Lawmakers To Take Look At Early Voting In New York
New York is taking a look at how its first experiment with early voting went.
Syracuse Suspends Fraternity After Report of Racial Slur
Chancellor Kent Syverud said officials have already “assembled substantial evidence, including security camera video, eyewitness accounts and interviews.”
Syracuse routs Duke 49-6, snaps 4-game slide
The Orange’s new-look defense kept its opponent out of the end zone and snapped a 4-game skid.
At Least 6 Hurt In Southern California High School Shooting
At least six people were injured during a shooting at a Southern California high school Thursday morning, authorities said.
GOP Rep. Peter King Retiring, Giving Dems New 2020 Target
Rep. Peter King, a moderate Republican who has represented a Long Island congressional district for nearly 30 years, announced Monday he won't seek reelection.
NY Governor: Students’ Plot To Attack School Foiled
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office says authorities have foiled a plot by three students to attack a middle school.
Bail Law Draws Criticism From New York Republican Lawmakers
Republicans and law enforcement authorities are decrying an overhaul to New York's bail law that will go into effect at the beginning of next year.
Matchbox Cars, Coloring Book, Magic Make Toy Hall Of Fame
Matchbox cars, the coloring book and the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering have been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
Most New Yorkers Won’t See Premium Increases On Marketplace
State health officials say nearly all New Yorkers won't see health care premium increases through the marketplace set up by former President Barack Obama's signature health law.
Over A Quarter Of A Million Vote Early In New York
The state Board of Elections says more than 256,000 people cast their ballots before Election Day statewide between Oct. 26 and Nov. 3 under New York's new early voting law.