The family of U.S. Sen. John McCain announced he would no longer receive therapy as he battles brain cancer.

As the Queens Democratic machine tries to keep its grasp on power, multiple elderly and infirm people contacted by The New York Times discovered they were candidates for public office this year.

Once upon a time, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and President Donald Trump were not enemies.

As many as 600 workers could lose their jobs if General Motors closes its plant in Rochester as the company seeks a new supplier.

Former New York City health commissioner and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Tom Frieden has been arrested on charges he inappropriately touched a woman inside his Brooklyn home last year.

The Archdiocese of New York has paid sexual abuse victims nearly $60 million over the last two years.

Attorney General Barbara Underwood and state district attorneys are discussing an investigation of sex abuse by Catholic priests.

Catholic Charities of Buffalo is phasing out both foster care and adoption services, choosing religious principle over New York State requirements that agencies must work with homosexuals and same-sex couples who seek to take in children.

Democratic candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon compared Gov. Cuomo and President Trump, saying both are “alpha males” who have their jobs because of their fathers.

When people are evicted from their homes, their pets are often abandoned. Now Gov. Cuomo has signed legislation changing that.