Marijuana Legalization: New Jersey Takes Step Back, Connecticut Moves Forward, New York Stays In NeutralIs the grass greener on the other side of the river? Clearly that was the question of the day after the planned vote to legalize marijuana in New Jersey went up in smoke.
Staten Islanders Have Had It With Flock Of Wild TurkeysThe city was supposed to remove the wild turkeys, but residents say it's taking way too long.
Department Of Homeless Services Commissioner Grilled Over Forgotten Families By City Council And CBS2The head of New York City's Department of Homeless Services was on the hot seat Monday.
De Blasio Breaks With Progressives, Speaks At American Israel ConferenceThe mayor spoke this morning at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference, the country’s leading pro-Israel group.
New York Lawmakers And Residents Are At Odds Over Summarized Findings In Mueller ReportWord of the contents of the Mueller Report is sparking debate from our area's federal lawmakers to New Yorkers from both parties protesting in front of Trump Tower.
Sen. Gillibrand Kicks Off 2020 President Run With Rally In NYCA week after formally launching her presidential campaign, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand held her first rally with a gathering in New York City.
Mueller Did Not Find Trump Campaign 'Conspired Or Coordinated' With RussiaThe Justice Department sent Congress the principle conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation Sunday afternoon.
HUD Head Patton, Malliotakis Blast Mayor De Blasio For Further NYCHA NeglectHousing and Urban Development Director Lynne Patton shined the spotlight on another NYCHA nightmare on Friday.
Mueller Report: Robert Mueller Submits Long-Awaited Report To Attorney GeneralThe filing ends a roughly two-year probe into Russian meddling and any ties to Trump campaign associates, and whether President Trump obstructed justice.
'Deception And Fraud': HUD Official Accuses Mayor De Blasio And NYCHA Of Wasting Millions In Public Housing Funds“Should criminal charges be pursued?” Marcia Kramer asked. “I personally think they should… deception and fraud… blatant deception and fraud," Lynne Patton alleged.
Legal Sports Betting Is Likely Coming To New York, But Not To Residents' SmartphonesThe New York State Gaming Commission is expected to allow legal sports betting before the start of summer. But it won't be like New Jersey.
Mayor: NYC Fighting 'Affordability Crisis' As Recent Poll Suggests Mass Exodus Could Be ComingMillions of New Yorkers say they can't afford to live here anymore.