Generic drugs are often different from their brand-name brothers and the I-Team found patients and doctors complaining of medical complications. Chris Glorioso reports.
A New Jersey pharmacist arrested by the FBI last year on apparent drug-related charges admitted Thursday he was actually trying to produce ricin and had been stockpiling guns and body armor. Read More
A Bronx landlord is accused of discriminating against prospective black tenants, telling them there are no vacancies available moments after telling white applicants that the building has open apartments, according to a... Read More
A joint investigation by ProPublica and the I-Team found hundreds of New York and New Jersey doctors who have billed Medicare exclusively for the most expensive type of office visit – even though most of their peers rarely... Read More
Using a simple camera or camera phone, it is now possible to snap a photo of almost any key ring and use the image to make a physical copy of a key. Read More
One commuter told us it's starting to feel like the "bad old days" 30 years ago. Tom Llamas has an I-Team exclusive.
A month after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, New York passed a set of gun control laws that proponents touted as the toughest in the nation. Read More
The I-Team's Jonathan Vigliotti goes into a hotel that houses a hundred rooms per floor and costs $10 a month as the city gets ready to tackle affordable housing.
Imagine returning home from work to find your car stolen right out of your driveway. Before you have a chance to call police and make a report, the cars have already been sold to a junk yard and scrapped. Read More
After the I-Team revealed last week that utility companies are refusing to disclose lists of leak locations, a New York assemblywoman is drafting legislation that would force companies like Consolidated Edison and National Grid to... Read More
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A person was shot during a robbery at a train station in New Jersey Friday morning, police say.
Police are looking for three robbers they say pinned a clerk to the ground at a Brooklyn store Wednesday evening and then stole a safe containing $30,000.
The owner of a pit bull who survived a 25-foot plunge from a moving car on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway has stepped forward and may soon be reunited with the dog, according to veterinary office caring for the wounded pooch.
A former New York Yankees outfielder has been convicted of sexually abusing a young girl.
The dog found in an abandoned Long Island house with fur so thick and matted it could barely walk has been adopted, officials say, and a $2,000 reward is being offered for information about the person who neglected the pooch.
Police in New Jersey are investigating another rash of luxury car thefts they say were entirely preventable.