Democrat Nadler Calls White House's Impeachment Rebuttal 'Errant Nonsense'The White House argued the articles "fail to allege any crime or violation of law" and that the president asserted legitimate "executive branch confidentiality interests."
Impeachment Managers Say In Brief That Trump's Midconduct Is 'A Danger' To National SecurityHouse impeachment managers submitted a 100-page brief Saturday arguing that the case for removing President Trump from office is clear.
Impeachment Trial: What's Ahead For President TrumpThe Senate has filed an official summons to President Donald Trump and to the impeachment managers for them to appear during the trial.
Talking Points: ICE, NYC Battle Over Sanctuary City PolicyThe war of words specifically stems from whether the man charged in the death of a 92-year-old Queens woman should have been deported after an earlier attack.
Point Of View: New York Attorney General Letitia James Talks NYPD Probe, Sanctuary Cities & Bail ReformsThe lawyer of the people joined CBSN New York's political reporter Marcia Kramer for this week’s episode of “The Point.”
ICE, NYC Officials Remain At Odds Over Enforcement Of Immigration PoliciesActing head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Matthew Albence spoke out specifically against New York City on Friday.
Impeachment Trial Of President Trump Begins In U.S. SenateOn a day steeped in tradition and decorum, the Senate formally took over President Trump's impeachment case on Thursday as the chief justice of the Supreme Court and senators swore an oath to administer "impartial justice" in the upcoming trial.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Unveils $95.3 Billion NYC Budget, Officials Fear Cuts In State AidThe state's desire to cut aid to New York City is no secret.
House Delivers Impeachment Articles To Senate, Setting Stage For Historic TrialThe House of Representatives formally delivered two articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate on Wednesday.
Democratic Candidates Meet For Last Debate Before Iowa CaucusesSix Democratic presidential candidates made their case on Tuesday night from Des Moines at the last debate before the Iowa caucuses — the first nominating contest of 2020.
Exclusive: Long Island Family Blames College Graduate Son's Death On Bail ReformA devastated family says their son was killed in a crash with a drunk driver who should've never been on the road. And they're blaming bail reform for putting him there.
AG James Gives NYPD Until Feb. 10 To Turn Over Records On Subway Fare Evasion TacticsIt is a conundrum faced by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Police Department that has people who ride subways and buses in the crosshairs.
Chris Christie Appears At 'Bridgegate' Convictions Case Before U.S. Supreme CourtFormer New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made an unexpected visit to the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday as justices heard arguments in the "Bridegate" corruption case.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Delivers State Of The State AddressMurphy has signed a number of bills fulfilling campaign promises, including a phased-in $15 minimum wage and tax hikes to pay for transit and education.
N.J. Parents Come Out In Force To Protest Controversial Vaccination BillThe demonstration went on for hours outside as lawmakers tried to cast votes on several bills inside.