Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in Albany with no public schedule.

President Donald Trump this morning receives his daily intelligence briefing, and then heads to the JW Marriott in Washington, D.C. to deliver remarks at the Latino Coalition Legislative Summit.

This evening, Trump will have dinner at an unidentified “private residence” in D.C.

The jury in the Joe Percoco federal corruption trial has the day off due to the storm.

Ditto the state Senate and Assembly, which won’t be back in session in Albany until next week.

At 7:30 a.m., state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli attends the Dutchess County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Action Committee Breakfast, Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital, 241 North Road, Poughkeepsie.

At 8:15 a.m., grassroots organizations rally to urge Cuomo to stand up fossil fuel corporations and executives, outside of the New York Stock Exchange, 11 Wall St., Manhattan.

At 9 a.m., the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Board holds an Audit Committee executive session, followed by a Committee on Finance executive session, 4 World Trade Center, 150 Greenwich St., Manhattan.

At 9:30 a.m., NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray will be in Washington, D.C. to participate in a discussion at the Center for American Progress, entitled “How Cities and States are Leading the Way on Mental Health,” with Neera Tanden, president and CEO of CAP, and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, 1333 H St. NW.

At 11 a.m., NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill will hold a media availability on crime statistics, One Police Plaza, Manhattan.

At 1:30 p.m., the NYC Council holds a stated meeting, City Hall, Manhattan.

At 6 p.m., IDC Leader Jeff Klein and NYC Councilman Mark Gjonaj host a community safety meeting, P.S. 105 Senator Abraham Bernstein School, auditorium, 725 Brady Ave., the Bronx.

Also at 6 p.m., a reception in support of Republican senatorial candidate Josh Hawley, of Missouri, is held, (location provided upon RSVP), Manhattan.

At 7:30 p.m., NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson hosts free community screening of “Saturday Church,” School of Visual Arts, 209 E 23rd St., Manhattan.

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Drivers are encouraged to avoid travel unless it’s necessary. Tractor trailers and larger vehicles will be restricted from entering some New York roadways.

The Trump administration escalated what had been a war of words over California’s immigration agenda, filing a lawsuit late yesterday that amounted to a pre-emptive strike against the liberal state’s so-called sanctuary laws.

Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic adviser, said that he would resign, becoming the latest in a series of high-profile departures from the Trump administration.

An adviser to the United Arab Emirates with ties to current and former aides to Trump is reportedly cooperating with the special counsel, Robert Mueller, and gave testimony last week to a grand jury.

Warning of economic fallout, congressional Republicans and industry groups pressed Trump to narrow his plan for across-the-board tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum, but he appeared unmoved, declaring: “Trade wars aren’t so bad.”

Adult film star Stormy Daniels (AKA Stephanie Clifford) has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Trump — alleging he never signed a “hush agreement” to keep quiet about their rumored affair.

The filing, in Los Angeles Superior Court, represents the latest development in a legal battle involving Trump, his longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, and Daniels.

Texas Democrats surged to the polls yesterday in the first primary of 2018, demonstrating a wave of Trump-inspired energy, but also showcasing party divisions that have emerged at the outset of an otherwise promising midterm campaign.

The Republican-controlled House will vote on a school safety bill next week as Congress struggles to respond to the deadly assault on a Florida high school.

Fresh off a series of tumultuous TV interviews, ex-Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg revealed that he is contemplating seeking treatment for alcohol abuse.

New York and New Jersey must shoulder more of the costs to build a transportation tunnel under the Hudson River, U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said while confirming that the Trump administration was opposed to Congress financing the project.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is again calling for an investigation and potential penalties for utilities following a major storm, criticizing delays in power being restored in the aftermath of last Friday’s nor’easter.

Jury deliberations in the corruption trial of former top Cuomo aide Joe Percoco appeared to have run aground on their fourth day, as three jurors issued notes asking to be excused from the case, with one expressing concern about the storm expected to slam the New York City metro area; and another saying that she has sick children.

This raises the specter of a mistrial, though the judge, Valerie E. Caproni, ordered the jurors to continue deliberating, delivering a version of what is known as an Allen charge, an instruction typically given to juries when they suggest that they have reached an impasse.

The Utica College student arrested for making threats that caused the college to go on lockdown for six hours Monday has been charged with four counts of making a terroristic threat, police said.

The Park Slope driver who killed two little children in a crosswalk told cops she suffers from MS, seizures and heart problems — and investigators are looking into whether she should have even been behind the wheel, authorities and sources said.

The Democrat-controlled state Assembly passed five gun control bills yesterday with little debate, including one that would allow judges to remove weapons from mentally-ill people following a request from a relative or law enforcement.

A week after public outcry forced the cancelation of an NRA fundraiser and gun raffle in Brooklyn, a similar event is proceeding without protest at The Vanderbilt on Staten Island.

Cuomo shrugged off the news that actress Cynthia Nixon is continuing to “explore” a run for governor of New York, though a spokeswoman did not say if she had immediate plans to announce a candidacy.

Actor Danny Glover was prevented from speaking in support of Airbnb when several hotel workers disrupted a news conference at the state Capitol yesterday morning.

A study commissioned by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America — the trade organization representing the drug industry — warns that Cuomo’s plan will drive up health care costs, harm New York consumers and could worsen the addiction crisis.

New data from state regulators confirms what some consumers suspected all along: The companies that provide cable and wireless service aren’t very good at responding to customer complaints. Who does the best? Gas and electric companies – a result that may come as a surprise to some customers.

Pete Lopez, a former upstate Republican Assemblyman and the Environmental Protection Agency’s regional administrator, addressed some of the controversial duties of his job in the Trump administration yesterday morning in a wide-ranging interview at the Hearst Media Center.

Geoffrey Berman’s interim appointment as U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York is set to expire in a matter of weeks, shouldering Manhattan federal judges with the responsibility of appointing Berman until a formal nomination is made by the White House and confirmed by the Senate, finding someone else or even opting out entirely.

As the New York Department of Financial Services sought to regulate “unscrupulous practices” in the title insurance industry, title insurers increased their lobbying in the state, official disclosures reviewed by the New York Law Journal show.

A coalition that includes Uber is set to kick off a campaign today to push state leaders to enact a congestion pricing plan as part of the state budget due by the end of the month.

“What would New York State’s budget look like if women were in charge? That is this year’s $168-billion question.

NYC Councilman Mark Treyger, the Education Committee chair, wants job-hungry city kids to move from public schools to the public sector. He will introduce separate bills that would improve access to civil-service gigs for thousands of graduating seniors across the city.

Edward Conlon, a former NYPD detective turned author, has been tapped to help the Finest get their message out. He was hired effective Feb. 20 as director of editorial services under Deputy Commissioner for Strategic Communications, records show.

Incoming NYC schools boss Richard Carranza left his previous district in Houston in the lurch by quitting after just 18 months on the job, critics say. Before that, they add, he failed to help black and Hispanic kids when he was the superintendent in San Francisco.

A Bronx judge has issued a temporary order halting the closure of a Rikers Island facility that houses some 100 teenagers.

Just four days into the trial of a Manhattan nanny accused of butchering two children, a juror has already been booted after complaining at least twice that he did not think he could be fair.

To help close a $4.4 billion budget gap, Cuomo proposed an “internet fairness conformity tax” in his executive budget that would require online marketplaces to collect sales tax from third-party sales to New York residents.

The town of Guilderland has received Richard J. Sherwood’s resignation as town justice a week and a half after his arrest on felony charges accusing him of scheming with another attorney to steal more than $4 million from the estates of people they had advised.

The annual State of the County address is normally a time to reflect on the past year. But Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney – who just finished her 10th year in office – used her speech tonight to review the entire decade, and says she’s just getting started.

Saratoga Spring Mayor Meg Kelly has appointed a new charter review commission with three commissioners who have vehemently opposed any charter change: Commissioners John Franck, Michele Madigan and Skip Scirocco.

Syracuse.com and The Post-Standard went to court to make public a secret settlement between Onondaga Community College and its fired basketball coach.

A pencil drawing on a classroom desk in a Queens high school last week was the source of a social media post displaying a threatening message that disrupted Long Island school districts on Monday, the New York Police Department said.

Three Democratic sources say Marc Carney, an Amherst lawyer who donated almost $25,000 to the party organization over the last five years, has the inside track to serve as the newest commissioner on the Erie County Water Authority.

After years of operating as a political captive, the Erie County Water Authority should either be folded into county government or privatized, former County Executive Joel Giambra said in the midst of his long-shot campaign for governor.

The MTA will audit safety procedures at the Long Island Rail Road after an NTSB report criticized the railroad for lax enforcement of rules that could have saved the life of a worker struck by a train last June, railroad officials said.

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran announced she’s launching a study of all county-owned roads in an effort to prevent potholes by prioritizing resurfacing work.

Federal prosecutors likened infamous “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli to a master manipulator, as they asked a judge to lock up him for 15 years at his looming sentencing for defrauding investors.

Women working at Resorts World Casino in Queens endure harassment and physical assaults from badly behaving bettors, grabby gamblers and violent male co-workers — and it’s all because of their employer’s let-it-ride attitude, court records charge.

A woman who says she regularly performed manicures on embattled casino mogul Steve Wynn filed a lawsuit accusing him of sexual misconduct and the company he founded of endorsing his behavio

Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was investigated by police in 2011 after a woman claimed he sexually assaulted her in a Portland, OR bar. He denied the claim, and charges were never filed.

Coulson’s News — a small store on Broadway where politicians, business owners and downtown residents have stopped to pick up a pack of cigarettes, a lottery ticket, a sandwich or a magazine for more than 100 years — has new owners.

Twenty-five New York Army National Guard cyber security team members are mobilizing for federal duty.

RIP longtime Albany Police Chaplin Rev. James Lefebvre, who died at the age of 83.