New York State
New York State has reached an agreement with federal officials for a waiver allowing the state to reinvest $8 billion in Medicaid savings to support hospitals and improve health care, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Sen. Charles Schumer said Thursday evening.
Ice and slush have left roads and sidewalks dangerously slippery, and many Tri-State area municipalities have seen their reserves of salt to correct the problems dangerously depleted.
More than $14 million from tax return check-offs — most intended for health-related causes such as cancer research — has been sitting in accounts for years without being spent for the intended purposes, the New York State Comptroller’s office reported Wednesday.
A man who spent 17 years in prison for killing his parents has settled a wrongful conviction lawsuit against the State of New York.
Days after an announcement that Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn would be closing, New York State gave the hospital a reprieve by committing to funding until March of next year.
Over 100,000 residents of New York have successfully enrolled so far. New York has more than two million uninsured residents.
A slick new television ad makes a promise most business owners would jump at: Start-up or expand a business in New York and enjoy a 10-year exemption from property, sales and even state income taxes.
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo has decided to support the minority position of his own tax commission when it comes to providing a property tax credit to renters across the state, with most of the break going to New York City tenants.
The New York Rising program was set up by the state to help victims of Superstorm Sandy rebuild, but many have said the program has failed to deliver.
New York State is spreading the word that it is best to spend your money closer to home, in a new campaign that includes a novel relationship with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
This checklist shows the most important aspects of this sweeping new law that you should consider before you make any decisions.
A New York State Senator who is seeking a statewide ban on revenge porn said this week that a similar law in California does not go far enough.
The last comprehensive revision of the criminal law in New York State was 1965.
If you rely on online reviews for the inside scoop on businesses, some new revelations suggest you might want to rethink your strategy.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is one of two senators leading an effort to lower the taxes on hard cider.