President Donald Trump paid $50,000 out of his own pocket to have a golf simulator at the White House that belonged to Barack Obama uninstalled, replacing it with a new, more sophisticated model.

Roger Stone asked a federal judge to examine if special counsel Robert Mueller’s office publicized his indictment last month before his court docket was unsealed.

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads the pack of Democratic presidential hopefuls in favorability among New Hampshire Democratic voters, according to a new survey from the Saint Anselm College Survey Center.

Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren has tapped Roger Lau to lead her 2020 presidential bid, according to her campaign, placing a veteran staffer with national campaign experience as well as deep knowledge of New Hampshire in the role of campaign manager.

Regardless of whether he runs himself or not, billionaire philanthropist and former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg is preparing to spend at least $500 million from his own pocket to deny Trump a second term, according to Democratic operatives briefed on his plans.”

Queens Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted that she was shocked to discover that people are paid to hold spots in line before congressional hearings.

Nearly 11 percent of New Yorkers over the age of 18 report having experienced sexual harassment in which a superior at work “tried to trade job benefits for sexual favors,” a new report out today has found.

David Hogg, a gun reform activist and survivor of the deadly mass-shooting in Parkland, Florida, urged former first lady Michelle Obama to run for president and “end this madness already.”

Queens College President Félix Matos Rodríguez is set to become the next chancellor of the City University of New York, ending a yearlong search for a leader of one of the nation’s biggest public higher education systems.

Rodriguez’s appointment makes him the eighth chancellor in the City University of New York’s history — and the first Hispanic to hold the seat.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio will postpone a trip to New Hampshire following the death of an NYPD cop, his press secretary said.

A subcommittee chaired by embattled NYC Councilman Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. was dissolved after the Council voted 45-1-3 in favor of the measure. The vote included a no-vote by Councilmember Chaim Deutsch and abstentions by Councilmembers Fernando Cabrera, Andy King and Ydanis Rodriguez. Diaz Sr. was notably absent.

A recently unsealed court document says a former contestant on both “American Idol” and “Fear Factor” worked as a courier for a drug ring and was trying to deliver nearly 2 pounds (830 grams) of fentanyl when she was arrested last year.

Brooklyn Councilmember Mark Treyger planned to introduce a resolution today calling on the NYC Department of Education (DOE) to appoint a special education “czar” to ensure that students with disabilities receive all of the services to which they are entitled.

Andres Serrano, best known as the “piss-artist photographer,” spent $1,880 to acquire a chocolate truffle cake with gold flakes and a sugar-spun buttercream rose that was handed out as a souvenir at Trump’s January 2005 wedding to Melania Knauss.

New York will “absolutely” seek to penalize Tesla up to $41.2 million if the California company does not hit job goals for its solar plant at Buffalo’s RiverBend complex, a top Cuomo administration official, Howard Zemsky, said.

Three dozen Assembly members signed a letter urging Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to scale back U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s arrests in New York state courthouses and elsewhere.

The Albany Empire has a new competitor in the Arena Football League as Columbus becomes the sixth city with a team in the AFL.

Republican Dutchess County District Attorney William Grady is running for a 10th four-year term as the county’s top prosecutor.