Spitzer Heckled, Asks Public For ‘Forgiveness’ In Bid For NYC ComptrollerFormer Gov. Eliot Spitzer met with voters in Union Square on Monday to launch his comeback attempt.
Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Renamed After Late Gov. Hugh CareyThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority officially renamed the tunnel, nearly two years after Albany gave the name change the green light.
Cuomo Appoints Ex-Gov. Paterson To MTA BoardFormer Gov. David Paterson has worn many different hats and now he's trying on a new one.
NYC Taxis Getting New Technology To Help Visually ImpairedSome New York City taxis are getting technology to help visually impaired riders make sure they're not being taken for a ride.
Colleagues Remember Fallen Agent; Possible L.I. 'Friendly Fire' Death Highlights Training FlawsThere is little training to teach law enforcement officers on how to handle encounters with off-duty and plainclothes officers, often leading to tragic results.
MTA Chairman Jay Walder Announces ResignationJay Walder is resigning as chairman and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority effective Oct. 21.
Analysis: Cuomo Expected To Threaten LayoffsGov. Andrew Cuomo's firm yet vague threat to lay off thousands of state workers as part of the budget he'll present Tuesday has employees and their families shaking.
NY Jewish Leaders Criticize Kosher Inspector CutsThe division's eight inspectors and an assistant were laid-off Jan. 1. The cuts were implemented under former Gov. David Paterson. Only the division's director is still employed.
Paterson Pardons Three More Subject To DeportationGov. David Paterson announced on Thursday three more pardons to individuals subject to deportation.
Paterson Defends Commuting Sentence Of WhiteGov. David Paterson defended his decision to commute the sentence of a father who killed a teenager on Friday.
Paterson Pardons 24 To Stop DeportationsGov. David Paterson has issued pardons to 24 immigrants with prior criminal convictions, to prevent their deportation.