NY Eases Rules For Changing Parties Before Primary Elections
New York is relaxing party enrollment deadlines to make it easier to cast a ballot in primary elections.
NY Gov. Cuomo, Food Network Star Sandra Lee Announce Split
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Food Network star Sandra Lee have broken up after more than a decade of dating.
New York Law Extending Gun Waiting Period Takes Effect
The waiting period on certain New York gun purchases has been extended from three days to 30 days under a state law.
NY Attorney General Announces Facebook Antitrust Probe
New York Attorney General Letitia James says a bipartisan coalition of state attorneys general is investigating Facebook for alleged antitrust issues.
NY Men Sentenced For Plotting To Attack Muslim Community
Two of four young men arrested for plotting to attack an upstate New York Muslim community with homemade explosives have been sentenced to four to 12 years.
Order Sought To Let Unvaccinated NY Students Attend School
A judge in New York has declined to immediately rule on whether to let unvaccinated children go back to school.
Flurry of Suits Emerge as NY Opens Door to Old Abuse Claims
"Now it's their turn. Now it's their time," he told The Associated Press Monday. "And I want them to get everything they deserve in the way of punishment."
Capital One Target of Massive Data Breach
The hacker got information including credit scores and balances plus the Social Security numbers of about 140,000 customers, the bank said.
NY Lawmakers OK Licenses for Immigrants in US Illegally
The Democrat-led state Senate voted 33-29 in favor of the bill after several hours of debate
Opioid Maker Agrees to Pay $225M to Settle Federal Probes
Representatives for Insys Therapeutics did not immediately respond to a request for comment.