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Nearly two dozen city employees were given jobs in de Blasio's administration after hosting fundraisers.

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A preservationist group wants the mayor to deter people from making false testimony to city agencies.

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Ken Buny has been relieved of his duties and replaced by Ivo Nikolic.

Park Slope »

The Department of Investigation found routine negligence in its investigation of Boys Town and the ACS.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city was working to recoup money from his friend's nonprofit.

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The state Attorney General's Office is looking into Yitzchok Leshinsky's compensation and loans.

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Wilmer Cueva and Alfonso Prestia, foremen at the Pastis construction site, appeared in court on Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

The Administration for Children's Services bypassed city rules to build juvenile justice centers.

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Tommy Demoneris, 55, was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment, prosecutors said.

Jackson Heights »

He pretended a man in Queens was suffering cardiac arrest, according to the Department of Investigation.

Murray Hill »

The city marshal was going serve the man eviction papers, officials said.

Mott Haven »

The 25-year-old private investigator had sealed the drugs in small clear plastic bags, officials said.

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The department frequently does not punish officers who are found to have used excessive force, DOI said.

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Kenneth Hart is the first person to lose his DOB license for too many violations, officials said.

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The NYPD's body-camera trial program needs stricter policies to work well, Eure said.