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Jun 2, 2014 Share
Ex-DA Used Money From Criminals: DOI

Ex-DA Used Money From Criminals: DOI

Former longtime Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes is accused of misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars seized from criminal suspects to pay for a political consultant, according to a report by the city’s Department... Read More

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Jun 3, 2014 Share
I-Team: Generics Not Always the Same as Brand Name Drugs

I-Team: Generics Not Always the Same as Brand Name Drugs

While many patients believe that generic drugs are exact copies of their brand name brothers, the body often absorbs generic medication at a different rate, and federal regulators do not routinely disclose the slight... Read More

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Jun 2, 2014 Share
I-Team: Dangers of Generic Drugs

I-Team: Dangers of Generic Drugs

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.

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May 29, 2014 Share
Pharmacist Admits He Was Trying to Make Deadly Ricin

Pharmacist Admits He Was Trying to Make Deadly Ricin

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

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May 21, 2014 Share
NYC Building Turns Away Black Tenants, Lawsuit Charges

NYC Building Turns Away Black Tenants, Lawsuit Charges

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

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May 20, 2014 Share
Some Doctors Always Charge Medicare for Priciest Visit

Some Doctors Always Charge Medicare for Priciest Visit

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

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May 20, 2014 Share
New Technology Could Let Thieves Copy Keys

New Technology Could Let Thieves Copy Keys

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

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May 12, 2014 Share
Crime Up at Port Authority Bus Terminal

Crime Up at Port Authority Bus Terminal

One commuter told us it's starting to feel like the "bad old days" 30 years ago. Tom Llamas has an I-Team exclusive.

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May 7, 2014 Share
I-Team: After NY Gun Control Law, Critics Say Little Has Changed for Assault Rifles

I-Team: After NY Gun Control Law, Critics Say Little Has Changed for Assault Rifles

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

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May 7, 2014 Share
I-Team: Horrid Conditions at Manhattan Hotel

I-Team: Horrid Conditions at Manhattan Hotel

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.

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