President Biden, Vice President Harris Officially Sworn Into OfficeJoseph R. Biden, Jr., was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, urging a bitterly divided country to come together at a perilous time in American history while moving quickly to begin implementing his agenda.
Tracing Presidential Oath Of Office To Nation's 1st Inauguration Day In New York CityThe first presidential inauguration with George Washington was held in 1789 in New York City. 
Former NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg Named Deputy Secretary Of TransportationTrottenberg stepped down from her job in New York City last month to join Biden's presidential transition team. 
U.S. Capitol Briefly Locked Down Because Of Nearby Fire As Security Tight Ahead Of InaugurationWith concerns of an insider attack, background investigations are being conducted on nearly 20,000 National Guard soldiers working security.
New York Congressman Adriano Espaillat Tests Positive For COVID-19The Democrat, who represents parts of Manhattan and the Bronx, received his second dose of the coronavirus vaccine last week. 
Gov. Cuomo Reveals Plans To Transform Manhattan's Central Business District In State Of The State AddressGov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled ambitious plans to jumpstart and reimagine the New York economy in the wake of the pandemic – and it could start in Manhattan’s central  business district.
Live Updates: House Democrats File Impeachment Charge Against President TrumpHouse Democrats move closer to impeaching the president for the second time, less than two weeks before he leaves office.
Capitol Chaos: Slain Capitol Police Officer Identified As New Jersey Native Brian SicknickThe 42-year-old grew up in South River and served as a staff sergeant with the New Jersey National Guard for two tours overseas.
Photos: FBI Searching For Suspects Who Stormed U.S. Capitol BuildingThe FBI is seeking the public's help identifying members of the riotous mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6, 2021.
Capitol Chaos: Sen. Schumer, Others Say President Trump Should Be Removed From Office Under 25th AmendmentUnder the 25th Amendment, the president can be removed from duty if the vice president and majority of cabinet members determine he is unfit for office and unable to discharge the powers and his duties
Capitol Chaos: Congress Affirms President-Elect Biden's Victory After SiegeEarly Thursday morning, Vice President Mike Pence announced that President-elect Joe Biden had won the presidency after Congress finished counting the Electoral College votes.
Protesters Rally Outside Trump Tower To Condemn Violence In Nation's CapitalPolice said the protest outside Trump Tower in Midtown was largely peaceful. It lasted about three hours, with no injuries or property damage.
Campaign 2021: Max Rose Announces He Is Not Running For Mayor Of New York CityRose filed paperwork with the New York City Campaign Finance Board for a potential mayoral run but said he decided not to, "after serious consideration."
Shaun Donovan, Former HUD Secretary, Joins Race For New York City MayorDonovan served as United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 2009 to 2014 under President Barack Obama.
Should Politics Be On The Discussion Menu On Thanksgiving? Experts Weigh InGetting ready to gather virtually with family on Thursday? How will you navigate inevitable conversations about the still-contentious election? Is politics simply to be avoided? Can it be?