As investigators work to determine exactly what happened, the I-Team has been digging into what could have gone wrong. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
Two former allies of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seeking to have their convictions in the George Washington Bridge Lane-closing scandal reversed are citing a ruling last month in a Massachusetts corruption case. Read More
Indicted Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto has announced his resignation. Read More
Several police officers with the Jersey City Police Department are under federal criminal investigation in connection with an alleged private security and no-show job scandal. Sources familiar with the investigation said... Read More
Tis the season for crime. Many homes are targeted this time of year and some homeowners may not even know they’re giving crooks the green light to break-in. Chris Glorioso reports.
State leaders in New York are calling for drastic action to keep drinking water safe in response to what they call a “water quality crisis," especially in Newburgh and surrounding cities. Read More
The killing of a young black man by a white gang sparked days of protest and conflict that still resonate to this day. Sarah Wallace reports.
A group of utility workers contracted by Con Edison and National Grid "likely" cheated on their certification exams in order to qualify for their jobs, calling into question the quality of work on some gas mains and pipes across... Read More
The New York State Department of Health is scrambling to explain how ads for its anti-smoking campaign appeared on a website that sells guns, Ku Klux Klan robes and Nazi paraphernalia. Read More
GunBroker.com, one of America’s biggest marketplaces for guns, is also a hub for selling Ku Klux Klan and Nazi merchandise. Read More