Cuomo Says He'll Ask Trump To Reverse Move On Global Entry
Governor Cuomo will meet with President Trump to discuss their standoff over the federal government's trusted traveler programs.
Court Rules Fantasy Sports Contests Are Illegal Gambling
Daily fantasy sports contests face an uncertain future in New York after an appellate court ruled that the activity amounts to illegal gambling.
DHS Cuts New Yorkers Off From 'Trusted Traveler' Programs
The Department of Homeland Security says New York residents will be cut off from ‘trusted traveler’ programs because of a state law that prevents immigration officials from accessing motor vehicle records.
Woman Who Aided Two Killers In NY Prison Escape Released
The former prison tailor who helped two killers escape a maximum-security New York prison has been released after more than four years behind bars.
Not Guilty: Split Senate Acquits Trump Of Impeachment
The U.S. Senate has acquitted President Donald Trump of impeachment, ending only the third presidential trial in American history with votes that split the country and tested civic norms.
Judge Sets Bail Despite New Law, Then Allows For Appeal
A city court judge set bail in a misdemeanor case despite a new state law that eliminates cash bail for most non-violent offenses.
New York Had Record Low Number Of Hunting Accidents In 2019
New York officials say 2019 was the safest on record for hunting in the state.
Hall Of Fame Voter Who Snubbed Jeter Keeps Ballot Private
The lone baseball writer who did not vote for Derek Jeter for the Hall of Fame chose to keep his or her ballot private.
Democrats Lay Big Caucus Egg: No Results from Iowa Election
Democratic Party officials in Iowa are working furiously to deliver the delayed results of their first-in-the-nation caucus.
Governor Signs Limo Safety Bills Inspired By Deadly Crashes
New York's governor has signed a package of limousine safety bills inspired by deadly crashes in 2015 and 2018.
Bernard Ebbers, Ex-CEO Convicted in WorldCom Scandal, Dies
Bernie Ebbers, the convicted former chief of telecoms company WorldCom, has died. He was 78. According to a family statement, Ebbers died on Sunday just over a month after his early release from prison. He had been convicted in 2005 for 25 years on securities fraud and other charges for his role in …
Super Rally: Mahomes, Chiefs Win NFL title with Late Surge
The Chiefs trailed 20-10 and faced a third and 15 when Mahomes threw to Tyreek Hill for 44 yards.
Letter With Apparent Fentanyl Sickens 11 At Dannemora Prison
New York state officials say employees at a maximum security prison fell ill after a letter containing suspected fentanyl was opened.
NFL's Saints Accused of Helping Shape Clergy Sex Abuse List
...Saints emails show the team actively helping decide “which names should or should not” be included in the archdiocese's list of credibly accused clergy.
US Advises Against Travel to China; Virus Declared Emergency
The U.S. has advised against all travel to China after the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of a new virus that has spread to more than a dozen countries a global emergency.
Ex-Judge Investigated for Making 'Abusive' Demands to Staff
Former New York Supreme Court Justice Matthew Rosenbaum has agreed to never run for judicial offie again
Sandy Hook Denier Charged with Having Victim's Dad's ID Info
Authorities say a Florida man who repeatedly harassed parents of shooting victims at Sandy Hook Elementary School has been arrested.
NY Pot Bill Could Bring Higher Possession Threshold
New York could have one of the most lenient marijuana possession thresholds in the nation if an alternative legalization proposal is passed this session.
Giants Eli Manning Retires After 16 Seasons, 2 Super Bowls
Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning has officially retired.