Sen. Menendez Calls For Sanctions In Iran Despite Obama's Call To 'Hold Your Fire'U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said Friday that he wants to see new sanctions Iran if no agreement is reached on nuclear negotiations, despite concerns from President Barack Obama that such sanctions could jeopardize a deal.
Sponsor Hopes For Agreement On Medical Marijuana Bill In New YorkThe bill's sponsor said talks between between the governor's office, Senate and Assembly have started and and her goal is an agreement within days.
FBI Agent Abducted In Iran Reaches Dubious MilestoneIt's been 2,454 days since Robert Levinson disappeared, the longest that an American has been held hostage.
Looming Fiscal Cliff Leaves Many Confused, ConcernedEven as the country barrels toward the fiscal cliff, there was much confusion about what exactly lies ahead – both for regular people and the country as a whole.
Report: David Wright 'Less Than Thrilled' With Mets' OfferWill the Mets and David Wright agree on an extension this offseason? It's "50-50," according to the New York Post.
Report: Mets, Wright 'Plan To Intensify' Talks; What About Dickey?The Amazin's "plan to intensify negotiations" with David Wright after picking up their 2013 option on the All-Star third baseman, according to the New York Daily News.
Report: Mets Still Haven't Talked Dollars, Years With Dickey Or WrightMets fans were hoping for some good news to go along with their Halloween treats, but it seems there won't be anything to report before the month is through.
New York City Opera Announces Lockout Of Musicians After Negotiations Break Down SundayOn Sunday, hours after talks broke down, the cash-strapped company canceled Monday rehearsals for a Feb. 12 opening production of Verdi's "La Traviata" in Brooklyn.
No Strike For NYC Crane Operators FridayLouis Coletti of the Building Trade Employers Association says two unions representing crane operators, excavators and maintenance engineers agreed on a new contract less than two hours before their contracts expired.
NJ Judge Delays Layoffs Of Newark Police OfficersSaying it was a difficult balancing act between public safety and fiscal responsibility, a judge delayed the scheduled layoffs of more than 150 police officers in Newark for 10 days.
Broadcasters Keep Upper Hand In TV DisputesA recent spate of TV blackouts and the lack of government intervention suggests that broadcasters have the upper hand over TV signal providers when it comes to negotiating fees.