President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama will headline two inaugural balls Monday night, but two nights earlier, the kids were set to get their turn.
More than 6,000 people entered a lottery for tickets to President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony in Washington Monday at the office of U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), and there were 120 winners.
Another pro women’s soccer league will try to succeed where two previous attempts have failed.
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo previously proposed decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana in public.
Last week boasted one of the most entertaining college-football Saturdays in recent memory. It would be almost impossible to duplicate, but nevertheless Week 7 will be just as action-packed.
I know Syracuse likes to market themselves as “New York’s team” and there are a lot of Orange fans in the area—but this one will be U-G-L-Y.
Basketball in New Rochelle just got real interesting. Again. Norvel Pelle’s decision to attend Iona makes the Gaels a national story for the second consecutive season.
Two Democrats and two Republicans will compete in next Tuesday’s Connecticut primaries, in the hopes of securing their respective party’s nomination for the chance to fill the Senate seat of Joe Lieberman (D), who is retiring.
President Obama has made too many changes to the White House and had too many parties to be allowed back for another 4 years.
Do you think you have it bad stuck in traffic in New York City? Well, it could be worse. You could be in Honolulu.
Seton Hall was hoping to get sent anywhere in the NCAA tournament. Instead, they wound up at home with a No. 1 seed in the NIT.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Irene caused significant damage to the state’s agriculture. He said there is already $45 million in damage to farms in the state.
Despite its urban obstacles, the Big Apple is the best spot in the country to walk, according to Walk Score, a group that promotes making cities more walkable.
US Representative Eliot Engel says compromise over the debt ceiling may not be achievable and says the president should act unilaterally.
The U.S. Justice Department says that marijuana dispensaries and licensed growers in states with medical marijuana laws could face prosecution for violating federal drug and money-laundering laws.