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New York Post › Opinions › 2 hours ago
Gov. Andrew Cuomo upped his histrionics on the Long Island natural-gas crisis Tuesday, formally threatening to revoke the license of National Grid, the utility that has stopped taking new gas customers. The company says it can’t take on new...
Washington Times › 21 hours ago
New York City police detained two women for selling churros without a license at subway stations, sparking backlash from social media users and at least one city official.
UPI › 1 day ago
A federal judge on Monday dismissed lawsuit by President Donald Trump to stop the House Ways and Means Committee from obtaining state tax returns under a law recently enacted by New York.
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
The New York State Energy Research Development Authority really doesn’t want you to know how much you’ll have to pay for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s offshore-wind boondoggles. Our recent editorial on this waste cited the Empire Center’s Ken Girardin...
New York Post › Opinions › 2 days ago
You know things are bad when Mayor Bill de Blasio’s being more rational on an issue than Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But that’s the state of play on bracing for the impact of New York’s demented new rules on bail and pre-trial discovery. Come Jan. 1...
New York Post › 4 days ago
A federal judge threw out a lawsuit Friday that challenged New York’s new law allowing illegal immigrants to apply for and obtain driver’s licenses. Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns, the Democrat who filed the suit against Gov. Cuomo, New York...
Washington Times › 4 days ago
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office says authorities have foiled a plot by three students to attack a middle school.
ABC News › 4 days ago
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office says authorities have foiled a plot by three students to attack a middle school
Washington Examiner › Incident › 4 days ago
New York City announced a new perks program that aims to get accused criminals to show up at their scheduled court hearings.
New York Post › 5 days ago
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday he and his three daughters will spend the Thanksgiving holiday in Puerto Rico to help boost tourism on the American island that was ravaged by Hurricane Maria in 2017. Cuomo received thunderous applause when he...
The Wall Street Journal › 5 days ago
State officials recently wrote down more than $1 billion in economic development investments on some high-tech projects across upstate New York, including the solar-panel factory in Buffalo operated by Tesla.
New York Post › 6 days ago
District attorneys across the state slammed Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday after he said law enforcement agencies don’t need more funding to implement new criminal justice reforms. “I think they’ve gotten additional funding, and they’re getting...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
In a letter to the right, Gov. Andrew Cuomo responds passionately to Michael Goodwin’s Sunday column faulting the gov and other politicians for their unrelenting hostility to the first president from New York since FDR. Passionately, but not...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
Fact check on The Post and Michael Goodwin: To say we didn’t try to work with Trump is just a lie. The Post published our efforts to stop, and then repeal, the Trump SALT tax increase. The only increase in taxes in the state of New York since I have...
New York Post › 6 days ago
Just a year after getting reelected to a third term, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s fundraising machine is going full bore — as a controversial state commission considers limiting campaign cash from wealthy donors who’ve filled his campaign kitty. The Cuomo...
New York Post › 6 days ago
It’s fair to say this upstate family is not in a New York state of mind. The Contes opened Hippos: The House of Billiards 30 years ago in Yorkville, NY. As of Friday, however, the family was forced to shut its doors after sustaining flood damage. But...
New York Post › Opinions › 6 days ago
New York is a city of some 8.6 million souls. But is there a single reformer in the house who wants to be the next mayor? The question is an urgent one. Day by day, evidence mounts that the city is in serious decline. Cheating is rampant in schools...
New York Post › 1 week ago
New York State’s Medicaid costs are exploding — forcing Gov. Andrew Cuomo to slash the program’s expenses by $1.5 billion before the end of the fiscal year that ends March 31 and already triggering howls of protests that nursing homes will have...
New York Post › Opinions › 1 week ago
As dumb as the moves sound, the state’s drive to spring some 900 city jailbirds early and the city’s plans to bribe them to show up for court are fully in the spirit of the “reform” law that kicks in Jan. 1. That’s the real problem. Gov...
Washington Times › Sports › 1 week ago
New York is unlikely to approve statewide mobile sports betting anytime soon.
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