RIP Edith Windsor, the gay-rights activist whose landmark U.S. Supreme Court case struck down the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 and granted same-sex married couples federal recognition for the first time and rights to myriad federal benefits, who died today in Manhattan at the age of 88.

Three Democrats from states Trump won in 2016 will join the president tonight for dinner as the White House seeks sweeping tax reform, congressional aides said.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to release his long-awaited “Medicare for all” bill tomorrow afternoon with the backing of several prominent Democrats – including New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.

New York Times white House correspondents Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush have a book deal.

New York-based publisher Random House revealed that the untitled book will be “about the first years of the Trump administration, a comprehensive, deeply reported look at a history-making president.” No release date or terms have been released.

Trump reportedly tuned in to Steve Bannon’s interview on “60 Minutes” and thought his former top strategist gave a “forceful defense of him.”

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have handed Democrats their most potent opportunity in half a decade to hammer Republicans on climate change. But instead, they’re mostly keeping quiet.

A group of protesters calling on NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to speed up his planned 10-year timetable for shuttering Rikers Island greeted him and first lady Chirlane McCray as they arrived at the Park Slope public library just before 8 a.m. to cast his ballot.

De Blasio defended Lower East Side City Council candidate Carlina Rivera, who lives in low-income housing — even though her hubby owns an apartment and spends his time sailing on his rich dad’s yacht.

New York state has agreed to pay a Russian heavyweight boxer $22 million for brain damage he suffered in a 2013 bout the Inspector General later said was mishandled by employees of the state Athletic Commission

Hillary Clinton fans who lined up by the hundreds to grab a copy of her new book “What Happened” wondered what happened indeed when she was late for the event.

Is “What Happened” actually what happened?

The Legal Aid Society challenged the state’s new familial DNA testing proposal, saying the move is an abuse of power.

AG Eric Schneiderman’s office is looking into a pizza festival that wasn’t.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced the first-ever Taste NY Craft Beverage Week will be held Nov. 5 through 11 in New York City.

State Sen. Jim Seward and Assemblyman Clifford Crouch have put pressure on Cuomo to take action to help the Village of Sidney residents waiting for a flood buyout program in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene in 2011.

This month, the Buffalo Police Department plans to select three to five body cameras to test before deciding which would work best, with fourteen vendors from around the country that have offered to take part in the pilot program.

“A box of delicious vegan brownies is on its way from PETA to the Times Union Center, which confirmed that it will no longer host elephant acts after last weekend’s shows by the Tarzan Zerbini Circus.”