Three more Proud Boys arrested for New York City brawl, charged with rioting, misdemeanor assault

New York Police have apprehended five of the nine Proud Boy members authorities said were involved in the Oct. 12 street brawl.

Andrew Cuomo easily defeats Cynthia Nixon in New York gubernatorial primary

Cuomo is now the odds-on favorite to win a third term as governor, given New York’s strong Democratic bent and the anti-Trump fervor across the country.

Testy race between Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon to end as New York closes out primary season

While a Cuomo victory looks preordained, the race for state attorney general most definitely does not.

Today in Trump’s America: FEMA administrator under fire for use of government vehicles, per report

FEMA administrator Brock Long is under investigation for possibly misusing government vehicles to commute back and forth from Washington, D.C., to his home in North Carolina.

This Week in Politics: Voters will choose Cuomo or Nixon, and Kavanaugh could be confirmed

The 2018 primary elections will come to an end this week while Congress moves forward on spending bills and Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation.

Key moments from the ugly debate between Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his Democratic primary opponent Cynthia Nixon met for their first and only debate Wednesday night.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo paused Harvey Weinstein probe in same month of receiving $25K from his lawyer

The governor's office said the investigation was temporarily suspended to avoid interference with the Manhattan district attorney's investigation.

Parkland survivor says not to believe NRA’s claims of financial hardship

"The NRA is trying to fool us," Parkland survivor David Hogg cautioned Saturday.

Governors threaten to withdraw from Title X program over “gag rule” targeting abortion providers

As a new "gag rule" becomes closer to reality, lawmakers and the medical community are speaking out about its potentially devastating effects.

How states are working to dismantle the “deportation pipeline”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is the latest blue-state governor to offer pardons to immigrants facing deportation as a result of past criminal convictions.

Andrew Cuomo won’t call for abolishing ICE — but his opponent Cynthia Nixon just did

On Wednesday progressive candidate for New York governor Cynthia Nixon said she supports abolishing ICE, while her incumbent opponent declined to do the same.

Cynthia Nixon and Andrew Cuomo now have another competitor to contend with — and no one is sure why

A fourth candidate has just entered the race for New York governor and nobody seems to know why.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump embraces pro-Confederate Senate nominee Corey Stewart

While national Republicans are likely to distance themselves from Corey Stewart — who has embraced Confederate symbols and neo-Nazi figures — Trump congratulated Stewart on his win.

Cynthia Nixon visits NYC mosque, while Muslim group points out opponent Andrew Cuomo never has

Members of New York's Muslim Democratic Club claim Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not visited a mosque during his entire tenure as governor.

Why progressives are fine with Hillary Clinton endorsing Andrew Cuomo over Cynthia Nixon

Former critics of Clinton say the decision is completely in keeping with Clinton's politics.

As Andrew Cuomo faces Cynthia Nixon, progressives are confronting him on voter suppression

Left-wing New York Democratic activists are introducing a resolution at the Democratic convention that would allow 2.6 million unaffiliated voters to participate in the Democratic primary.

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Legal experts have faith in special prosecutors despite verdict for officer who shot Delrawn Small

After losing its first related case, the governor’s office said its special prosecutor system was about more than convicting police officers who unjustly kill people.
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Here's what New York's first official LGBTQ monument will look like

Here's our first look at New York's new monument to LGBT communities.

Look out, Vermont. New York wants to be the next great craft beer state

The state is now home to 269 craft breweries — a 542% increase in six years.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is putting an end to the state's tampon tax

Florida is the 13th state to slash taxes on menstrual products.

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Should assaulting police be a hate crime? Lawmakers across the US are saying "Yes."

Social justice activists say the laws are a backlash against Black Lives Matter supporters.

San Diego and Kentucky attacks show the hypocrisy of how the media covers white assailants

When it comes to violent crimes perpetrated by Muslim or Arab attackers, the media scrutinizes every detail.

Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam's death considered "suspicious," NYPD says

Abdus-Salaam's husband speaks out about recent reports that she possibly committed suicide.

Sheila Abdus-Salaam was a "trailblazing" judge in NY. Here's why we should #SayHerName.

News of Sheila Abdus-Salaam's death was initially hidden under the trending topic "Hudson River."

New York may become the largest state to offer free public college this year

The plan will cover tuition costs for all eligible families making less than $125,000 annually.

Trump went after sanctuary cities. New York responded by trying to make its whole state a sanctuary.

New York is following California's lead to protect undocumented immigrants statewide.
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Trump's travel ban is blocking an Iranian baby girl from entering the US for heart surgery

The family of the 4-month-old infant had planned to travel to Portland, Oregon, for the surgery.
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LIRR Train Crash: Latest updates on Wednesday's derailment near Atlantic Terminal

More than 100 passengers were injured.
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