In Buffalo, Biden Condemns Racism, Mourns Victims
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are in Buffalo, New York, to show solidarity with the community after a white supremacist targeted Black people at a supermarket and left 10 people dead.
Buffalo Shooting Update: Shoppers, Guard Among 10 Dead in Buffalo Supermarket Attack
Shoppers and a retired police officer were among the 10 killed at a Buffalo supermarket by a white teenager who authorities say was motivated by racial hatred.
New York AG’s Office Says It’s Nearing End Of Trump Probe
A lawyer for the New York attorney general’s office said Friday that the office is “nearing the end” of its three-year investigation into former President Donald Trump and his business practices.
It’s Official: NY Congressional Primary Moving To Aug. 23
It’s official: New Yorkers will have to wait until August to vote in the primary elections for U.S. representatives, rather than June.
NY To Direct $35M To Abortion Providers if Roe Overturned
Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced that New York will make $35 million available to help abortion providers boost services and security if Roe v Wade is overturned.
Biden Signs Ukraine Bill, Seeks $40B Aid, in Putin Rejoinder
Washington portrays a united front against Russia's invasion of Ukraine as President Joe Biden signed a measure to reboot the World War II-era "lend-lease" program.
Jill Biden Pays Surprise Visit to Ukraine, Meets First Lady
Jill Biden spent several hours in Ukraine, driving from the border with Slovakia to a town 10 minutes away to see first lady Olena Zelenska on Mother's Day.
Federal Judge: NY Should Seek Approval To Delay Primary
A Manhattan federal judge has let New York proceed with its plans to move June congressional and state Senate primaries to August.
100s of US Urban Areas Will Become Rural with New Criteria
The U.S. Census Bureau is changing the definition of an urban area. It's the biggest change in decades.
New York Court Rejects Congressional Maps Drawn By Democrats
New York’s highest court has rejected new congressional maps that had widely been seen as favoring Democrats.