On a sunny day in New City, New York, Little League president Michael Cohen keeps a watchful eye over everything. “In my line of work,” said Cohen, “I don’t trust anybody.” It’s not hard to understand why. Read More
Talk about a failed bailout. Read More
The alleged shooter sued the Capital for defamation after the paper published an article about criminal harassment to which he pleaded guilty. Two judges ruled against him. Jonathan Dienst reports.
Authorities arrested 40 people and seized more than $20 million in guns, drugs, cars, gold and cryptocurrency after a massive, year-long undercover operation targeting underground activity on the Internet. Read More
The wives of the two smugglers turned informants who turned on 'El Chapo' talked exclusively to the I-Team. Sarah Wallace reports.
New Yorkers fed up with noisy nightlife have the odds stacked against them when filing complaints about loud bars and clubs. The I Teams Chris Glorioso reports.
Some drivers are warning that little pane of glass can bring unexpected risks. The I-Team's Pei-Sze Cheng reports.
If your daily commute takes you over a bridge, chances are you see rusted steel, cracked concrete and other signs of poor condition. Then there are other problems you can't see with the naked eye. That's why engineers are turning to technology to make sure wear and tear doesn't turn into a disaster.
The man charged with murdering eight people on a New York City bike path and injuring many more spoke out in court, invoking "Allah" and defending the Islamic State. Read More
Two new witnesses come forward in a controversial, decades-old murder case in Queens. The I-Team's Sarah Wallace reports.