Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman claims she was offered hush money by President Donald Trump’s campaign after she was fired earlier this year.

The president is escalating his tough talk with Turkey, threatening to double metals tariffs amid a dispute over a detained American.

Republican governors in otherwise heavily blue states are finding ways of compromising with Democratic lawmakers.

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort received a $16 million loan from a bank whose CEO sought a job in the administration.

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office continues its fight against opioids. Inmates inside the Monroe County Corrections Facility will soon be trained and educated on the opioid reversal drug known as Narcan. Those enrolled in the facilities drug and alcohol program will be provided with the drug upon release.

A strain of Legionella bacteria is linked to the pool and spa at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel, leading to an alert from the State Health Department.

The Great New York State Fair is just 12 days away, and organizers and vendors are working hard to prepare everything in time.

As demand for air travel in the grows, so does the need for pilots, but industry experts say the U.S. will face a shortage of pilots in the coming years.

The city Department of Transportation is preparing to implement rate increases at parking meters citywide.

Special counsel Robert Mueller has issued a subpoena to Randy Credico, the activist, comedian and New York political gadfly, in his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Democrats are taking a renewed look at the viability of Rep. Chris Collins’s opponent, Grand Island Supervisor Nate McMurray.

A report finds that stringent credit requirements for the Excelsior scholarship program have hindered its growth.