President Trump, facing a national outcry, signed an executive order to keep migrant families together at the border, abandoning his earlier claim that the crisis was caused by an iron-clad law and not a policy that he could reverse.

Rather than separating children from parents, the Trump administration will now hold children indefinitely with their parents, violating a court settlement and inevitably triggering a legal challenge.

Between the recent outrage over the Trump administration’s family separation policy and House Republicans taking up a comprehensive bill aimed at fixing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, one new poll finds that voters thinking about 2018 care most about immigration.

Trump is ramping up his political travel ahead of the midterm elections, eying November as the most potent referendum on his presidency even as he faces widespread condemnation over his administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.

In a lengthy Facebook post, former President Barack Obama weighed in on the family separation crisis today, calling on Americans to “find a way to welcome the refugee and the immigrant.”

In the wake of the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy that is splitting up families at the southern border, actress and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon said she thinks ICE should be abolished.

Michael Cohen, Trump’s longtime confidant and former personal attorney, has resigned from his post as deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee’s Finance Committee.

While Trump has not spoken with Obama since the inauguration more than a year ago, Vice President Mike Pence has been seeking advice from one very unlikely predecessor: Joe Biden, a new book reveals. The pair reportedly speak once a month.

American Airlines told the Trump administration to not put migrant children separated from their families on its flights as pressure mounts from business leaders over the controversial border policy.

There are 239 immigrant children separated from their parents and now in the custody of a social service organization in East Harlem that is placing them in foster homes, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said after visiting the facility — many have physical and mental health ailments, and the youngest is just 9 months old.

In a move that blindsided the West Wing and sent Hill Republicans into a tizzy, Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is throwing his support behind an obscure House candidate in Louisiana trying to take out incumbent GOP Rep. Clay Higgins because his new girlfriend is raising cash for the candidate.

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend $80 million on political campaigns this year, largely pumping the money into an effort to help Democrats win control of the House.

A Buffalo developer and the former head of SUNY Polytechnic Institute listed some of their favorite things from Italy in an awkward email from May 2013 — four months before prosecutors say they rigged bids for lucrative development contracts.

State Attorney General Barbara Underwood and Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a landmark lawsuit against 3M and five other companies to recoup at least $38 million in costs incurred by the State in cleaning up environmental contamination caused by toxic chemicals in their products.

Cuomo today proclaimed June 20 Edie Windsor Day in New York as a tribute to her legacy championing equality and justice for the LGBTQ community, and for being on the front lines of the fight for marriage equality. Today would have been Edie’s 89th birthday.

New numbers show people sleeping on NYC streets is on the decline, according to the city’s annual survey.

Voters in Washington, DC, narrowly approved Initiative 77 yesterday – a ballot measure that would raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour and phases out the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers, which is currently $3.33.

Prosecutors in Los Angeles, CA have declined to file charges against Scott Baio stemming from allegations by his former “Charles in Charge” co-star that he sexually assaulted her.