During an appearance on “The View,” porn star Stormy Daniels released the composite sketch of the man she said threatened her to keep quiet about her relationship with Trump in 2011.

Fox News announced that it won’t suspend Sean Hannity, despite criticism after he failed to disclose that he was secretly a client of Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Rep. Charlie Dent, a moderate Republican from Pennsylvania, announced that he would resign from the House in May. He had already said he would not run for re-election. It’s not clear why the GOP lawmaker decided to vacate his seat early.

The PSA in which a certain former president calls a certain current president a “dipshit” is not real. (In case you hadn’t heard).

Bill Lipton, the state political director of the Working Families Party, told the AP that if Nixon should lose the September Democratic Party primary to Cuomo, his party leaders will meet with her and “make a decision that puts the interests of working families first.”

A woman aboard a Southwest flight was nearly sucked out of the plane after a piece of shrapnel from an exploded engine broke off and shattered her window before the aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia.

A Manhattan judge hearing a lawsuit by public-housing tenants ordered the New York City Housing Authority to conduct lead inspections in thousands of apartments where young children live.

A Republican super PAC has reserved $48 million worth of digital and television advertising for 30 congressional districts, including two key races in New York (NY-22 and NY-24).

Gov. Andrew Cuomo went to the Teamsters Local 456 headquarters in his home county of Westchester on federal Tax Day to sign legislation that he said was intended to circumvent the new federal tax law, which caps income tax deductions for state and local taxes.

The NYC Health Department said “no” to goat yoga within the five boroughs, so you’ll have to head upstate to get your furry fix.

NYC Public Advocate Tish James came out in support of legalizing marijuana, saying she plans to work with Cuomo’s office to get it done by the end of the year because black and Hispanic people are arrested for its use at far higher rates than whites.

The administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio has reached an agreement to bring MTV’s Video Music Awards back to New York City this summer — just months after the city saw the return of the Grammy Awards ceremony.

State AG Eric Schneiderman’s office sent a letter – part of an initiative to bring clarity to these highly speculative and volatile markets – requesting information from 13 exchanges specializing in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying investors often don’t have the basic facts needed to protect themselves.

Nathan McMurray, the Grand Island town supervisor and party-anointed Democratic challenger to Republican Rep. Chris Collins in NY-27, has raised far less campaign money so far than did four of the Democratic candidates who have dropped out of the race.

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney honored two Hudson Valley leaders who passed away this weekend – Assemblyman Frank Skartados and Newburgh Mayor Judy Kennedy – in a speech on the floor of the House.

Glenn Beck has a plane to sell you.

Facebook is finally going to start fact-checking news on its platform in India, its largest market with more than 240 million users.

RIP veteran public radio broadcaster Carl Kasell, who died from complications from Alzheimer’s disease in Potomac, Md. He was 84.