More than 300 cops will focus exclusively on counterterrorism, but they won’t be plucked from local precincts.
Christie has reportedly hired new campaign staff in New Hampshire, where the Republican governor should play to his strengths, said Seton Hall Associate Political Science Professor Matthew Hale.
Four companies have agreed to put their liquid nicotine in child-resistant packaging when sold in the New York, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Tuesday.
The entire Fiscal Year 2016 budget will go to a vote before the full council later this week.
Preparations are underway on Roosevelt Island as Hillary Clinton makes what is being seen as her first major presidential campaign speech this weekend.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that state police have received literally hundreds of leads and possible sightings of two escaped inmates.
A man in his 40s has died, authorities said. They say an elderly woman was shot in the back while she was in the bath inside her apartment.
The source said the woman went to a hospital instead after apparently suffering from a panic attack.
Speaking at parade lunch in April, Chairman John Dunleavy said gay groups will “have a problem” securing a spot in next year’s march, the Irish Voice reported.
As investigators seek accomplices who may have helped two convicted murderers escape a maximum-security prison, many other questions remain about the brash, elaborate breakout.
Friday is the final day for those hoping to win a slot as one of five medical marijuana dispensaries in New York to submit applications.
An investigation is underway into Sunday’s crane accident at a Midtown building that sent a massive air conditioning unit falling hundreds of feet to the ground, injuring 10 people.
Four credit unions lending the buyers of yellow cab medallions are filing a lawsuit, as the Taxi and Limousine Commission considers new regulations on Uber and similar operations.
Seven soccer officials were arrested and 14 indicted Wednesday in a U.S. corruption probe.
The Rockland Legislature’s Special Committee on Transit is meeting at 6:30 p.m. in New City.