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New York Trench Death Draws Manslaughter Charge

New York City prosecutors are charging construction company owners with... More

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Long Island Windstorm Spotlights Vulnerable Grid

It was no hurricane or tornado — but a recent thunderstorm squall line crossing... More

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Hamptons Homeowners Fight to Squelch “Truck Beach” Revels

On New York’s Long Island shores, beaches can be a high-value amenity. But they... More

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FEMA To Ask Homeowners if they Want to Re-Open Sandy Flood Claims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, taking ownership of widespread claims... More

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Thinking Inside the Box: Modular Micro-Apartments for Singles Take Shape in New York

You’ve heard of “tiny houses” ... here come tiny apartments. More

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Texas Trial Lawyer Mostyn Changing the Game in Sandy Insurance Battle

An engineering firm is raided by prosecutors, an insurance company offers a full... More

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Affordable Housing for New York's Sandy-Flooded Areas?

New York Mayor Bill deBlasio says he wants to create tens of thousands of housing... More

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Federal Judge Upholds Penalty on Sandy Flood Insurance Company Lawyers

Federal District Court Judge Joseph Bianco has reaffirmed a magistrate’s financial... More

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Red Tape and Delay Dog Sandy Recovery

Many Hurricane Sandy victims have been ruled eligible for federal help, but are still waiting for the government to issue any funds. More

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New York Opens Criminal Probe into Sandy Insurance Denials

The heat is still building on insurance companies and engineering firms accused of possible fraud in the re-writing of flood claim investigator reports. More

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