Chirlane McCray Facing Criticism While Eyeing Run For Brooklyn Borough PresidentThere have been reports the mayor is trying to strike a deal to win the support of current borough president Eric Adams.
Impeachment Trial: Democrats Resume Opening Arguments Against President TrumpSenators reconvened in the Capitol for the third day of President Trump's impeachment trial, with House Democrats resuming arguments for why the president should be removed from office for abusing his power and obstructing Congress.
NYC Council Passes Law Requiring Businesses To Accept CashCash is a universal currency and now New York City businesses will have to accept it.
Byford Enjoyed 2 Successful Years With MTA, But Reportedly Grew Frustrated Over Clashes With Gov. CuomoTransit Authority President Andy Byford became such a rock star here that his legion of fans called him "Train Daddy" and posted stickers with his picture.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Signs Bill That Would Bring Monitors To Hempstead, Wyandanch SchoolsThe districts are the poorest on Long Island in terms of taxable property values and family incomes.
What Deficit? Gov. Cuomo To Work Some Fiscal Magic In $178B New York State BudgetThe state has a $6 billion shortfall, but the governor has a plan to fix that problem too.
Federal Appeals Court Throws Out Three Counts Against Former NYS Assembly SpeakerHe now faces re-sentencing and is likely to get a lesser prison term.
Gov. Murphy: Once Again, NJ TRANSIT Fares Will Not Go UpThe decision marks three straight years without a fare hike. But at the same time a budget gap is expected for things like hiring new employees and replacing old bus and train fleets.
6 Months Later, Governor Expected To Sign Bills That Would Bring Monitors To Hempstead, Wyandanch SchoolsThe CBS2 documentary 37% followed the Hempstead schools for a year and that reporting helped prompt the need for oversight.
Bail Reform: Law Enforcement On Long Island Band Together To Recommend ChangesThere is a new chorus of calls for changes to bail reform in New York state, just three weeks after it took effect.
Gov. Cuomo Gets Aggressive With 2020 New York Census, Announces Bold, New ApproachWith clout, power and billions in federal aid at stake, Gov. Andrew Cuomo used Martin Luther King Day to mount a campaign to make sure every New Yorker is counted.