Following the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, congressional Republicans expressed both measured support and skepticism, while Democrats criticized the president for ceding too much to Kim.

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, for example, dismissed Trump’s sitdown with Kim as nothing more than “a reality show summit.”

On paper, there is nothing Trump extracted from North Korea’s leader that Kim’s father and grandfather had not already given to past American presidents. In fact, he got less, at least for now.

A federal judge approved the blockbuster merger between AT&T and Time Warner, rebuffing the government’s effort to block the $85.4 billion deal, in a decision that is expected to unleash a wave of takeovers in corporate America.

Larry Kudlow, the director of Trump’s National Economic Council, spent the morning calling friends who said they expected him to return to his White House job after recovering from a mild heart attack that landed him in the hospital yesterday.

The White House says Kudlow is expected to make a “full and speedy” recovery.

Trump’s hardline trade adviser Peter Navarro backed off from his over-the-top attack on Justin Trudeau, in which he said there was “a special place in hell” for the Canadian PM for daring to criticize the president’s policies.

Apple quietly changed its App Store rules last week to limit how developers harvest, use and share information about iPhone owners’ friends and other contacts.

NXIVM has suspended all operations and planned events, according to a message on its website.

The NY-19 race promises to be among the most bruising contests in the nation, with the Democratic Party — its eyes on seizing the House in November — eager to dislodge Republican Rep. John Faso. The trouble is, the Democratic primary is very crowded.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro slammed Gov. Andrew Cuomo for steering a $1 million state grant to luxury automaker Cadillac to spruce up its office building space in lower Manhattan, and said the company should return the money.

Cuomo told reporters that he’s running for reelection on his record, and for the second consecutive day exaggerated some of his accomplishments over two terms in office.

Cuomo, former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Ray Halbritter and others contributed to a new book of essays reflecting on the American immigrant experience.

NY-24 candidate Dana Balter touts her pro-choice views while questioning the position of her Democratic primary foe, Juanita Perez Williams, in a new TV ad released by her campaign.

Democratic candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon did something her opponent hasn’t bothered to do in more than seven years as governor of New York — visit a mosque.

Former NYC Rudy Giuliani had an affair with a married New Hampshire hospital administrator before the mayor-turned-presidential lawyer and his wife separated, multiple sources told The NY Post. (He denies the affair occurred; his estranged wife does not).

Schumer urged the FEMA administrator to award the City of Newburgh a third grant that would prevent the layoffs of nine firefighters this summer.

New York state officials say cashless tolling will begin by the end of this year at the Thruway Authority’s toll barriers in the lower Hudson Valley.

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand joined “The Daily Show” once again to continue her advocacy to finally professionalize the military justice system.

Just in time for summer tourist season, Brewery Ommegang is reopening its cafe and visitors center after a 6-month, $2 million renovation.

Tesla is cutting about 9 percent of jobs across the company, billionaire Chief Executive Elon Musk said, as it seeks to reduce costs without endangering the critical ramp up of production of its Model 3 sedan.