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Downtown Brooklyn »

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

Prospect Heights »

The chicken and waffles restaurant is set to open this spring at Carlton Street and Flatbush Avenue.

Midtown »

The AG's office claims Spectrum-Time Warner lied to users for years about its internet speeds.

Concourse »

Tenants at 750 Grand Concourse had filed a lawsuit against their landlord in March 2016.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The six former Le Rivage servers also claim the eatery failed to pay them minimum wage and overtime.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Thomas Tartaglia's guests lit fires in the hallway and threatened neighbors, the suit says.

DUMBO »

Two Trees got more than $90 million in tax breaks while deregulating apartments, a lawsuit says.

Midtown »

The company falsely advertised speeds it knew were up to 80 percent slower, prosecutors said Wednesday.

St. George »

Kristen Andoos, an assistant captain for the Staten Island Ferry, sued the city for discrimination.

Upper West Side »

Firefighter Gordon Springs, 27, who is black, filed a discrimination lawsuit against the department.

West Farms »

Police will also try to not issue frivolous tickets and aggressively investigate quotas, officials said.

Prospect Heights »

The train was going more than 10 miles an hour when it hit the end of the track, officials said.

Prospect Heights »

Clifford Jones suffered knee, neck and back injuries during the Atlantic Terminal derailment. 

Civic Center »

The three former policemen are seeking $30 million, according to the suit.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Edward Singh-Walia was injured and lost $250,000 after a fire broke out at The Strand, the suit says.