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A bookkeeper admitted in Manhattan court Thursday to stealing more than $1 million from his ex-boss after she fell into a coma. Christopher Myles, 46, pleaded guilty to grand larceny, tax fraud and other charges in exchange for three to nine years in prison. Myles, who spent part of the windfall on jewelry and vacations,
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office on Thursday busted a $13.2 million Web-based sports-gambling operation that officials say was run by a Lucchese crime-family soldier. Reputed mobster Eugene “Boopsie” Castelle and a five-man crew allegedly took in wagers on pro and collegiate sporting events from around the world while wiring payments to an off-shore location.
A Brooklyn couple who sued Web-based reality-show producers for trashing their East Hampton home — including leaving semen stains on their couch during filming of the raunchy show — have settled their case for $15,000, federal court papers show. Stuart and Susan Silverman rented their summer home to Joshua Blackman, owner of Vice Energy LLC,
Investigators from Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office raided SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Albany offices Thursday, focusing on space used by lobbyist and former Cuomo aide Todd Howe, sources close to the investigation told The Post. Gov. Cuomo said Howe was the focus of a federal investigation into improper lobbying and conflicts of interest that resulted in
Mayor de Blasio emerged from hiding Thursday — after ducking reporters for more than a week — to defend his much-maligned decision to withhold communications with five confidants outside the government. De Blasio used the word “appropriate” at least 10 times during a Washington Heights press conference to explain why his administration decided to exempt