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  • Mourners to pay respects to 2nd slain NYPD officer

    Mourners to pay respects to 2nd slain NYPD officer
    Mourners of a New York Police Department officer killed with his partner in an ambush shooting plan to gather at a funeral home on Saturday for his wake. Officer Wenjian Liu will be remembered at the Aievoli Funeral Home in the Bensonhurst section of...
  • Officers salute as mayor and police commissioner arrive at wake of NYPD cop slain in ambush

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio (dih BLAH'-zee-oh) and Police Commissioner William Bratton have been saluted as they entered a funeral home for an officer's wake. The action by officers Saturday at the wake of Wenjian Liu (WEHN'-jihn loo) was in contrast...
  • Jan. 4 Letters: Peninsula violence

    Your Dec. 28 editorial, "Renewed determination," about violence on the Peninsula, seems to have most of the ingredients to attack this scourge. New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton's comments on CBS' Face the Nation add more. About current...
  • NYPD's De Blasio anger appears absent at Wenjian Liu wake

    Police, firefighters, political leaders and regular New Yorkers stood in long lines in icy rain Saturday and will gather again Sunday to pay tribute to Officer Wenjian Liu, one of two policemen gunned down in an attack that widened a rift between police...
  • Gov. Cuomo attends wake for NYPD officer, says late father would have wanted him to be there

    Hundreds of police officers from across the country streamed into the wake of a slain New York City officer on Saturday, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said his late father would have wanted him there after "really pointless" killings. The uniformed police...
  • Mayor eulogizes officer as thousands of cops outside funeral turn backs in show of disrespect

    Thousands of police turned their backs Sunday as Mayor Bill de Blasio eulogized an officer shot dead with his partner, repeating a stinging display of scorn for the mayor despite entreaties to put anger aside. The show of disrespect came outside the...
  • Police from around US mourn with family of slain officer; thousands turn their backs on mayor

    Thousands of police turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio at the second funeral for an officer gunned down in his squad car, repeating a stinging display of scorn for a mayor who many officers say is anti-police. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio...
  • Eric Garner's Death Shows Policing Must Change

    Eric Garner's Death Shows Policing Must Change
    Policing in this country has to change. It has to become less tactical and confrontational. It has to focus more on the well-being of community residents, on relationships in the neighborhoods. Officers must get to know the people they are working for and...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk Shows

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 7 - 13, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------  SERIES Atlantis As wedding plans progress, Ariadne...
  • NBA stars join protest over police violence, hundreds march in California

    NBA stars join protest over police violence, hundreds march in California
    More NBA players joined ongoing nationwide protests against police violence on Tuesday night, as dozens of demonstrators again briefly blocked a California freeway. Renewed protests erupted last week after a grand jury decided not to charge a white...
  • Hot Property at 30: A look back

    Hot Property at 30: A look back
    Hot Property was just a kernel of an idea when Ruth Ryon proposed it in 1984 to Dick Turpin, then-editor of The Times' Real Estate section. The reporter thought there could be a column in the short stories she had started writing on notable people and...