Jeffrey Toobin examines the “paranoid style” of Rudy Giuliani.

Gov. Cuomo does not think there is enough support for a congestion pricing plan with the public.

Cuomo also calls the Port Authority “less political” today.

Queens Sen. Tony Avella clarifies that his bill wouldn’t actually ban machetes.

A federal judge denied Bernie Kerik’s request for an early end to his supervised released.

About 800,000 healthcare.gov customers were given incorrect tax information.

After a federal court halted President Obama’s executive order, Rep. Grace Meng canceled an immigration event in her district.

Tioga Downs CEO Jeff Gural is still fuming over the state casino siting board snubbing the Southern Tier.

Speaker Carl Heastie has formed a working group that will help the Assembly go paperless.

A mailer from Sen. Mike Gianaris raises concerns with a project being proposed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.

A report finds violent crime has gone down in the city of Rochester to the lowest level in a decade.

Rep. Elise Stefanik on Friday returned from a multi-country visit with the troops stationed in the Middle East.

Opposition over the “Squirrel Slam” hunt highlights the upstate-downstate divide, the D&C’s David Andreatta argues.

In his State of the City address, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown pledged to crack down on illegal guns.

Uber is not the only cause for medallions being devalued, the Taxi and Limousine commissioner says.

Mark Cuban is picking a fight with Preet Bharara.

Death by Batman?