The president has become increasingly disillusioned with the state where he made his name and with the man who leads it, Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The lakes are hitting record levels and lakefront communities are asking, what’s next?
The governor will meet with the president on Thursday to discuss the ban on N.Y.-based applications to Trusted Traveler programs.
The Trump administration said the restriction on the travelers' program was in response to a new law in New York. Gov. Cuomo called it a form of "extortion."
The lawsuit will challenge the federal government’s decision to bar New Yorkers from enrolling in programs that allow travelers to skip lines at airports.
If you live in the state, you won’t be able to enroll in Trusted Traveler Programs.
Homeland Security officials accused New York of jeopardizing the country’s safety by restricting access to motor vehicle databases.
How does the suspension affect those currently enrolled, those who have applied and those who want to apply in the future?
The move escalates a clash between the administration and the state over a law that allows undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses.
Data showed that reported shootings, robberies and some other serious crimes increased last month compared with January 2019.
Even as New York transit emerged from a crisis, a feud grew between Andy Byford, the subway leader, and his boss, Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Albany should cut costs instead of sticking local governments with the state’s growing bill.
Andy Byford has been praised for reversing the decline of the system. Now transit leaders “don’t want to lose the momentum.”
Now it’s up to Governor Cuomo to build on the departing subway chief’s impressive progress.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to cut New York’s Medicaid costs by $2.5 billion.
The mayor proposed a city budget with the smallest percentage increase in his six years in office, fearing a state deficit.
Many ports — all along the coast of California, in parts of Europe, even in China — have found a solution to idling luxury liners. In New York, they’re still a problem.
The governor and the utility have been fighting for months over a proposed pipeline and a moratorium on new gas hookups.