Intelligence Sources: Officials Believe Russia Tried To Influence Election, Favored TrumpU.S. officials believe Russia not only tried to influence this year’s presidential election, but also favored President-elect Donald Trump over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, intelligence sources confirmed.
Local Reps. Want Federal Government To Provide Full Amount For Trump Tower SecurityThe federal government is only offering only a fraction of the money the city has requested to pay for security outside Trump Tower, and one lawmaker says it is not the first time.
Cuomo Interviewed By Prosecutors In Case Of Former Aide PercocoNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo could be called to testify as a defense witness in the federal corruption case against one of his top aides.
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani No Longer In The Running For Trump Cabinet PositionFollowing a meeting on November 29, Giuliani removed his name from consideration, Trump said in a statement Friday.
City Again Vows To Solve Homelessness Crisis Amid Record Shelter Populations, Young Girls' DeathsWith the tragic death of two young sisters in a Bronx cluster shelter this week, and a record number of people living in city homeless shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio is promising to unveil a new vision for solving the homelessness crisis.
Sen. Blumenthal Praises Former Challenger, Linda McMahon, Following Trump NominationPresident-elect Donald Trump is adding former wrestling executive Linda McMahon to his Cabinet as leader of the Small Business Administration.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Urges Trump To Protect DREAM Act ImmigrantsChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel visited President-elect Donald Trump in New York Wednesday, and urged him to maintain a federal program that allows some undocumented immigrants to avoid deportation.
CBS2 Exclusive: City Comptroller Says Trump Tower Security Restrictions Have Done Number On BusinessesIt could be the worst holiday season ever for some small businesses near Trump Tower.
Donald Trump Is Time Magazine's Person Of The YearTime magazine on Wednesday named President-elect Donald Trump its Person of the Year.
Republican S.I. Lawmakers Sue To Keep City From Destroying Personal Records For IDNYC Card HoldersTwo state lawmakers from Staten Island sued on Monday to try to stop New York City from destroying personal records related to its immigrant-friendly municipal ID cards.
Christie Rejects N.J. Bill To Ban Solitary Confinement In State PrisonsNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday rejected a bill that would have prohibited solitary confinement in state prisons.
De Blasio Seeks $35 Million In Reimbursement For Trump SecurityMayor Bill de Blasio is requesting the federal government reimburse the city to cover the cost of providing security around Trump Tower as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office.

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