Tag: Eric Schneiderman

Group Guilty of Stealing $1M Through Fake Nursing Schools on LI

They charged up to $20,000 for tuition, and issued bogus transcripts and certificates upon completion of the program.

Kathleen Rice to Run for Congress

"I'm running because we need more independent problem solvers in Congress."

Inside the Secret World of Long Island Politics: Election Night 2013

“Dump ’em!” sniped D’Amato. “Dump Cablevision. FiOS is much better and cheaper.”

$11M Settlement Reached in CA Overbilling Suit

Nearly 200 government agencies in New York will be repaid for the Islandia-based company's double-billing.

More Sandy Victim Scammers Busted, Authorities Say

Police arrested a contractor for stealing a construction deposit and prosecutors announced fines against price gougers and a company that mailed deceptive letters.

There Goes The Neighborhood: Foreclosed Homes Shelter Crime, Threaten Communities

Crooks living in vacant homes in areas hit hardest by foreclosure make for confrontational neighbors.

Long Island Dad, Son Accused in $16M Medicaid Fraud

New York prosecutors alleged the family paid HIV patients for their prescriptions instead of giving them medication.

AG Probes Alleged Fast Food Wage Thefts

“The findings in this report are deeply troubling and shed light on potentially broad labor violations by the fast food industry."

Lost Not Found: How Some Missing Mentally Ill Never Return

“With each passing day the possibility that he would return unharmed diminishes exponentially”

Westbury Contractor Charged With Ripping Off Workers

A Hicksville man who worked as the contractor's manager is among three charged in the case.