Bratton and Klieman to be honored by NY Historical Society


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NEW YORK (AP) — Former police chief William J. Bratton and his wife, defense lawyer and actress-TV analyst Rikki Klieman, are being honored by the New-York Historical Society.

Bratton and Klieman are this year's winners of the History Makers Award, the society told The Associated Press on Monday. Bratton twice served as commissioner of the New York City Police Department, most recently from 2014-16. Klieman has appeared on TV series such as "Las Vegas" and "Blue Bloods," and is a legal analyst for "CBS This Morning."

On Nov. 7, Klieman will interview Bratton at the society's History Makers Gala. Previous winners of the History Makers Award include Hillary Clinton, Lin-Manuel Miranda and brothers Ken and Ric Burns.

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