Democrats will grind U.S. Senate business to a halt tonight in a protest against Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare.

The Democrats will use this “talk-a-thon” to discuss a potential bill they haven’t seen and can’t stop without the votes of at least three GOP senators if and when it reaches the floor.

President Trump may have tweeted last week that he was being investigated for firing former FBI director James Comey, but that doesn’t mean he meant it, according to White House adviser Kellyanne Conway.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today a disparagement provision of federal trademark law violated the First Amendment in what could be a major win for the Washington Redskins.

Renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement could spill into next year, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said.

Megyn Kelly’s controversial interview with Alex Jones on NBC ended up a distant third in the network ratings race during its first half hour last night.

Former Vice President Joe Biden tops a list of prospective Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential race in a new survey.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged transit officials to discount fares for some Long Island commuters because of disruptions planned during Amtrak’s summer repair program at Pennsylvania Station, the busiest U.S. train hub.

Cuomo once said the dilapidated Amtrak shaft carrying commuters under the Hudson River from New Jersey into Manhattan was “not my tunnel” when the federal government asked to put up state cash toward its repair, but today he insisted the project to refurbish the tube and construct a parallel conduit for trains is “desperately needed.”

Ex-lobbyist Todd Howe, likely to serve as the federal government’s key cooperating witness in a wide-ranging corruption trial this fall involving past associates of Cuomo, “has obtained employment and a residence in the District of Idaho,” his attorneys told a judge.

The state Senate unanimously passed an amended version of legislation that would provide for insurance coverage for cancers developed by volunteer firefighters during the course of their duties.

Hillary, Bill and Chelsea Clinton were spotted in the audience of “Come From Away,” a Tony Award-winning Broadway musical about the 38 planes forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

New Yorkers like the revisions proposed for the “Common Core” learning standards, according to a survey released today.

Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was in the market for a new BBQ grill this past weekend.

Cuomo today announced that the Great New York State Fair will host a professionally judged beer competition to further promote New York’s growing craft beverage industry.

In a Washington Post OpEd, Rep. Chris Collins said that he will carry a gun while traveling in his district not only to protect himself, but also to protect his constituents if “a threat to their safety, should it ever occur because of my presence.”

New York’s public water supplies need stronger protections to ensure clean drinking water and prevent contamination that could result in health problems, according to a report released today by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office.

The DEC’s recently released unit management plan for much of the state land around the Tri-Lakes calls for sweeping changes to some popular camping areas, and for opening new campsites to offset the closure of others.

If Queens Sen. Jose Peralta jumps into the coming race to replace retiring NYC Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras-Copeland, he’s in for a fusillade of attacks over his membership in the IDC.

Peralta, furious after a Queens landlord sent letters to tenants demanding they prove they’re in the country legally or risk eviction, filed a complaint today with the state attorney general’s office.

This happened at the state Capitol today.