A big-time donor to Mayor de Blasio, expected to testify in an upcoming public corruption trial, is more deeply involved in criminal activity than the government lets on, new court papers claim.
Acting U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim announced Monday a man who led an international money laundering business pleaded guilty in Manhattan federal court.
Sixteen years, several wars, three US presidents, 6,928 US soldiers killed, one million injured, hundreds of American contractors killed, trillions of dollars spent and 41 inmates still held at Guantanamo Bay.
The former owner of a successful Harlem restaurant whose shenanigans opened the door to the feds’ now-closed probe into Mayor Bill de Blasio begged for leniency at his sentencing Friday by casting blame on Jona Rechnitz, a de Blasio donor-turned-government cooperator.
Craig Carton, who co-hosts a morning radio show in New York on WFAN, was arrested at his home in Manhattan early Wednesday.
A NSW politician got more than he paid for when two “very aggressive” men turned up to deliver a massage at his New York hotel room.
Lindsay Jacoby, a wealth management recruiter at Oppenheimer & Co., died in Manhattan of an apparent suicide, the New York City Police Department said. She was 40 years old.
A former business partner of Ivanka Trump‘s who claims he introduced her to Jared Kushner is being evicted by Eliot Spitzer.
The city has blown its deadline for completing a politically explosive investigation into whether yeshivas are breaking the law by cutting out secular studies in favor of religious instruction.
Lev Leviev’s company and Julius Klein Group have ended the often-bitter dispute that stemmed from the dissolution of their longtime partnership.