January 23 - Vincent Asaro, Bonanno capo, sentenced to up to 20 years in federal penitentiary for the infamous Luthansa Heist, and murder of drug dealer Paul Katz. Partly due to the testimony of his rat cousin, Joseph Massino
January 28 - Colombo capo and rat Reynold Maragni sentenced on multiple charges of racketeering, drug trafficking, and gambling.
February 11 - Raffaele "Lello" Valente, 'Ndrangheta; Franco Lupoi, Gambino Associate; Charles “Charlie Pepsi” Centaro, Dominic Ali, Alexander Chan and Christos Fasarakis, and Jose Alfredo “Freddy” Garcia, Bonanno indicted on drug ring charges. Collaborative work of the Italian 'Ndrangheta and New York Italian-American Mafia
February 25 - Karen Gravano, daughter of Sammy "The Bull" Gravano and star of Mob Wives, filed a lawsuit of $40 million against Rockstar Games for allegedly using her life story for a Grand Theft Auto V character's storyline without her permission. The court ruled in favor of Rockstar Games
March 11 - Hector Pagan Jr., Bonanno Associate, Mob Wives husband, and rat, testifies against Richard Riccardi and Luigi Grasso for the 2010 murder of James Donovan which he commited during a robbery.
April 7 - Civil rights activist and reverend Al Sharpton exposed as FBI informer. His testimonies assisted in the prosecution of mafia members.
April 25 - Former Bonanno capo is released from prison after becoming and informant to the FBI.
April 30 - Ex-Mafia boss John "Baby John" Delutro, better known as Mulberry Street Little Italy's "Cannoli King" accused of sexually harassing a waitress of his Little Italy restaurant, Caffe Palerno.
October 2 - Acting boss of the Patriarca family Antonio "Spucky" Spangolo, 72, convicted on charges of conspiracy to interfere with commerce by extortion. Released with tracking bracelets.