U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez is a longtime friend of the Florida eye doctor with whom he's on trial, and the government's fraud and bribery case against them is built on assumptions, the doctor's attorney said Thursday in his opening... Read More
A mother's quest for child support has been stymied by a dad who hid behind the witness protection system, or so she thought. Marc Santia reports.
The start of Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez's federal corruption trial Wednesday has hung a question mark on the future of his Senate seat, and national Republicans have already begun pushing for his ouster if he's convicted. Read More
U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez "sold his office for a lifestyle he couldn't afford" by accepting luxury trips from a wealthy doctor seeking political influence in return, a government prosecutor told jurors Wednesday during opening... Read More
A former New York Senate candidate who sparked a firestorm after telling the I-Team he was planning to hand out "Kool Aid, KFC and watermelons" in Harlem was sentenced Wednesday to three to six years behind bars in an apartment... Read More
The Bronx district attorney's office will move to dismiss a July 2016 indictment against a 17-year-old boy who stayed behind bars at Rikers for about a year rather than plead guilty to a shooting he has said he did not commit. Read More
Repairs on fire hydrants are taking longer than they did several years ago, putting lives in danger. Andrew Siff reports.
Craig Carton, co-host of WFAN's morning sports talk show "Boomer & Carton," has been arrested in connection with an alleged multimillion-dollar fake ticket scam, the gains from which he used in part to pay casino debt, officials... Read More
Toxic soil that was meant to have been removed five years ago is finally being cleaned up. But questions remain. Sarah Wallace reports.
Clarkstown police chief Michael Sullivan should be terminated for abusing his office to investigate opponents and for disregarding town officials, a hearing officer ruled Tuesday after months of testimony. Read More