Hudson River Island Project Dead In The Water As Settlement Seemed ImminentBillionaire businessman Barry Diller has pulled the plug on a bold plan to build an entertainment island on an undulating pier in the Hudson.
Schumer Wants Federal Review After Hundreds Lose Mail In LarchmontLarchmont's mail problems have drawn federal attention.
‘Time Will Tell,’ Trump Scorns Sessions As ‘Very Weak’ But Won’t Comment On AG’s FuturePresident Donald Trump cranked up the heat Tuesday on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, scorning him as "very weak" and refusing to say whether he'll fire the nation's top law enforcement officer.
Shrinking Seats On Amtrak Trains A One Way Ticket To Discomfort, Schumer SaysSchumer thinks the nation's rail service is going down the wrong track by talking about making seats smaller to boost capacity.
Senate Republicans Unveil Health Care Bill, Sparking Heated DebateThe plan will eliminate the individual mandate which forces people to buy health insurance or pay a penalty. It also removes taxes put in place under the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Schumer Calls For Special Heroin Enforcement Team To Tackle Addiction In New YorkSchumer asked the Drug Enforcement Agency to provide New York with one of four special heroin enforcement teams being formed to combat the problem.
Riders Joined By Bi-Partisan Group Of Lawmakers To Demand Changes From MTA, AmtrakA third rail problem was resolved at Penn Station, but the nightmare for commuters was far from over.
Local Officials React To US Missile Strike On SyriaPresident Donald Trump ordered the strike Thursday in response to this week's deadly chemical weapons attack the Syrian government carried out against civilians.
Series Of Small Plane Crashes Prompt Schumer To Arrange Safety SeminarAfter a string of small plane crashes in the New York area, the NTSB is hosting a small plane safety seminar -- the first on Long Island.
Trump, Schumer Wage Twitter War Over Calls For Sessions' ResignationPresident Donald Trump blames Democrats for forcing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from investigating possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Recuses Himself From Investigations Into Russian Involvement In 2016 ElectionSessions faced mounting calls to recuse himself or to resign following allegations that he was in contact with Russia's ambassador to the United States during the 2016 campaign, which he called "totally false."
U.S. Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump's Immigration Order NationwideU.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle ruled against government lawyers' claims that the states did not have the standing to challenge Trump's order and said they showed their case was likely to succeed.