Lawmakers in the New York State Senate almost never vote on controversial bills, according to an analysis of thousands of bills brought to committee votes in 2017. Read More
A Staten Island doctor and two others are charged with illegally distributing millions of oxycodone pills since 2012 having a street value in the millions of dollars, authorities say. Read More
Current and former juvenile counselors at a New York City juvenile detention center say it is out of control. They call it a "mini-Rikers," referring to the notorious lock-up for inmates accused of adult crimes. Read More
Three former high-ranking officials with New York City’s Department of Correction filed federal employment complaints on Wednesday, alleging racial discrimination. Read More
One of the nation's busiest auction sites for firearms has also played host to hundreds of ads for Nazi memorabilia and Holocaust artifacts, the I-Team has learned. Read More
Paterson Mayor Jose "Joey" Torres canceled a planned legal defense fundraiser set for Sunday where a $13,500 watch was set to be a raffle prize. Read More
A popular event at the Brookhaven Fair that features races between capuchin monkeys dressed as horse jockeys tethered to dogs with Velcro is drawing sharp criticism from animal welfare experts who call the event "cruel and abusive"... Read More
Lawmakers react to the gun attack at Virginia baseball attack. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
James Hodgkinson shot the Louisiana congressman in Virginia Wednesday. Jonathan Dienst reports.
A Utica, New York, man faces federal wire fraud charges in connection with a scheme to trick elderly people across the U.S. into sending him thousands of dollars in “bail” money after falsely claiming their relatives had been... Read More