A Chelsea landlord first exposed by the I-Team is now under investigation by state housing officials. As Melissa Russo found out, investigators are demanding the landlord stop attempting wrongful evictions and prove she's not overcharging tenants. The state warns the landlord could even face criminal penalties.
The governor and Manhattan district attorney are putting aside a squabble over who should investigate abuse allegations against former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Read More
A New York City correction officer who was brutally beaten on a Bronx subway platform last month, suffering a fractured orbital bone and a broken wrist, said she thought she would die in the attack. Read More
Detailed accusations that New York's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman abused women were enough to force him to resign — but are they enough to charge him with a crime? Read More
Roger Stone, a close political confidant of President Trump, says the claim that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen accepted a half-million dollars connected to a Russian billionaire could be a problem - if the accusation is true. Read More
Gov. Cuomo announced Tuesday that he's appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the allegations of physical abuse four women made against Eric Schneiderman, accusations that prompted a resignation from the state attorney... Read More
You walk the streets alone and you might begin to feel unsafe so there are new iPhone apps that could give you some sense of safety. Marc Santia reports.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced he would be resigning from office hours after four women he was romantically involved with accused him of physical violence in accounts published by The New Yorker. Jonathan Dienst reports.
The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office is pushing forward with a 5-year-old murder case, despite an I-Team investigation that revealed the defendant suffered a stroke and his subsequent brain damage may have warped his words in a... Read More
Six current and former insiders at the North Bergen Housing Authority allege some public housing units meant for the needy are instead being given to political supporters of that town’s mayor. Read More