Agency created to fight organized crime at New York Harbor may be pushed out
The port of New York and New Jersey processes nearly seven million cargo containers a year, delivering more than $200 billion in goods across America. But the modern waterfront still hasn't shaken its criminal past, according to the watchdog group responsible for fighting organized crime on the docks. Now Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor, the agency created to clean up organized crime on the waterfront, is fighting to survive. Tony Dokoupil reports.