A current senior White House has been identified as a significant person of interest in the investigation into coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Trump told Russians firing “nut job” FBI Director James Comey took the pressure off of him, adding he’s not under investigation.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told Congress he knew Comey would be fired before he wrote a critical memo about him.

Trump, meanwhile, boarded Air Force one for his first foreign trip as president where he’ll meet with Middle Eastern and European leaders.

Across the country, unionized workers at AT&T walked out Friday afternoon and will stay on strike until Monday morning.

Attorneys for former SUNY Polytechnic head Alain Kaloyeros ask judge to throw out evidence seized from phone and emails in corruption case.

Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle is planning to introduce bill that would provide $105 million for parties affected by Lake Ontario flooding.

New York’s “free tuition” isn’t helping Sage Colleges in Albany and Troy and now they’re making cuts.

The Buffalo Jills are cheering a state Supreme Court judge’s ruling for them in lawsuit against the Bills and other.

Youngsters are taking over Western New York school boards.