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UPDATED: Benjamin pleads not guilty to federal charges; resigns as Lt....

Brian Benjamin resigned his office as New York State Lieutenant Governor just hours after  being arrested on April 12 and pleading not guilty to...

‘It’s a nonstop war’ – Lessons in the Colonial Pipeline...

Virtually any individual or business with a computer could find themselves in the same virtual boat as the Colonial Pipeline Co., a victim of...

Mastercard joins growing chorus of disapproval over GOP attempts to overturn...

Meanwhile, security is being beefed up around Albany and Hartford in the wake of FBI warnings that more potentially violent protests are in the making in all 50 states.

Going private: Scarpino, Noto to join Dorf & Nelson law firm

Former Westchester County District Attorney Anthony A. Scarpino Jr. — who was succeeded in the post by Mimi Rocah — has left nearly four...

For one brief, shining moment: Living in Scam-a-lot

Haven’t we all been told that misspellings and offbeat grammar are signs that should raise one’s suspicions? Of course we have. Did I take a moment to consider that? Of course I didn’t.

Former owner of La Cremaillere sentenced to federal prison

Barbara Meyzen owned and operated the eatery from 1993 to 2019.

Stamford man found guilty in surgical glove investment fraud scheme

Thomas J. Connerton began enticing investors in 2009 to finance his operation, including women he met through an online dating site.

Alleged scammer in Somers may have been scammed himself

He concealed his losses, the complaint states, “in an effort to regain his own lost money and attract new funds.”

AMA Laboratories demands search warrant evidence that justified federal raids

Those raids, in April and June, were conducted in “bad faith,” the company states in letters to federal court judges in White Plains.

Greenwich’s Arch Street Capital Advisors sells FBI office in Utah

The property is a 169,542-square-foot facility that is 100 percent leased to the U.S. General Services Administration on behalf of the FBI.

Chinese national pleads guilty to economic espionage at IBM

Xu Jiaqiang, 31, stole source code for the benefit of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission, according to a superseding indictment filed last June.

Former Ramapo official admits guilt in municipal bond fraud

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Ramapo officials fabricated the town’s finances to help sell $150 million in municipal bonds.

Feds charge Valhalla firm with bank fraud over mortgages

Terra Foundation charged fees for filing fraudulent mortgages discharges, according to a federal indictment of five principals in the business.

Local tech experts closely watching Apple case

As Apple and the FBI battle over access to an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists, area digital forensics and security experts weigh in on what has become a national debate over privacy, safety, and government power.

Disbarred West Harrison attorney indicted on fraud charges

Pat Stiso is indicted by a federal grand jury on accusations he and others defrauded 15 people out of more than $3 million in a real estate scheme.