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Here's how a Trump Administration could affect investigations by U.S. Attorneys here in New York.

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Brooklyn businessman Alex Lichtentstein, 44, pleaded guilty to bribery charges Thursday.

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Ahmad Rahami was brought to the city on charges in the attack that hurt about 30 people, officials said.

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An Arizona man was arrested for hacking the email accounts to search for lewd and embarrassing content. 

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David Han mailed phony violations claiming to be from "Vermin Control of New York" to property owners.

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Edward Servider, 28, was charged with six counts of fraud for spending investor money on himself.

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Alleged members include Eduardo "Lil Bro Ed" Rosa and Cicero "Boobie" Williams.

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Sources said Lt. Peter Salzone shot himself after being told the FBI wanted to question him.

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The two former aides allegedly took hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes for state contracts.

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Two Williamsburg landlords, a jeweler and their three wives were arrested Tuesday, prosecutors said.

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The two aides who were hit with fraud charges borrowed a line from "The Sopranos," prosecutors said.

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Ahmad Khan Rahami said he took "guidance" from ISIS spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, officials said.

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Rahami was charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and faces life in prison if convicted.

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Charles Hocking and his firm, Hazen and Sawyer, were hit with subpoenas this summer, sources said.

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Byron Taylor has pleaded guilty to helping cover up the death of inmate Ronald Spear.