Daniel Halloran

Former City Councilman Daniel Halloran Gets 10 Years In PrisonDaniel Halloran, a former New York City councilman who was convicted of helping another politician buy a spot on the 2013 mayoral ballot, was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison.
Prosecutor In Corruption Trial: State Sen. Malcolm Smith Betrayed ConstituentsNew York state Sen. Malcolm Smith betrayed the people who elected him by trying to bribe his way into New York City's mayoral ballot, a federal prosecutor charged Wednesday.
Jury Selection Underway In Malcolm Smith Corruption TrialProspective jurors in the corruption trial of state Sen. Malcolm Smith were asked Monday if they recognized any names on the witness list.
Malcolm Smith Corruption Trial Set To Begin Amid State Senator's Re-Election BidState Sen. Malcolm Smith is accused of trying to bribe his way onto the ballot says.
City Councilman Halloran Seeks To Have Bribery Charges DroppedNew York City Councilman Daniel Halloran (R-19th) wants bribery charges against him dismissed.
State Sen. John Sampson Charged With Embezzlement, Lying To FBIState Sen. John Sampson has been indicted on two counts embezzlement, five counts of obstruction of justice and two counts of making false statements to the FBI, prosecutors announced Monday.
Troubles Continue For Sen. Malcolm Smith -- Hit With Alarming New Charge Queens lawmaker Malcolm Smith is now accused in a complicated shake-down bribe scheme of trying to buy himself a new Senate leadership role.
Halloran Faces Investigation From Own City Council ColleaguesAlready hit with criminal charges alleging that he took bribes in a federal corruption case, New York City Councilman Daniel Halloran (R-19th) is now facing an investigation by his own colleagues.
City Council Blasts NYC Commissioners Over Blizzard SnafuThe hearings made it crystal clear -- the city's response to the Dec. 26 blizzard was too little, too late, and key decisions were simply not made by city leaders on autopilot.
Bloomberg, Dept. Heads Prep For Blizzard HearingMembers of the Bloomberg administration will finally be called on the carpet on Monday to publicly explain how they blew the blizzard response.
Swift Cleanup Eases Residents' ConcernsEven though Friday’s storm wasn’t much to speak about in the five boroughs, the City’s aggressive response was a comfort to many still upset from the blizzard.
NYPD Officer Sues City Over Video Clip Last summer, Agent Daniel Chu was spotted speeding through a Queens neighborhood with emergency lights flashing as he drove to a Dunkin Donuts.