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Downtown Brooklyn »

Michael Lambert said he invested $30,000 in the bogus investment despite a host of warning signs.

Upper West Side »

Jorge Perez said he was fired because he wouldn't look for evidence to evict rent-regulated tenants.

Sugar Hill »

Denise Suares blames a day-care facility above her apartment for causing part of her ceiling to fall.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city says in a lawsuit that a Hell's Kitchen building has been used as an illegal hotel since 2013.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The MTA only settled after appealing a verdict ordering the agency to pay $1.96 million to the family.

Flatiron »

The Flatiron seafood restaurant said it's losing $50,000 a month because of scaffolding outside.

Upper East Side »

Six units on 69th Street will be seized "for a matter of weeks," the MTA said.

Financial District »

The NYPD refused to make disability pay retroactive for an officer who rescued dozens of people.

Jamaica »

Ex-employee Richard Santiago seeks $500,000, claiming his funeral home boss sexually harassed him.

Upper East Side »

David Evan Schorr says when his son refused to eat dinner anywhere but McDonald's, he took him home.

West Harlem »

David Lieberman's landlord wants him to pay $2,100, court papers say.

Forest Hills »

Curtis Sliwa's ex-wife said he cheated on her with Queens BP hopeful Melinda Katz.

New York City »

A contractor was busted for trying to give cash to a city councilwoman in exchange for her support.

TriBeCa »

Investment star Richard Handler says Spring Studios' plan will ruin his TriBeCa pad's panoramic view.