Legislation that was supposed to guarantee insurance coverage for expensive autism treatments for hundreds, and possibly thousands, of autistic children is failing families because of an 11th-hour amendment added in Albany,... Read More
Hundreds of people who work at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are frustrated that the National Park Service still has no firm date for reopening the landmarks to tourists since their closure from Hurricane Sandy. Now, nearl... Read More
A man who has spent more than two decades behind bars for the murder of a Brooklyn rabbi was apparently wrongfully convicted. Jonathan Dienst reports.
Some of the New York doctors who write the most Medicaid prescriptions are also collecting thousands of dollars from pharmaceutical companies – including the manufacturers of some of the drugs they prescribe. Read More
Just days after a young family was hit and killed in Brooklyn by a car that police say was going twice the speed limit, the I-Team's Chris Glorioso found many cars going almost as fast on the same road -- and police have done little to enforce the limit.
Taxpayers in New Jersey are paying dozens of school superintendents twice – a paycheck and a pension – and it’s allowed, the I-Team has learned. Read More
Some of the biggest names in music, from the Rolling Stones and The Who to Roger Waters and Paul McCartney, came together for the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief to raise millions of dollars. The money went to its organizer, the... Read More
An FBI informant who has helped catch some of the world's most dangerous terrorists is coming out of hiding to warn that a terrorist sheik in prison remains a significant threat to the U.S. Read More
Nearly a dozen homeowners in the Bronx and Westchester County say they unwittingly signed bad contracts after they hired an independent adjuster to negotiate their insurance settlement. Read More
New Jersey's Treasury Department has written off tens of millions of dollars in debts from companies and individuals that owe the state money, and is refusing to provide records of the disappearing debts to the public. Read More
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Tens of thousands of commuters are bracing for a difficult trip around southwest Connecticut and to New York City beginning Monday as workers repair the Metro-North commuter rail line crippled by a derailment and crash.
A 14-year-old girl riding a city bus in Queens Saturday on her way home from a sweet 16 party was shot in the head and killed by a stray bullet from gunfire on the street, police said.
Students at Hofstra University wore white ribbons during their graduation ceremony Sunday to honor a fellow student who was accidentally killed by a police officer confronting an armed intruder.
A 33-year-old Manhattan man who allegedly made anti-gay remarks to a 32-year-old man he's accused of fatally shooting in Greenwich Village overnight has been charged with murder as a hate crime, police said
A 21-year-old Fairfield University student from Massachusetts has died after a car crash a day before he was to graduate.
Hitting a pothole usually means nothing more than an uncomfortable ride, but when a pothole causes real damage to your vehicle, New Jersey and New York have systems in place to pay for the repairs.