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Upper West Side »

Drunk Driver Tried to Bribe Police With Watches and Cash: Officials

Alcides Gonzabay was found on Riverside Drive with an open bottle of rum in his running car, police said.

Forest Hills »

Former Parkway Hospital Heading For Foreclosure Auction

The building, which used to house Parkway Hospital, has been vacant since 2008.

Fordham »

Bronx Assemblyman Worked With Feds to Bust Eric Stevenson to Save Own Skin

Bronx Assemblyman Nelson Castro helped feds catch Stevenson to avoid prosecution.

New York City »

Witness at the Center of Malcolm Smith Bribery Case Owes $126M to Citigroup

Moses "Mark" Stern, a real estate investor, cooperated with the feds to take down Malcolm Smith.

Upper East Side »

Teacher Fired for 'Bribing' Kids with Food Claims Colleagues Took Gifts

Valencia Garrett says school officials really canned her for griping about lavish gifts from parents.

Fort Greene »

Shady Firms Flagged by City Helped Build Barclays Center

Seven construction firms on the city's caution list worked on the Atlantic Yards project.

New York City »

Four Men Accused of Offering Teen Girl $500,000 to Drop Molestation Charge

Four men allegedly tried to bribe a teen who accused an Orthodox community therapist of sexual assault.

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.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bouncers Taking Bribes From Underage Drinkers, Say Police

Police have accused bouncers on the Lower East Side of taking cash to admit underage patrons.

Harlem »

Med Students Tried to Bribe Their Way Into Harlem Hospital Job, DA Says

Four medical students allegedly paid more than $100,000 to a consultant in hopes of landing a job at Harlem Hospital.

Manhattan »

Wall Street Investment Banker Steven Rattner in Stand-Off with SEC

The SEC must decided whether to charge Steven L. Rattner for allegedly bribing an aide to the city comptroller.

Manhattan »

Letterman Extortionist Robert Halderman Gets Six Months in Jail

Robert "Joe" Halderman will spend six months in jail and have to serve 1,000 hours of community service.

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