Supreme Court Signals Support For Upholding Mississippi Abortion BanSome are calling this the most significant abortion case since Roe vs. Wade.
Anne Donnelly, Nassau County's New District Attorney, On Her Goals In Office: 'A Big Responsibility That I Take Seriously'Career prosecutor Donnelly upset State Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a former federal prosecutor, after she turned the campaign into a referendum on New York's controversial bail reform law.
Attorney General's Office Releases Another Round Of Transcripts In Andrew Cuomo InvestigationIn addition to the transcripts of former aides, Attorney General Letitia James made public video statements of the governor, his top aide, Melissa DeRosa, and many of the women involved in the case.
Rikers Island Chaos: Lawmakers Say Conditions Still Inhumane, Correction Officers' Overtime Totals Nearly $99 Million Over Last 10 MonthsA delegation of lawmakers is raising more concerns about the crisis on Rikers Island, saying conditions are still inhumane.
Congressman Tom Suozzi Joins New York Governor RaceSuozzi represents Long Island and parts of Queens in New York's 3rd Congressional District.
ER At Long Beach Hospital That Initially Closed Due To Vaccine Hesitancy To Reopen Friday MorningThe governor said the state Department of Health worked with hospital officials and community leaders to get the emergency department back up and running.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Sees Significant Drop In IncomeThe loss of income means he won't have to pay the so-called millionaires tax he signed into law last year. 
Assembly Probe Finds 'Overwhelming Evidence' Of Sexual Harassment By Former Gov. Andrew CuomoThe Assembly said in August it would release the report, days after it suspended impeachment proceedings.
New York City Bodega Owners Wary Of New Grocery Delivery Apps, Want City Hall To Help Them Adopt Same TechnologySmall business owners in New York fear thousands of bodegas could close in the coming months due to the emergence of new grocery delivery apps.
Thomas Jefferson Statue Removed From NYC Council Chamber; Next Stop: New York Historical SocietyThe statue was donated to the city in 1834. It was commissioned by a U.S. Navy commodore to honor Jefferson's commitment to religious freedom.
New York Blood Center Hoping For City Council Approval To Greatly Expand Its Upper East Side HeadquartersSupporters say it's crucial to not only our blood supply, but life-saving research. Opponents say the plans would set a dangerous precedent for the whole city.