Investigators examining the explosive devices sent to high-profile targets in New York, Washington and elsewhere will be working to glean forensic clues to help identify who sent them, gathering fingerprints and DNA evidence while... Read More
Over the last 72 hours, nine suspected or confirmed pipe bombs have been sent to high-profile Democrats and supporters in five states, mostly in New York. Read More
Investigators seized three more suspected package explosives -- two addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden in Delaware and one addressed to Robert De Niro in New York -- early Thursday, bringing the total number of... Read More
Seven pipe bombs sent to Hillary Clinton, former President Obama, billionaire George Soros, ex-Attorney General Eric Holder and CNN at NYC's Time Warner Center and Rep. Maxine Waters of California - who was sent two -- are thought... Read More
Authorities believe a series of apparent explosive devices targeting Hillary Clinton, George Soros and CNN in New York along with one addressed to former President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C., and another sent to... Read More
A convicted killer’s clue to the I-Team has prompted law enforcement to renew a search in Suffolk County for the body of a long missing Long Island woman whose head was found in the Florida Everglades more than a decade ago. Read More
The device found in a mailbox at the New York home of billionaire philanthropist George Soros "had the components" of a bomb, according to authorities and law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation. Read More
A New York man has been charged with threatening to kill two U.S. senators for supporting Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court. Read More
The limo crash in Schoharie was the deadliest transportation disaster in the country in nine years, yet it wasn't the first in NY and the father of a victim from a crash on Long Island three years ago has been fighting for changes. The I-Team's Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
An image that once sparked outrage has now brought action after an I-Team report on an MTA employee who dressed up in blackface. Andrew Siff reports.