A convicted Jersey City cop is dishing dirt about a decades-old off-duty fraud and bribery scheme that has ensnared nearly a dozen officers in a wide-ranging federal probe. The officer, a 14-year veteran, told the I-Team... Read More
A lawmaker is calling for additional measures to get overdose-reversal drug Narcan in more pharmacies after an I-Team report found just 31 percent of them on Suffolk County don't sell it or understand the law around purchaging the drug. Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
New York allows some pharmacies to sell naloxone to anyone without a prescription. The state health commissioner said the program "ensures that this life-saving medication is widely accessible." But an I-Team investigation... Read More
A man who admitted discussing plans to explode bombs in Times Square and other New York locations received a 10-year prison sentence Monday for conspiring with others, including his older brother, to support a terrorist... Read More
It's almost instinct to swipe when you need a ride. But thank goodness you don't know what's been happening in the car that picks you up, drivers say.
After the heartwrenching Bronx fire that killed 13 people last year, the I-Team has a warning about fire hazards in thousands of New York City apartments. It turns out more than 22,000 apartment doors have failed in just the last three years. The I-Team even found faulty fire doors in a building right next to the one that burned. Chris Glorioso has an update on what New York City is doing to crack down on landlords who have faulty fire doors.
From YouTube to Instagram, and Twitter to Pinterest, videos and links to online markets for child sex dolls are being posted on the biggest social media sites, the I-Team has found. Read More
Nearly four months after the Bronx inferno that killed 13 people, the I-Team has discovered more than 22,000 apartment doors that failed city inspections because they did not automatically close Read More
A fired manager at an LA Fitness is speaking out <a href="https://www.nbcnewyork.com/investigations/LA-Fitness-Black-Men-Police-Video-480830041.html" target="_blank">after two workout partners claimed they were racially profiled.</a> Sarah Wallace reports.
The U.S. Senate Select Committee on Ethics "severely admonished" Sen. Robert Menendez for accepting gifts from a Florida doctor. Read More