U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman Resigns After Feud With Trump AdministrationA top federal prosecutor in Manhattan stepped down from his position Saturday after the Trump administration fired him.
Trump Holds Rally In Tulsa Despite Coronavirus ConcernsPresident Trump returned to the campaign trail Saturday night with a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that lasted over an hour and a half and made few mentions of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Attorney In New York Says He's Not ResigningBerman said in a statement that he'd learned he was stepping down from “press reports.”
Supreme Court Blocks Trump Effort To Wind Down DACA ProgramThe Supreme Court on Thursday ruled the Trump administration's attempt to dismantle an Obama-era program that protects young undocumented immigrants from deportation was unlawful.
NYC Council Passes Series Of Police Reforms, Including Officers Required To Show Badge NumbersThe City Council passed a package of police reforms on Thursday. Some of the legislation lingered for years, only to get fast tracked amid the protests.
New York City On Pace For Phase 2 Monday, Allowing Restaurants To Reopen With Outdoor DiningAll establishments must follow social distancing rules, and employees and customers have to wear face coverings if they’re within six feet of people.
Gov. Cuomo: Final Decision On New York City Phase 2 Reopening Coming Friday, But All Signs Look GoodIt appears Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are finally on the same page as far as when New York City will enter Phase 2 of reopening.
More Mixed Messages: Gov. Cuomo Says NYC On Track For Phase 2 Reopening Monday, But Mayor De Blasio Pumps The BreaksMany people in New York City are looking forward to Phase 2 on the road to reopening from the coronavirus pandemic. But not everyone is clear on the rules.
Gov. Cuomo Says Massive Statewide Police Reform Initiative Will Be Implemented By April 1, 2021Gov. Andrew Cuomo has sent a clear message to police departments statewide: You have until April 1, 2021 to reform.
New York State Reports Just 17 New Coronavirus Deaths, Gov. Cuomo Attacks Federal Government’s COVID-19 PoliciesGov. Andrew Cuomo delivered positive developments and also took the federal government to task over its handling of the pandemic during his daily media briefing on Wednesday.
N.Y. Lawmakers In Playground Fight With Mayor De BlasioA trio of lawmakers are continuing a back-and-forth dispute with Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city about reopening playgrounds.
Gov. Cuomo: US Open Tennis Tournament A Go For Late AugustSports fans, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has really good news.
NYPD Announces Reassignment Of All 600 Undercover Anti-Crime Officers; Protests Continue For 19th Straight DayAs the protests for police reform continue in New York City for now a third straight week, the NYPD announced Monday it is getting rid of undercover anti-crime officers.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Civil Rights Law Protects LGBTQ Workers From DiscriminationThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday it is illegal for employers to fire workers because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Expert: New Generation Making Progress Addressing Long Island's Struggles With RacismVoices were raised across Long Island on Monday. A strikingly peaceful array: multi-racial, multi-ethnic.