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Downtown Brooklyn »

Michael Grimm's Ex-Girlfriend Pleads Guilty to Campaign Fraud

Diana Durand, 48, pleaded guilty to using straw donors to boost Grimm's 2010 war chest.

Civic Center »

FBI Bars Congressman Michael Grimm From its Offices

The ex-agent is not allowed into the FBI premises after he quit under a cloud, sources said.

Great Kills »

Rep. Michael Grimm Decries Fraud Charges as 'Political Witch Hunt'

Rep. Grimm allegedly hid more than $1 million in revenue at his Manhattan restaurant from the IRS.

Brooklyn Heights »

Feds Must Reveal 8 New York Pols Currently Under Investigation, Judge Rules

Brooklyn Federal Judge Jack Weinstein ordered the government to release the names by 2 p.m. Wednesday.  

East New York »

State Sen. Sampson Stole $440K from Foreclosure Victims, Feds Charge

Sampson pleaded not guilty and was released on $250,000 bond.

Midtown »

Gym-Mogul-Turned-Gunman Sentenced to Life in Prison for 3 Murders

Christian Tarantino, 46, owned Synergy Fitness clubs in New York City and Long Island.

New York City »

Queens Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Subway Bomb Plot

Adis Medunjanin was convicted of conspiring with Al Qaeda.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Former Brooklyn Cop Pleads Guilty to Illegally Handcuffing Man

Admir Kacamakovic illegally detained a man after a traffic dispute, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.

Forest Hills »

Two Forest Hills Lawyers Convicted of $25M Mortgage Fraud

The lawyers filed for for bogus loans in Queens, Brooklyn and Long Island.

Downtown »

WTC Trucking Company Owners Allegedly Stole $1M from Workers

Gerardo and Vincent Fusella allegedly failed to pay wages to workers moving debris from the WTC site.

Manhattan »

Assistant HPD Commissioner Arrested in $2 Million Bribery Scheme

Wendell Walters, HPD's Assistant Commissioner for new construction, was arrested at his Harlem Home Thursday morning.

Manhattan »

New York City to Have First-Ever Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

There was a 13 percent increase in prescription drug abuse in the country from 2008 to 2009.

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