Roger Ailes, the combative ex-chairman of Fox News who reshaped cable news and was ousted last year amid a sexual harassment scandal, has died.

President Trump on Thursday told TV anchors at a luncheon he is the victim of a “witch hunt” when asked about the investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russia and possible interference.

At a press conference, Trump denied he pressured ex-FBI Director James Comey to drop the investigation and called for the next question.

The president’s advisers are urging him to hire an outside lawyer as the investigation moves to a new, more fraught phase with a special counsel.

Rep. Trey Gowdy is expected to replace outgoing Rep. Jason Chaffetz — who will retire in June — as chairman of the House Oversight Committee.

One person is dead and at least 22 others injured after a car was driven the wrong way through Times Square early Thursday afternoon.

City and state officials said there was no indication the crash was an act of terrorism.

A lawyer for ex-Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos argued in court today he deserves a new trial based on a Supreme Court ruling.

Xerox Corp. says that it’s eliminating 175 positions and closing a warehouse in Webster that are due to end by March of next year.

Construction union boss Gary LaBarbera gushed on Thursday that Gov. Cuomo is the best governor in the country.

A state trooper is in critical condition on Thursday after he was hit by a truck in Steuben County.

Ex-Orange County Executive Ed Diana is running for town supervisor of Wallkill.

The FCC is moving forward with a plan to rollback net neutrality rules put in place during the Obama administration.

Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin has officially filed to run for Rensselaer County executive.

Wait — what’s happening in this photo, Chuck Schumer and Ben Sasse?!