Vance, Bratton News Conf. on NYC Retiree Fraud Case

Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. and New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton speak at a news conference about an indictment filed against more than 100 retirees, most of whom worked for the New York City police and fire departments, charging them with stealing benefits from a federal disability program by lying about psychiatric conditions. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)
The Summer of Movie Sequels and Remakes
23:35 - Summer movie season is underway, full of big-budget films engineered to be blockbusters. Opening today: "Poltergeist," "The Vatican Tapes," and "Tomorrowland" (a movie that's based on a theme park attraction). This summer, you won't see much that's original. As Bloomberg's David Gura reports, it's all about remakes and sequels. Just like it was last summer. (Source: Bloomberg)
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