Longtime Fox News host Greta Van Susteren is leaving the channel after 14 years. Senior political analyst Brit Hume will take over for Van Susteren’s 7 p.m. show “On the Record” starting immediately, and running through the election. It isn’t clear what will happen to the timeslot after the election.

This comes as Fox News has agreed on behalf of Roger Ailes to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Gretchen Carlson. The suit will be settled for $20 million.

21st Century Fox has also completed settlement deals with a “handful” of other women who accused Ailes of harassing behavior, but one lawsuit is known to be ongoing: Ex-host Andrea Tantaros filed suit against Ailes and Fox last month, alleging retaliation for complaining about Ailes’ advances

House Republicans asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Hillary Clinton, her lawyers and the company that housed her email account obstructed justice when emails were deleted from her personal server.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters GOP leaders will move to formally punish House Democrats for staging a sit-in over gun control in June.

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani called the fine Donald Trump paid over his foundation’s 2013 donation to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi “a small matter” and said it did not compare to Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.

After the FBI’s release of government documents last week that were part of the Clinton email probe, she told ABC’s David Muir that she takes “classification very seriously” and sees the release of those documents as the end of “a very difficult period.”

A mentorship program for struggling schoolchildren, spearheaded by Cuomo and his mother, Matilda Cuomo, is now making its way to Binghamton University.

A Times Union analysis found that some of the most economically struggling areas of the state are getting little from START-UP — a program originally intended to benefit upstate.

Fifteen years after the 9/11 terror attacks, Lower Manhattan continues to recover as it evolves into a neighborhood that is increasingly residential, young and family-oriented and supports an influx of tourism and shopping, according to an economic snapshot released today by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.

Greek-American New York billionaire John Catsimatidis is known for his business holdings in groceries and oil, his big contributions to political candidates and philanthropies, and his weekly local radio interview show. Now he’s also featured on a postage stamp in Greece.

A school group filed a lawsuit on behalf of parents in Yonkers, Albany and New York City seeking a portion of $75 million that was allocated two years ago to districts who are in the state’s receivership program for failing schools.

NYC lawmakers and activists called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to release a summary of disciplinary information about Daniel Pantaleo, the police officer involved in the death of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died while in a chokehold in 2014.

Despite the bloodshed at this weekend’s J’Ouvert celebration, de Blasio, joined by departing NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, said the months of June, July and August were statistically the lowest for crime since the department started keeping track.

De Blasio said J’Ouvert won’t be cancelled next year, explaining: “I think to wheel away a celebration involving a quarter of a million people doesn’t make sense.” But former NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson, one of the city’s most prominent black leaders of Caribbean heritage, said it should be shuttered if it can’t be made safer.

Bill Cosby was back in a suburban Philadelphia courtroom today for a hearing on his sexual assault case.

As part of a broader push to help the growing number of workers relying on the so-called “gig economy,” the New York City Council will consider legislation giving all Uber and taxi drivers access to “portable” benefits like health care coverage, disability insurance and life insurance.

The embattled for-profit college chain ITT Technical Institute has shuttered its schools – including three in upstate New York – just as students around the country are hitting the books.

A report published last month by a pair of Rutgers University professors found that the number of eligible voters with some sort of disability is on the rise both nationwide and in New York.

A Nassau County jail inmate died yesterday, marking the sixth inmate custody fatality this year at a time when the East Meadow facility’s private medical provider has come under intense scrutiny after allegations of negligent care.

A former state worker was charged today with putting more than $16,500 on a New York-issued credit card to pay for limousine trips to Walmart, family visits to Darien Lake and the cost of renewing his own wedding vows in Niagara Falls.

Matthew Kapell, who ran on the Democratic line in a losing race for Southold Town trustee last year, has joined Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone’s administration as a $51,390-a-year neighborhood aide in the economic development and planning department.