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Parents Want Study Abroad Transparency After Sons' Deaths

Parents Want Study Abroad Transparency After Sons' Deaths

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Two families whose sons died while studying abroad have filed wrongful death lawsuits against the universities running the programs, and they're working with a U.S. congressman on a bill to require more transparency for... Read More

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Sep 18, 2014 Share
Federal GWB Probe Finds No Christie Link Thus Far: Sources

Federal GWB Probe Finds No Christie Link Thus Far: Sources

The U.S. Justice Department investigation into Gov. Chris Christie’s role in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal has thus far uncovered no evidence indicating that he either knew in advance or directed the closure of... Read More

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Sep 11, 2014 Share
Officials Defend Teacher Who Allegedly Had Sex with Student

Officials Defend Teacher Who Allegedly Had Sex with Student

An outraged mother is blasting Perth Amboy High School in New Jersey after two vice principals authored letters in support of a substitute teacher who allegedly had sex with a teenage student. Read More

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Sep 16, 2014 Share
Two NJ Docs Plead Guilty To Taking Bribes

Two NJ Docs Plead Guilty To Taking Bribes

Two New Jersey doctors pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking monthly payoffs from a lab in exchange for ordering unnecessary tests on their patients. Read More

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Sep 9, 2014 Share
Obama Rejected From Top NY Golf Courses: Sources

Obama Rejected From Top NY Golf Courses: Sources

President Obama was turned down at several top golf courses in Westchester while he was visiting the area over Labor Day weekend, sources tell NBC 4 New York. Read More

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Sep 8, 2014 Share
Map: College Sex Assault Complaints

Map: College Sex Assault Complaints

This fall, students at dozens of universities are returning to campuses that are under federal investigation for the way they handle sex offense complaints. Among them are some of the most prestigious Ivy League schools. Read More

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Aug 29, 2014 Share
I-Team: Father Faults Judge for Son's Heroin Overdose

I-Team: Father Faults Judge for Son's Heroin Overdose

A Long Island father blames the judicial system for his son's fatal heroin overdose, claiming a program that allowed his son to avoid jail time by requiring him to abstain from methadone, a synthetic opioid commonly used... Read More

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Aug 26, 2014 Share
Data Safety Tips for Cellphone Upgrades

Data Safety Tips for Cellphone Upgrades

Is your data safe when you make that upgrade to the latest smartphone? The I-Team's Pei-Sze Cheng reports.

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Aug 15, 2014 Share
3,000 Tri-State Bridges Deemed

3,000 Tri-State Bridges Deemed "Structurally Deficient"

Hundreds of bridges in the tri-state area are “structurally deficient” and need repair, an I-Team review of inspection records has found. Read More

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Aug 6, 2014 Share
NJ Hospital Charges Man Nearly $9K to Bandage Cut Finger

NJ Hospital Charges Man Nearly $9K to Bandage Cut Finger

A New Jersey hospital charged a teacher nearly $9,000 to put a bandage on his middle finger, an NBC 4 New York I-Team investigation has found. Read More

If it’s a couple hundred dollars or if it’s more, it could make a big difference to families. —Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said of billions in cash still unclaimed by residents in Sandy-ravaged neighborhoods
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    Tour Ship Runs Aground Near Statue of Liberty

    A 120-foot-tall schooner ran aground and got stuck in shallow waters near the Statue of Liberty on Saturday afternoon, officials said. No injuries were reported and the 121 tourists on board were ferried in small boats to a...

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    Ribbon Cut on Last Stretch of High Line Park

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    Toddler Struck by Teen Driver Dies

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