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Tom Winter

Investigative Reporter/Producer

Tom Winter is a New York-based correspondent covering crime, courts, terrorism and financial fraud on the East Coast for the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Tom Winter is a New York-based correspondent covering crime, courts, terrorism and financial fraud on the East Coast for the NBC News Investigative Unit.


Latest from Tom Winter

Ex-Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg sentenced to 5 months for perjury in Trump civil fraud trial

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg recommended a five-month jail sentence for Weisselberg after he pleaded guilty to two counts of perjury.
3d ago

As NYC grapples with crime concerns, police commissioner says safety is 'perception versus reality'

Facing a wave of random street and subway violence, a deepening migrant crisis and the fatal shooting last month of an officer during a routine traffic stop, New York City Police Commissioner Edward Caban insists the country's largest city remains safe.

Earthquake shakes U.S. East Coast

An earthquake struck the East Coast of the United States on Friday morning, according to the U.S.

Hush money judge denies Trump 'fishing expedition' to subpoena info on Stormy Daniels documentary

The judge presiding over former President Donald Trump's impending New York criminal trial on Friday denied his bid to subpoena NBCUniversal for information involving a key witness in the hush money case, adult film star Stormy Daniels.
9d ago

Charges filed against man who allegedly threatened N.Y. AG, civil fraud case judge

WASHINGTON — New York state police filed charges against a man whom they allege sent threatening messages to Judge Arthur Engoron and New York Attorney General Letitia James, a person with direct knowledge of the matter told NBC News.

Prosecutors say Trump 'stoked and encouraged' the publicity he's now citing as a reason to delay his hush money trial

Prosecutors in New York urged a judge to reject Donald Trump's bid to delay his impending criminal trial because of pre-trial publicity, arguing the former president "has constantly stoked and encouraged such publicity."

Judge rejects Hunter Biden's request to dismiss federal tax charges

The judge overseeing the federal tax case against Hunter Biden denied a series of motions by the president's son to dismiss the tax charges against him.

Trump attends wake for fallen NYPD officer as he ramps up rhetoric on crime

After he attended the wake Thursday of slain New York police officer Jonathan Diller, former President Donald Trump expressed outrage over the killing and used the opportunity to tout his position on the need to curb crime.

Trump expected to attend wake of slain NYPD officer

Former President Donald Trump is expected to attend the wake for slain New York Police Department officer Jonathan Diller on Thursday afternoon, NYPD spokesperson Tarik Sheppard told NBC News.

Trump ramps up attacks on judge in hush money case after gag order

Former President Donald Trump repeatedly lashed out at one person who's not covered by a gag order in the New York hush money case — the judge.

Hunter Biden asks skeptical judge to dismiss tax charges he says are politically motivated

Lawyers for Hunter Biden asked a judge at a hearing in federal court in Los Angeles on Wednesday to dismiss tax charges filed against him last year, arguing that the case is politically motivated — allegations that did not appear to sway the seemingly skeptical judge.