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GWB Scandal
Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
Judge Weighs Special Prosecutor Request in Christie GWB Case

Judge Weighs Special Prosecutor Request in Christie GWB Case

A New Jersey judge says she'll rule by the end of the week on a request to appoint a special prosecutor to consider a citizen's complaint against Republican Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closure scandal. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Nov 21, 2016
Report Reveals 'Urgent Need' for Change After JFK Mass Panic

Report Reveals 'Urgent Need' for Change After JFK Mass Panic

Poor communication among police, private security and other personnel contributed to a mass panic that erupted at a New York City airport when loud cheers for Usain Bolt somehow led to a false report of gunshots, according to... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Nov 21, 2016
Homes in NY Town Taken Over for Religious Schooling

Homes in NY Town Taken Over for Religious Schooling

Residents in the Rockland County town of Ramapo claim town officials are allowing single-family homes on small residential lots to be turned into religious schools with little or no public notice. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Nov 17, 2016
I-Team Exclusive: NYPD Fights Global Terrorism Abroad

I-Team Exclusive: NYPD Fights Global Terrorism Abroad

In this exclusive four-part series, the I-Team's Jonathan Dienst takes a look at the NYPD's efforts to curb terrorist attacks at home and abroad. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Nov 17, 2016
Man Alleges Civil Rights Violations by 42nd Precinct Cops

Man Alleges Civil Rights Violations by 42nd Precinct Cops

A Bronx man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that his civil rights were repeatedly violated by NYPD officers in the 42nd Precinct in the Morrisania section. Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Nov 17, 2016
NYC's Most Notorious Transit Thief Featured in New Doc

NYC's Most Notorious Transit Thief Featured in New Doc

The story of New York's most notorious transit thief is coming soon to a theater near you. Darius McCollum, 51, has been arrested more than 30 times for stealing MTA buses and trains. He's behind bars, but this Friday, a new documentary about McCollum's life called "Off the Rails" premiers in New York. The I-Team's Sarah Wallace, who interviewed McCollum in Rikers, talked to the filmmaker.

Investigations
Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016
NYPD Working Overseas to Keep New Yorkers Safe

NYPD Working Overseas to Keep New Yorkers Safe

NYPD is taking part in intelligence briefings and terror drills overseas to gain information and skills to protect us at home. Jonathan Dienst reports.

Investigations
Monday, Nov 14, 2016
NYPD Working Overseas to Keep New York Safer

NYPD Working Overseas to Keep New York Safer

NYPD is taking part in intelligence briefings and terror drills overseas to gain information and skills to protect us at home. Jonathan Dienst reports.

Investigations
Thursday, Nov 17, 2016
Passaic Mayor Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges, Resigns

Passaic Mayor Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges, Resigns

Passaic Mayor Alex Blanco pleaded guilty to federal bribery charges in a Newark court on Thursday and has resigned from office. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016
NYPD Detectives Travel to London to Brief on Terror

NYPD Detectives Travel to London to Brief on Terror

The terror threat is looming across Europe, and top NYPD intelligence officials are there for security briefings with foreign partners. For the first time, NBC cameras were allowed to follow the NYPD's overseas agents to see how the work there can help stop the next attack here. Jonathan Dienst reports from London.

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