Dartmouth’s transition to a co-educational environment shaped the views and lives of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and her Republican opponent Wendy Long.

Local governments are preparing for a second straight year of living within the property-tax cap as they prepared their 2013 budgets.

The TU editorial board applauded Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s handling of the JP Morgan lawsuit.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pushing a new re-zoning of midtown Manhattan.

For Democratic Senate candidate Robin Andrews, the past is prologue on same-sex marriage. She wants to talk jobs and her business experience.

An official with the U.S. Field and Wild Life Service is raising concerns about a pipeline between Pennsylvania and New York.

Like the rest of us, anti-fracking opponents are trying to read the tea leaves on what Gov. Andrew Cuomo will ultimately do on the controversial natural-gas extraction process.

The Buffalo News has more on that Siena College poll for the Collins-Hochul race, including the interplay of the presidential race.

Local IDAs spent $4,100 per job created, and some are questioning whether the tax incentives are all that effective.

Many of the sexual harassment cases settled by the state are within the prison system.

At issue in the North Country House race between Bill Owens and Matt Doheny: school lunches.

The average wealth of Congress is increasing and most have weathered the economic recession quite well.

Rep. Peter King argues that after his strong debate performance, Mitt Romney can actually help down-ballot New York Republicans next month.

President Obama raised a staggering $181 million in September.

But a new poll shows Romney is narrowing the gap against Obama.

The Obamas did finally mark their 20th anniversary without Romney present.

National Public Radio is hosting a presidential debate featuring the third-party candidates.

In case you missed it because of technical glitches or had other plans Saturday, here’s the Bill O’Reilly versus Jon Stewart debate.