An 18-year-old Long Island high school student inspired by Osama bin Laden tried to travel to Yemen and join al-Qaida operatives in waging “violent jihad,” federal authorities said Wednesday. Justin Kaliebe, of Babylon,... Read More
After NBC 4 New York's I-Team report in March revealing that health insurers were denying coverage to autistic children, New York lawmakers have approved a reform that would force insurance companies to pay up. Read More
Federal authorities are digging up a field in suburban Detroit as they search for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa, potentially ending one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in American history, NBC 4 New York's I-Team has learned. Read More
Nine owners and managers of more than a dozen 7-Eleven stores on Long Island and in Virginia were charged Monday in a scheme to traffic in workers from Pakistan to work their stores, provide them with identities stolen from Read More
The two workers who were rescued from a collapsed scaffold atop the Hearst Tower Wednesday were not hurt, but a similar incident years earlier left one man dead and another with serious injuries. Read More
After discovering metal shavings in her newborn’s bottle of formula, a mother from Suffolk County is calling on the manufacturer and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to take action. Read More
The corrupt former president of a New Jersey lab testing firm said hundreds of doctors demanded bribes and kickbacks as part of a $100 million dollar Medicare and insurance billing scheme. Read More
For weeks, Alex Quinteros complained to his mother about something he noticed wasn’t quite right in the cafeteria at his elementary school in Queens -- the fifth-grader from Flushing said one day he saw cafeteria workers give kids... Read More
A letter was mailed to President Obama that is similar to two letters containing poisonous ricin sent to Mayor Bloomberg and his anti-gun group, law enforcement sources tell NBC 4 New York. The letter is being tested for Read More
A person of interest is being questioned in connection with threatening letters sent to President Barack Obama, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his anti-gun group, according to law enforcement officials. Jonathan Dienst reports.
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New Yorkers mourned the loss of Nelson Mandela Thursday, remembering his healing visit to the city just after 9/11, and a more joyful time in 1990, when a ticker-tape parade was thrown in his honor.
Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s iconic former president whose lifelong struggle against apartheid helped break the country’s system of racial discrimination, died Thursday at the age of 95. South African President Jacob...
Bill Bratton, who served as NYPD commissioner under Rudy Giuliani, has been chosen for the post for a second time to serve under Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, who campaigned on a promise to change police tactics.
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A black off-duty police officer says she was improperly charged with resisting arrest by two white officers during a confrontation last week on Long Island.
Police are looking for a man who was caught on surveillance cameras gunning down a 33-year-old outside a Brooklyn housing project while others stood close by Monday morning.