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managed the federal compensation fund for Sept. 11 victims, with oversight by former New York Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly , among others. Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the New York archbishop, said he created the fund because victims
police tool until the next decade. The peak use of stop-and-frisk, under Bloomberg and his police commissioner , Raymond Kelly , was in 2011. That year, police made around 685,000 stops and there were 515 murders and 106,000
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Ex-Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette is about to release "No Easy Day," a first hand account of the raid of Osama Bin Laden and could be facing prosecution because of this release. The account he reveals in the book is quite different from the account the Obama administration is reporting. Who do you believe in this account and should he be facing prosecution over this book?
A 24 year man walked into a midnight showing of Batman:Dark Knight Rises and opened fire on the movie-goers and killed 12 and wounded over 70 others. Were you shocked by this incident?
As 50 carefully selected families prepare to join President Barack Obama for a ceremony at the World Trade Center site Thursday, one of the invited 9/11 families have decided to pass on the commander-in-chief's visit. Although many consider it to be a once in a lifetime invitation, the Vigiano family of Deer Park, Long Island, have respectfully declined. "If this form letter was the invitation, it was kinda lame," John Vigiano told when describing the email invitation sent to him from the White House ... What rubbed the Vigiano's the wrong way was not what the email said, but how it was addressed. Should the White House Addressed the letters to the families personally rather than just 9-11 families?
New York Daily News Washington Bureau Chief Tom DeFrank joined Michele to talk about why former President George W. Bush didn't join President Obama today when he layed a wreath at the site of the Twin Towers. Should have Bush attended with Obama?
Today was the 35th year of the Great American Smokeout. It started when a man in Massachusetts got his community members to quit smoking for a day and instead donate the money they would have spent on cigarettes to a high school scholarship fund. Howie was joined by the guys from 2Guys Cigars who lamented with the callers about the pleasure police.