Sixteen employees of HBD and DOB received cash, cruises and cars to erase building code violations.
Former State Sen. Malcolm Smith was found guilty of bribing some Republican leaders, reports say.
An officer was indicted for allegedly asking a candidate for sex in exchange for helping her get hired.
Alcides Gonzabay was found on Riverside Drive with an open bottle of rum in his running car, police said.
The building, which used to house Parkway Hospital, has been vacant since 2008.
Bronx Assemblyman Nelson Castro helped feds catch Stevenson to avoid prosecution.
Moses "Mark" Stern, a real estate investor, cooperated with the feds to take down Malcolm Smith.
Valencia Garrett says school officials really canned her for griping about lavish gifts from parents.
Seven construction firms on the city's caution list worked on the Atlantic Yards project.
Four men allegedly tried to bribe a teen who accused an Orthodox community therapist of sexual assault.
Wendell Walters, HPD's Assistant Commissioner for new construction, was arrested at his Harlem Home Thursday morning.
Police have accused bouncers on the Lower East Side of taking cash to admit underage patrons.
Four medical students allegedly paid more than $100,000 to a consultant in hopes of landing a job at Harlem Hospital.
The SEC must decided whether to charge Steven L. Rattner for allegedly bribing an aide to the city comptroller.
Robert "Joe" Halderman will spend six months in jail and have to serve 1,000 hours of community service.
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