I-Team

  • Investigations

    Mar 30, 2015

    Max Payouts for Limbs Lost on Job Vary Drastically by State

    Max Payouts for Limbs Lost on Job Vary Drastically by State

    Workers' compensation payouts for lost limbs vary drastically from state to state, meaning some injured employees are paid a fraction of what others get for identical injuries, according to an investigation by nonprofit ProPublica...

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  • Investigations

    Mar 30, 2015

    Blast Victims Mourned as Probe Focus Shifts to Cause

    Blast Victims Mourned as Probe Focus Shifts to Cause

    As officials began to shift their focus to finding the cause of an explosion that leveled three East Village buildings last week, mourners gathered at a vigil Monday evening to celebrate the life of 23-year-old victim Nicholas...

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  • Investigations

    Mar 27, 2015

    Possible Gas-Line Tampering Eyed in Blast: Sources

    Possible Gas-Line Tampering Eyed in Blast: Sources

    Authorities are investigating whether the gas line in a basement below a sushi restaurant was rigged in a possible gas-theft scheme, causing the leak that may have set off Thursday's fiery explosion in the East Village.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 23, 2015

    Charges Against Menendez Could Come This Week: Sources

    Charges Against Menendez Could Come This Week: Sources

    Corruption-related charges against U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, could come as soon as this week, sources familiar with the investigation tell NBC 4 New York.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 20, 2015

    Homeland Security To Probe Alleged Immigration Fraud in Queens

    Homeland Security To Probe Alleged Immigration Fraud in Queens

    Two weeks after the I-Team exclusively reported on alleged scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards, the Department of Homeland Security has opened up a probe into the alleged fraud.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 20, 2015

    I-Team: Special Ed Teacher Says District Retaliated After Whistleblowing

    I-Team: Special Ed Teacher Says District Retaliated After Whistleblowing

    An award-winning special education teacher has sued her Long Island school district, saying officials there retaliated against her after she spoke up for students who were not getting the help they are promised under law.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 19, 2015

    Lawmaker Demands Action After I-Team Reveals Alleged Court Fraud

    Lawmaker Demands Action After I-Team Reveals Alleged Court Fraud

    A high-ranking federal lawmaker is demanding action from the Department of Homeland Security after the I-Team uncovered evidence of an alleged scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 18, 2015

    Lax Fingerprinting Amid Alleged Immigration Scheme

    Lax Fingerprinting Amid Alleged Immigration Scheme

    The New York state court system says it will tighten its fingerprinting procedures after the I-Team exposed what some believe is an organized scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards.

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  • Investigations

    Mar 18, 2015

    Air Force Vet From NJ Pleads Not Guilty to Trying to Join ISIS

    Air Force Vet From NJ Pleads Not Guilty to Trying to Join ISIS

    A United States Air Force veteran from Neptune, New Jersey, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to trying to join ISIS in Syria weeks after losing his job as an airplane mechanic in Kuwait.

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