Long Island Congressman Peter King is considering running for president in 2016. King addressed his motivation and his would-be rivals in an interview.
The threat was passed onto airlines that have direct flights to Russia, including some that originate in the United States, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.
Boomer and Craig discussed the voting process behind one being elected for enshrinement to the Pro Football Hall of Fame with Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, who has a vote and is not a fan of the secrecy involved.
The controversial deal to put the brakes on Iran’s nuclear program has united Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill on steps to take if the pact falls apart.
The Jets were expected to stink this season. Plain and simple. Then a funny thing happened…
Marcos Alonso Zea, also known as Ali Zea, of Brentwood is charged with conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country, attempting to provide material support to terrorists, obstruction of justice and more.
Some of New York’s political heavyweights voiced their frustration Sunday over the partial government shutdown, which entered its sixth day.
Republican leaders welcomed the Wednesday afternoon meeting but questioned whether Democrats were ready to deal.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Monday that Chiheb Esseghaier and Raed Jaser were conspiring to carry out an Al Qaeda-supported attack, but posed no imminent threat.
CBS 2’s Dr Max Gomez takes a look at how men and women can win the battle of the bulge, and CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer speaks with Congressman Peter King of Long Island, all in this edition of Eye On New York.
Congress refused to vote for relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The first Republican President famously said “a house divided against itself cannot stand.” The same holds true for the Republican Party today.
The AR-15 is the most popular rifle in America with more than three million Americans owning one. Dick’s Sporting Goods says it’s suspending sales of modern rifles nationwide because the shooting in Newtown.
As outages enter their third week, LIPA said it has dropped its policy that forces customers to get an inspection before their power is restored.
There was still no light Friday night for hundreds of thousands of Long Island homes. About 150,000 frustrated Long Island Power Authority customers said the company was giving them the run-around and they want to know why.
Coaches and players around the league are losing patience and speaking out against the fill-in officials following a slew of questionable calls in the games Sunday and Monday night.