A man who once tried to pull off an audacious scam to buy the Islanders was sentenced to 10 years in prison for another fraud case in northeast Ohio.
Fifty-year-old John Spano faces up to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty late Monday to 16 counts of forgery.
The man who once tried buy an NHL franchise with loads of chutzpah and not much else could face a return to the judicial penalty box if convicted of what authorities say is yet another scam.
Never a bridesmaid, always a bride. The Bronx DA charged 39-year-old Liana Barrientos claiming that she was married 10 times since 1999 without divorcing some of her previous husbands.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials have agreed to let Superstorm Sandy victims who think their insurance claims were not fairly paid out to undergo a review.
Two northern New Jersey men and a woman from Florida stood accused Wednesday of stealing $700,000 from various banks in several states through a counterfeit check scheme.
Forty-six New Jersey lottery winners from July 2013 to July 2014 used Social Security numbers of dead people to collect their winnings, the state auditor said.
Another New Jersey judge has come down against gay conversion therapy in New Jersey, ruling in connection with a lawsuit that its claims that describe homosexuality as a curable mental disorder are fraud.
TurboTax has temporarily stopped processing state tax returns due to an increase in fraudulent filings.
An Orange County man was indicted this week, accused of posing as a renowned fashion designer to con a victim out of $350,000 in investments.
The state attorney general is blocking a Manhattan landlord from converting an Upper West Side apartment building into luxury condos pending a fraud investigation.
A Long Island political leader and law enforcement official was arraigned on felony fraud charges Wednesday.
George Perez was sentenced Wednesday by federal Judge Laura Taylor Swain. He was the fourth of five ex-Madoff workers to be sentenced.
Four people were charged in New Jersey Thursday with filing fraudulent applications for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy.
Two Connecticut men have pleaded guilty in White Plains federal court to bribery and fraud charges in a case in which a former FBI agent is also charged.