A former United States Air Force mechanic from Neptune, New Jersey, who recently lost his job was arrested by the FBI after he allegedly tried to travel overseas to join ISIS, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. Read More
A federal lawmaker is exploring ways to fix loopholes in immigration laws after the I-Team uncovered evidence of an organized scheme to exploit the Queens Family Court for a fast track to green cards. Read More
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are responding to an I-Team investigation which exposed an exploitation of a little known immigration law. Queens Family Court is recently slammed with cases of undocumented young men from the same part of India who some judges fear are illegally having themselves smuggled across the U.S. border knowing they can just head to family court and tell a story of abuse to get a shortcut to a green card. Now members of Congress tell NBC 4 New York that something needs to be done. I-Team Government Affairs reporter Melissa Russo has the story.
The I-Team has discovered several websites selling authentic-looking doctor notes that promise to get employees and students out of work or class because of make-believe illnesses. Read More
Hundreds of New York schools are paying more for classroom electronics and furniture than civilian shoppers would pay if they simply bought the identical items online, the I-Team has found. Read More
Criminal charges against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, could come later this month as a federal grand jury continues to hear evidence in the case, sources familiar with the investigation tell NBC 4 New York. Read More
The New York State Court System is calling on the federal government to close a loophole uncovered by an eight-month I-Team investigation. News 4 Government Affairs Reporter Melissa Russo reports.
A federal law intended to protect abused child victims of sex trafficking is being exploited as a shortcut to legal immigration status, Queens Family Court insiders charge. Read More
A fourth man is being questioned in connection with the federal investigation into three Brooklyn men who allegedly plotted to travel to Syria to join ISIS and carry out domestic attacks if they failed, law enforcement sources tell... Read More
A New Jersey Watchdog reporter is suing Gov. Chris Christie for expense records of nearly $800,000 charged to American Express credit cards for the travel costs of the governor’s state police security detail. Read More
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The NYPD says its Internal Affairs Bureau is investigating a video that appears to show a police officer verbally abusing an Uber driver in an at-times xenophobic roadside tirade in the West Village Monday.
The daughters of the woman killed after she stopped her SUV in front of an oncoming Metro-North train, sparking a deadly explosion that killed five others, spoke publicy for the first time on the "Today" show Tuesday, remembering...
New York City's "Boulevard of Death" is getting a makeover. A $100 million project to redesign Queens Boulevard was announced Tuesday by the New York City Department of Transportation.
Gov. Cuomo has banned all non-essential, state-funded travel to Indiana after that state adopted a religious freedom law that critics say opens the door to discrimination against gay and lesbian people.
Police have captured the man who escaped custody at Inova Fairfax Hospital following a nine-hour manhunt. Wossen Assaye was found on Pennsylvania Avenue SE in Washington, D.C., following a massive massive search, a high-ranking...
Heavily armed police officers were spotted on the roof of an elementary school in New Jersey Monday after a report -- apparently a hoax -- came in about an armed intruder at the building, authorities say.