President Trump is expected to formally sign off on imposing stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum imports at noon tomorrow, according to people familiar with the deliberations, although advisers close to the White House emphasized that the timing could change.

The lawyer for porn star Stormy Daniels said she engaged in a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006 and claims there’s “no question” the president knew about a $130,000 payoff to keep her quiet.

Exactly three weeks after he stalked the halls of his former high school, shooting and killing students and teachers alike, Nikolas Cruz was indicted on 34 counts of premeditated murder and attempted murder in connection with the rampage that left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

According to the Educator’s School Safety Network, a jarring 638 threats targeted schools within the two weeks after the Parkland shootings, a number they say is probably on the low side.

U. S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made a contentious visit to the site of last month’s Florida school shooting today, in which she was criticized by survivors and abruptly walked out of her own press conference.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer today called for the heads of Con Edison and NYSEG to resign, “in light of the inadequate and troubled response…” to the nor’easters to hit the region during the past week.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is predicting that Gov. Andrew Cuomo will face a “spirited” Democratic primary in his re-election bid this year and says he won’t be able to run as a moderate for president in 2020.

Bronx Councilman Ritchie Torres introduced a bill to require the city to pay landlords by direct deposit, moving money into their bank accounts electronically if they opt for that method.

Disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein has reportedly sold his luxurious seafront estate in Connecticut for $16 million.

Despite continuing declines last month in most serious crimes, New York City has witnessed an increase in rape complaints, something police officials think has been caused by sexual misconduct allegations against Weinstein and other celebrities.

The NYPD is prepared to collar Harvey Weinstein for felony sexual assault, a police official with direct knowledge of the case told The Daily Beast, and is awaiting only a nod from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance.

Ariel Palitz is New York City’s first Nightlife Mayor – its ambassador at large to the late-night world of bars, burlesques and cabarets.

Cuomo will speak at NYU’s Kimmel Center on Friday at 9:15 a.m., and plans to make an “environmental announcement.” The exact content of the address is currently unclear.

Twenty-five years after Gov. Mario Cuomo proposed building high-speed rail between New York and Boston, a group of Assembly members will introduce legislation on Wednesday establishing an “exploratory commission” to “study and develop Hyperloop and High Speed Rail within New York State.”

A prominent transportation expert, Bruce Schaller, is calling for charging all for-hire vehicles — including yellow taxis and Uber and Lyft cars — $50 per hour to drive in Midtown Manhattan during weekday business hours, and $20 per hour in Lower Manhattan, the Upper West Side and the Upper East Side.

Moving the horse racing at Aqueduct Racetrack in Ozone Park, Queens, to Belmont Park in Elmont is one of the top policy priorities of Long Island’s largest business group.

Notorious RBG gets her due.