President Trump said he’s not happy with a bipartisan border deal in Congress aimed at averting another government shutdown, but he suggested he could add to it to build his U.S.-Mexico border wall and predicted there will not be another lapse in government funding.

A Trump supporter attacked Ron Skeans, a BBC cameraman, at the president’s campaign rally in El Paso, Texas yesterday. The BBC has written to White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders asking for a review of security arrangements for the media attending these events in the future.

The El Paso District Attorney’s office will not press charges against the supporter who apparently shoved several news crews and “violently pushed” the BBC cameraman.

Video from Skeans’ camera showed the attacker shouting expletives about the media as he was being dragged away. Trump, who frequently goes after media in tweets and rallies, saw the commotion and asked, “You all right? Everything OK?” Skeans returned Trump’s thumbs-up, and the president continued.

Hillary Clinton accused Republicans and Trump of cribbing her 2016 presidential campaign slogan “Stronger Together.”

Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King is pushing House GOP leaders to reinstate his committee assignments that he lost last month after questioning why the terms “white supremacist” and “white nationalist” had become offensive.

Retired astronaut Mark Kelly, who became a prominent gun-control advocate after his wife, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, was shot in a failed assassination attempt, announced he will run to finish John McCain’s last term in the U.S. Senate.

New York lawmakers are about to hold their first public hearing on harassment in almost 30 years. Here, those who made it happen reflect on their push to change the culture in the Capitol.

Several New York lawmakers said they still don’t have key details about the taxpayer incentives extended to Amazon.com Inc. for its planned campus in Queens, adding to growing criticism about how the agreement was struck.

Howard Zemsky, president and chief executive officer of Empire State Development, said at a budget hearing that the Amazon deal is still pending, though he called it “the largest economic development prize we’ve ever had.”

A Brooklyn jury found Mexican kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman guilty of running a massive, violent trafficking operation that for decades pumped billions of dollars worth of drugs into the U.S.

Eleanor’s Legacy and WomenElect launched a joint media campaign to urge the Buffalo Common Council to strongly consider one of at least two women who will be applying for the appointment to the recently vacated city comptroller position.

The high-priority quest for affordable housing in NYC promises to be more complicated and emotional than many other landmark legislative packages that Cuomo and state lawmakers have rushed through the statehouse with their new, unchecked majority.

The new $750 million Wadsworth Center headed for the Harriman State Office Campus uptown could be the edge Albany needs to finally get $12.5 million in permanent state funding.

Skidmore College Class of 1993 graduate Emily Lazar and her engineering team were honored Sunday night at the Grammy’s for their work on Beck’s album “Colors”. Lazar is the first woman to win in the category.

There is a new call for mayoral control of Rochester city schools, and it’s coming from Assemblyman David Gantt.

The fight over cannabis legalization got a little louder today as supporters of ending prohibition attacked elements of the proposal that Cuomo introduced last month as part of his executive budget.

Kevin Sabet, a former advisor to ex-President Barack Obama, said today’s strains of marijuana are much more potent than those that were available 40 years ago, and that the multitude of ways it can be consumed — including “edibles” like baked goods and candy — make abuse more likely.

New Era Cap has taken another step in its plan to shut down the company’s Derby manufacturing facility next month, reaching a severance-package agreement with the Communication Workers of America, the union that represents most of the company’s 200-plus workers at the facility.

A Buffalo-area woman is headed to court after her daughters were kicked out of school because their vaccinations were not up to date.