerful leader of the Sergeant’s Benevolent Association, but did not investigate. His home and union headquarters were raided by federal agents in October.

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NYPD Officers on a Secret Watchlist Jeopardize Prosecutions

After prosecutors flagged hundreds of cops caught fixing tickets for friends and family a decade ago, the officers’ work was supposed to get an extra level of scrutiny. Some cases fell apart anyway.

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NYPD Union Contract Puts Taxpayers on the Hook to Defend Officers When the City Won’t

A little-known labor contract provision obligates New Yorkers to help pay officers’ legal bills in lawsuits that city lawyers decline to defend.

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A Scramble for Dialysis Supplies in NYC as COVID-19 Attacks Kidneys

A shortage has forced New York doctors to lobby corporate executives for help. Up to 30% of coronavirus ICU patients also experience kidney failure.