Supreme Court Won’t Halt Turnover Of Trump’s Tax Records
In a significant defeat for former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is declining to step in to halt the turnover of his tax records to a New York state prosecutor.
Tom Seaver, Heart and Mighty Arm of Miracle Mets, Dies at 75
Tom Terrific was one of the greatest pitchers in baseball history, the revered and resplendent star of the 1969 Miracle Mets championship team.
New York Governor Faces Deadline to Release Budget
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces a Tuesday deadline to release a budget proposal expected to address a looming $6 billion deficit fueled by soaring Medicaid costs.
NY Would Automatically Register Voters Under Revised Bill
New York would automatically add to the voting rolls any citizen who fills out a state form, under a revised bill that passed the state Senate on Thursday.
Democrats Signal Opening For Changes To New York Bail Reform
Amid mounting pressure from prosecutors and law enforcement, Democrats are opening the door to changes on New York's bail reform law as the legislative session begins this week.
Tis The Season: Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lights Up
One of the brightest signs of the holiday season is coming to light. The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is getting officially turned on Wednesday.
New York Earmarks $60M For Census 2020 Efforts
New York officials plan to spend up to $60 million to make sure state residents are fully counted in the 2020 Census.
Most New Yorkers Won’t See Premium Increases On Marketplace
State health officials say nearly all New Yorkers won't see health care premium increases through the marketplace set up by former President Barack Obama's signature health law.
Over A Quarter Of A Million Vote Early In New York
The state Board of Elections says more than 256,000 people cast their ballots before Election Day statewide between Oct. 26 and Nov. 3 under New York's new early voting law.
47 States Back Antitrust Investigation Into Facebook
Facebook's latest foes: nearly every U.S. state.