Pelosi Says 'The Door Is Open' For Bipartisan Cooperation On Infrastructure BillHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday encouraged House Republicans to work across the aisle to pass President Biden's sprawling infrastructure package, saying the "door is open" for bipartisan cooperation.
NYPD Encouraged By Biden's Executive Orders Addressing 'Ghost Guns'; NRA Vows To 'Stand And Fight' RegulationsPresident Joe Biden revealed new executive orders Thursday morning in the Rose Garden with families of gun violence victims, including those of some of the children killed in the Sandy Hook massacre.
Rep. Lee Zeldin Announces Run For Governor Of New YorkZeldin, 41, has represented New York's 1st congressional district, which covers most of Central and Eastern Suffolk County, since 2015.
Cuomo Accuser Speaks Out In Newspaper About Alleged Groping At Governor's MansionIn a revealing newspaper report, the woman says she believes the governor was grooming her.
Gov. Cuomo Responds To Reports He Arranged Special Access To COVID Tests For Family, FriendsHe says he wasn't involved in the testing program on that level.
New Jersey Assemblyman Proposes Mobile COVID-19 Testing And Vaccination Sites To Help Boost Business At The ShoreTourism took a big hit last summer at places like Seaside Park. But a New Jersey Assembly member is hoping mobile COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites will get things rolling again.
Gov. Cuomo Set To Sign $212 Billion State Budget, Including Mobile Sports BettingThe State Senate approved the plan overnight, with the legislative session wrapping up around 3:30 a.m.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Lawmakers Agree On New York State Budget, Including Legalized Mobile Sports BettingIt will spend a record $29.5 billion in aid to schools and provide $2.4 billion for rent and relief for homeowners.
President Biden Moves Up Deadline For Adult Eligibility For COVID Vaccine To April 19Tuesday, 36 states have opened eligibility for vaccinations to people ages 16 and older, while 12 more and the District Columbia are already set to do so by April 19.
COVID Vaccine: Congressman Expresses Concern About Vaccination Rates In 2 New York City BoroughsAccording to the Department of Health, 36% of the city's population has had at least one dose. But in the Bronx and Brooklyn, that number is 31%, compared to Manhattan, where it's 44%.
COVID Impact: Marriott Hotel Workers Enlist NYC Councilman To Help Get Their Jobs Back After Pandemic EndsSeveral hundred employees who were let go from a popular hotel in Times Square say they deserve their jobs back when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Andrew Yang Hospitalized With Kidney Stone In New York CityIn a tweet, Yang's wife Evelyn said he is "doing well" and on medication.
In Effort To Stop Senseless Violence, Asian American Federation Starts 'Hope Against Hate' CampaignThere was a call for action Thursday, amid the rise in attacks against Asian-Americans.
De Blasio Blasts Cuomo Over Reports Saying Governor's New Book Paints Unflattering Picture Of NYC MayorThe state's best-known frenemies are at it again.
New York Legalizes Adult-Use Marijuana: 'A Historic Day'New Yorkers 21 and older will be able to legally buy cannabis from authorized retail outlets, possess up to three ounces, and grow their own plants.