Former President George W. Bush recalled his father the late former President George H.W. Bush’s “courage” and “integrity” during his eulogy at the Washington National Cathedral before breaking down in tears when he lauded him as the “best father a son or daughter could have.”

The Bushes shared the unique bond of being the only father-son duo to serve as president in modern times and the younger Bush said his father taught him how to be a leader “with love in his heart” for his fellow Americans.

Three former presidents looked on at Washington National Cathedral as a fourth — George W. Bush — eulogized his dad.

When former President George W. Bush arrived, he came over to shake all the former presidents’ hands. A particularly sweet exchange occurred between the younger Bush and former First Lady Michelle Obama when he slipped her something – another piece of candy? – during their handshake.

Ronan Tynan, the disgraced Irish tenor chased from New York City almost a decade ago after making an anti-Semitic remark, sang during the late president’s funeral service at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.

To traverse the 250 yards from the White House to Blair House to offer his condolences to George W. Bush, President Trump and the first lady traveled in a motorcade of eight vehicles.

New Yorkers by a wide margin approve of plans for Amazon to build a massive new campus in the city, although they are divided over terms of a multibillion-dollar incentive package used to lure the largest U.S. online retailer, according to a new Q poll.

Former Suffolk County state Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci – now town supervisor of Huntington – is being accused of sexually assaulting his chief of staff, Brian Finnegan, during an overnight visit to Albany.

“This was a repeated pattern of abuse that ended with sexual assault,” Finnegan, 26, said at a news conference in Huntington after the lawsuit was filed in state Supreme Court in Suffolk County. I was forced to forfeit my career in public service, something in which I took much pride in…All because I was a target of a sexual predator. My life was shattered.”

The former chairman of the East Hampton Republican Party accused of submitting nominating petitions with dozens of forged signatures to the Suffolk County Board of Elections this summer, was charged with 10 counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and 10 counts of first-degree offering a false instrument for filing.

A can of bear repellent fell off a shelf and exploded inside an Amazon warehouse in New Jersey, sickening dozens, including one worker in critical condition, officials said.

State officials have indicted former New York City Council candidate Alberto Alvarez with several felony charges for stealing at least $4,500 through campaign fraud, according to Attorney General Barbara Underwood’s office.

Two months ago, the NYPD announced it would stop arresting most people for smoking marijuana in public and for low-level marijuana possession, yet law enforcement is still pursuing criminal cases against people using cannabis or THC oil, a liquid derived from marijuana that is usually vaped rather than smoked.

At least two candidates are seeking the job of Onondaga County comptroller, which will open up next month when current Comptroller Bob Antonacci takes his newly won seat in the state Senate.

Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor who is mulling a 2020 run for president, spoke about renewable energy in Iowa, and said he believed coal “is the most polluting thing we have.”

Amazon is in advanced talks to hire SKDKnickerbocker, a public affairs firm that frequently works on Democratic campaigns and causes, to help the company with its media relations, strategy and other public outreach in New York.

The MTA could tap into a stash of tax money from legal cannabis in New York, NYU’s transit experts said.

After a bitter and drawn-out review process, the NYC Planning Board approved a trio of large-scale residential towers on the Lower East Side waterfront.

GOP consultant Michael Caputo created a GoFundMe page to offset the legal bills of his longtime associate, Roger Stone, who is telling congressional committees that he would invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in order to not testify in response to requests for documents and testimony.

T.J. Miller, the stand-up comedian and actor whose career was rocked by allegations he abused an ex-girlfriend and made up a bomb threat after arguing with another woman, will perform this weekend in Albany