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Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
3 Arrested in Customs' 'Rape Table,' Hazing Probe at Newark

3 Arrested in Customs' 'Rape Table,' Hazing Probe at Newark

Three Customs and Border Protection officers have been arrested following a bombshell I-Team report exposing allegations of extreme hazing of colleagues at Newark Airport, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Read More

Menendez Accused of Corruption
Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
Menendez's Friend Paid for $8,000 Private Flight: Witness

Menendez's Friend Paid for $8,000 Private Flight: Witness

A wealthy donor on trial for bribery with U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez spent more than $8,000 to fly Menendez back to Washington from Florida on a private jet with only the senator as its passenger, a witness testified Wednesday. Read More

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Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
Clarkstown Town Board Votes to Fire Suspended Police Chief

Clarkstown Town Board Votes to Fire Suspended Police Chief

Clarkstown Town Board Tuesday night voted to fire Police Chief Michael Sullivan for misconduct charges, including insubordination over his failure to oversee an intelligence unit accused in lawsuits of illegal surveillance. Read More

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Thursday, Oct 5, 2017
I-Team: NY Pensions Profit from Payday Loans

I-Team: NY Pensions Profit from Payday Loans

Short-term, high-interest debt known as payday loans are illegal inside New York borders. But that hasn’t stopped state and city retirement funds from investing more than $40 million in payday lenders that operate in other states. Chris Glorioso reports.

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Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
Haitian Refugees Fleeing US Over Deportation Fears

Haitian Refugees Fleeing US Over Deportation Fears

At Eglise de Dieu de L’esperance, a small Haitian church in Brooklyn, they’ve noticed their congregation is quickly vanishing. Every Sunday, a few more faces are disappearing. Read More

Menendez Accused of Corruption
Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
Dominican Woman Testifies Menendez Helped Her With Visa

Dominican Woman Testifies Menendez Helped Her With Visa

The alleged former Dominican girlfriend of a wealthy donor on trial for bribery with U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez testified Tuesday that her visa application was initially denied and then approved expeditiously after the donor told... Read More

Menendez Accused of Corruption
Monday, Sep 11, 2017
Former Aide Testifies Menendez Helped Co-defendant on Visas

Former Aide Testifies Menendez Helped Co-defendant on Visas

A former staffer for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez testified Monday that the New Jersey Democrat was involved in helping with the visa applications of friends of a wealthy doctor who is on trial with him. Read More

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Friday, Sep 8, 2017
From the Archives: The Prisoner and the Politician

From the Archives: The Prisoner and the Politician

As U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez went to trial this week charged with using his influence to do favors for a Florida eye doctor, a former senator penned an Op-Ed on the topic. Former Sen. Robert Torricelli wrote the Op-Ed, published on NorthJersey.com Friday, about ethics and corruption in light of the trial.  Here is the special report NBC 4 aired in 2002 about Torricelli’s own woes, which in part led to his leaving office with the balance of power in the Senate at stake. In the interview, convicted fundraiser David Chang told investigative reporter Jonathan Dienst his mistake had been meeting Torricelli. “I don’t consider he is a senator. I consider he is a master criminal," Chang said.  “My reputation is not David Chang’s opportunity to get out of jail free," Torricelli retorted at the time. Days after that interview with NBC 4 aired, Torricelli dropped out of his re-election bid. Frank Lautenberg ended up replacing Torricelli on...

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Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
Craig Carton Breaks Silence on Arrest

Craig Carton Breaks Silence on Arrest

Craig Carton, co-host of WFAN's morning sports talk show "Boomer & Carton," has broken his silence six days after his arrest in connection with an alleged multimillion-dollar fake ticket scam he's accused of running to pay... Read More

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Thursday, Sep 7, 2017
Many Flipped NYC Foreclosures Riddled With Safety Risks

Many Flipped NYC Foreclosures Riddled With Safety Risks

Three quarters of the New York City foreclosures that re-sold for a profit in 2016 were flipped without securing a single construction permit, according to an analysis by the NBC New York I-Team. Read More

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