The front-running candidates to replace Gov. Chris Christie say they have solutions to cure the train pain suffered by New Jersey commuters this summer. Read More
The investigation in Washington into abuse allegations involving Customs and Border Protection officers at Newark Airport is ramping up. Sarah Wallace reports.
An investigation in Washington into abuse allegations by four Customs and Border Protection officers is ramping up just as the CBP moves to confirm its new commissioner. Read More
A consulting firm for the city's Administration for Children's Services has slashed its fees following an I-Team investigation. Melissa Russo reports.
Of the 19,000 taxi cabs in New York City, only 13 percent are accessible to the disabled, according to Comptroller Scott Stringer. Erica Byfield reports.
A federal appeals court has overturned the corruption conviction of former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, citing in its Thursday decision a U.S. Supreme Court ruling from last year that limited the type of official... Read More
London's buses are reliable, even if the traffic is bad. Ticketless boarding and the size of London's double-decker buses help the transit system run more efficiently. There are also twice as many buses as in New York. Andrew Siff reports.
Senior centers in New York were audited after troubling safety concerns were uncovered. Melissa Russo reports.
A Bronx teenager who has already spent a year in jail has made a tough adult decision: choosing to stay behind bars on Rikers Island and take his case to trial rather than accept a plea deal on a gun charge. Read More
David Wildstein has been sentenced to three years probation for his role in the so-called Bridgegate scandal. Read More