Tom Robbins is a senior investigative reporter for THE CITY.
A month after Adams supporters were indicted over illegal donations, a CITY investigation has turned up other instances of questionable contributions that his campaign submitted for public matching funds.
The Bistricer family will receive a 40-year tax exemption in exchange for cleaning up the mess it has long been blamed for at Brooklyn’s beleaguered Flatbush Gardens.
During intense questioning by a former colleague, the one-time head of the Manhattan DA’s construction unit said she had “no recollection” of a dismissed Buildings Department summons.
In a rare occurrence, two supervisors face criminal charges over injuries that disabled two workers at an East Harlem building site.
A string of new prosecutions highlight how organized crime is targeting the nonunion builders of tens of millions of dollars in projects.
With a push from Governor Phil Murphy, the agency that policed New York Harbor’s docks is dying. A history of union corruption, exorbitant salaries, and a lack of diversity remains.
After Hiring Frank Carone, a Reviled Brooklyn Landlord Won a Multimillion-Dollar Windfall from the City
Yosef Zvieli faced foreclosure after running a residence for Brooklyn College students into the ground. Then he retained the political kingpin who has since become New York’s power broker of the moment.
Ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik is not the only client who sued the outspoken attorney, alleging he put his interests above theirs.
The new policy – and related changes – represents a major shift for Eric Gonzalez, who lost his brother to gun violence two decades ago.