Federal Investigators Looking Into Giuliani's Ties With Men Indicted On Campaign Finance ViolationsFederal investigators are looking into Rudy Giuliani's involvement with two men indicted for campaign finance violations, a person familiar with the matter told CBS News.
U.S. To Evacuate More Troops From Northern Syria, Defense Secretary SaysThe U.S. is "preparing to evacuate" about 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria "as safely and quickly as possible," Defense Secretary Mark Esper told "Face the Nation" in an interview Sunday.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: With A Little Help, Brooklyn Pretzel Company Finally Gets Its Hook-UpNational Grid has lost another battle in its campaign to use customers as pawns in its fight with the state over a gas pipeline.
Newark Water Crisis: Murphy Seeks $500 Million Bond To Replace Lead Paint, PipesGov. Phil Murphy has laid out a strategy to tackle the state's ongoing lead crisis. On Thursday, he announced a multi-faceted plan to make the state's water system lead free within 10 years.
Rep. King, Long Island Officials Launch Offensive Against Flavored E-Cigarettes, Teen VapingOfficials on Wednesday announced plans to combat the vaping crisis, just one day after New York reported its first death linked to the devices.
Turkey Launches Airstrikes On Syria After Trump Pulls Back U.S. TroopsTurkey launched airstrikes and fired artillery aimed at crushing Kurdish fighters in northern Syria on Wednesday after U.S. troops pulled back from the area.
Fired Long Island Skydiving Teacher Among Cases U.S. Supreme Court Hearing On LGBTQ Workplace RightsThe Supreme Court cases will determine if it is legal under existing federal law to fire an employee based on sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Gov. Cuomo: NYC Subway Trains Will Soon Be Speeding UpThere is some good news for commuters. Your daily subway ride may soon be faster.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Joins LI Students To Call For Flavored E-Cigarette BanSchumer says he supports lawsuits aimed at e-cigarette makers but they would take years to wind through the courts.
Trump Administration Blocks Ambassador From Testifying On UkraineU.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland was ordered not to appear for his deposition by the State Department, according to a statement issued by his attorney.
Long Island Rep. Rice Introduces Bill That Would Prevent Domestic Violence Abusers From Buying FirearmsOn a quiet residential street in Baldwin, victims of domestic abuse say please help those suffering behind closed doors.
Department Of Homeless Services Commish Hopes Chinatown Killings Lead To Better City, State ProgramsAs New Yorkers confront the horror of the Chinatown rampage, there has been finger pointing, blame and the hunt for solutions.
State Police, NYPD To Work Together To Keep Jewish Neighborhoods Safe During Yom KippurGov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for increased police presence in Jewish neighborhoods during Yom Kippur. This comes as hate crimes against those of Jewish faith have risen in recent months.
Republicans Call U.S. Pull-Back From Syria 'Betrayal' Of AlliesSome of President Trump's strongest Republican supporters are condemning his decision to remove U.S. forces from outposts in northeast Syria in order to clear the way for a Turkish incursion.
Judge Rejects Trump's Challenge To Release Of His Tax ReturnsTrump's lawyers have said the investigation is politically motivated and that the quest for his tax records should be stopped because he is immune from any criminal probe as long as he is president.