A long-awaited Justice Department internal report on former FBI chief James Comey’s public disclosures on Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state and whether FBI employees leaked information to try to hurt her 2016 presidential bid is expected to be issued next month.

The Justice Department’s inspector general has reportedly referred to federal prosecutors his findings that Andrew G. McCabe, the former FBI deputy director, had repeatedly misled investigators.

Embattled attorney Michael Cohen has dropped a pair of much-touted libel suits against BuzzFeed and the private investigation firm Fusion GPS over publication of the so-called dossier detailing alleged ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.

Two black men whose arrests at a Starbucks in Philadelphia led to protests and plans for bias training at thousands of the chain’s locations spoke about the ordeal for the first time, saying they were not told by the police why they were being escorted out.

Several attendees walked out of an intense invite-only evangelical meeting this week at Wheaton College after the affair turned into “crazy Trump bashing.”

More than 1,500 tips have flooded Stormy Daniels’ legal team since her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, released a sketch Tuesday of the “thug” the porn star says threatened her to stay quiet about her alleged fling with Trump, Avenatti told TMZ.

Cuomo proposed reforms to the state’s sex trafficking laws, bringing New York into line with federal laws, which recognize that anyone who prostitutes out minors is a sex trafficker, a felony charge with mandatory prison time.

The average American utters their first curse word of the day at 10:54 am, according to new data.

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer changes his position, and says he will submit a bill aimed at decriminalizing marijuana.

The Outdoor Industry Association released its report for all 435 congressional districts in the U.S., and NY-21 is solidly in the top 20 in terms of economic output related to outdoor pursuits, to the tune of $1.5 billion annually.

Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen, Jr., the superintendent of the US Military Academy at West Point, will leave that post this summer after completing a five-year stint and is expected to retire from active duty at that time.

The debate over congestion pricing is largely over, but it has focused attention on yet another fraught issue for drivers in and around New York City: pricey bridge tolls.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been in talks to join the Trump’s personal legal team, according to a person familiar with the matter. UPDATE: He’s in.

The head of a major cryptocurrency exchange will not comply with the New York attorney general’s request for information.

The official portrait for former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will reportedly cost taxpayers $85,000, more than the last three gubernatorial portraits combined.

The “Fearless Girl” statue near Wall Street that has become a global symbol of female can-do business spirit will be moved from her spot facing the “Charging Bull” to a location by the New York Stock Exchange.

Here’s TIME magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people of 2018.

Cuomo reiterated that the state would step up its efforts to assist Puerto Rico as it recovers from last fall’s destructive hurricane by sending NYPA officials and hundreds of SUNY and CUNY students who will receive academic credit by performing Peace Corps-style rebuilding work in communities across the island.

The painting of a black Virgin Mary beside lumps of elephant dung so offended then-NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani that he sued to remove it from the Brooklyn Museum. Now, it is entering the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art as a gift from billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen.

No, pasta will not actually help you lose weight. But the world’s largest pasta company, the Barilla Group, would like you to think so.

Congrats to Capital Tonight alum Michael Johnson on his new job.

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