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More Women Claim They Were Molested by NYC Corrections Officers During Jail Visits

More Women Claim They Were Molested by NYC Corrections Officers During Jail Visits

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A dozen women have claimed they were sexually molested by female correction officers during visits to New York City jails after a woman's tearful interview with the I-Team being strip searched at Rikers Island. Read More

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Feb 2, 2016 Share
I-Team: Tenants Worry About Condos Built Above Their Building

I-Team: Tenants Worry About Condos Built Above Their Building

A group of Upper West Side tenants is crying foul after a building inspector found false statements on permit applications to build luxury condominiums directly above a rent-stabilized building. Read More

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Feb 2, 2016 Share
Ex-Suffolk Police Chief Mulls Plea Deal in Alleged Beating

Ex-Suffolk Police Chief Mulls Plea Deal in Alleged Beating

Federal prosecutors have offered a plea deal to a former suburban New York police chief charged with beating a suspect and then coercing officers to lie about it. Read More

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Jan 28, 2016 Share
Homeless Students Get Bus Service After I-Team Report

Homeless Students Get Bus Service After I-Team Report

Hundreds of new school buses are on the way to homeless children after an I-Team report last month exposed some students in shelters traveling more than four hours a day on subways just to get to and from school. Read More

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Jan 26, 2016 Share
Medicare Denies Post-Hospital Care Costs for Patients 'Under Observation'

Medicare Denies Post-Hospital Care Costs for Patients 'Under Observation'

A Connecticut man was charged with a $7,700 bill for the weeks he spent in a rehabilitation center unknowingly “under observation,” a patient status that is not covered by Medicare. Read More

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Jan 21, 2016 Share
Repair Orders Closed, but Broken Lights Persist in Parks

Repair Orders Closed, but Broken Lights Persist in Parks

For years now, Heide Estes has avoided walking her dog, Dojo, near the amphitheater in East River Park. It is common knowledge, she says, several lights near the bandshell have been burned out or broken. Read More

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Jan 19, 2016 Share
After 5 Years on Rikers Island and No Trial, Bronx Man Sues CIty

After 5 Years on Rikers Island and No Trial, Bronx Man Sues CIty

Kenneth Creighton spent five years on Rikers Island awaiting a trial that never happened and now he’s suing the city for compensation for those lost years. Read More

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Jan 14, 2016 Share
School Accused of Neglect, Cover-Up in Attack on Black Student

School Accused of Neglect, Cover-Up in Attack on Black Student

The family of a 16-year-old black high school student on Long Island claims in explosive court papers filed in federal court in Nassau County that school officials failed to prevent a brutal, allegedly racially motivated attack by... Read More

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Jan 12, 2016 Share
Taxpayers Paid for No-Show Workers at WTC, Whistleblower Claims

Taxpayers Paid for No-Show Workers at WTC, Whistleblower Claims

An engineer who helped rebuild the World Trade Center claims his former employers charged the Port Authority for what could be millions of dollars in unnecessary labor hours. Read More

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Maryland Man Pleads Not Guilty to Terror Charges in NY

Maryland Man Pleads Not Guilty to Terror Charges in NY

A Maryland man arrested on charges he fought on behalf of an al-Qaida-affiliated terror group in Somalia pleaded not guilty Wednesday and his lawyer said he will fight the charges. Read More

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