The Archdiocese of New York on Friday released a list of more than 120 clergy members that are accused of sexually abusing minors.

The city is saying a final farewell to the FDNY firefighter killed while serving with the Marines in Afghanistan.

It’s not quite the L-pocalypse, but straphangers using the L Train nights and weekends may be in for a rough ride.

There are currently no laws in New York State mandating overtime for farm workers, but a controversial proposal in the state legislature could change that.

After making it official in a social media video, the 76-year old Joe Biden immediately began targeting the Latino vote with a Spanish-language ad, something none of the other candidates have done from the start.

As Mayor de Blasio announces his support for a controversial new law to curb emissions, NY1’s Zack Fink, Juan Manuel Benitez and Courtney Gross discuss how far people are willing to go to slow down climate change. They also analyze Governor Cuomo’s 35 questions about our political environment and whether Democratic voters are looking for a moderate voice.

Former Rep. Claudia Tenney is considering another run for Congress in a rematch against the Democrat who unseated her last year, Anthony Brindisi.

The FBI’s director on Friday warned of potential Russian interference in the 2020 election and is increasing its counterintelligence operations as a result.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein criticized the media coverage of the Mueller investigation, James Comey and the Obama administration’s handling of Russian efforts to influence the 2016 election while also defending his own actions.

Rosenstein sought to allay concerns President Trump had about being investigated by Mueller, pledging “I can land this plane.”

A Washington Post-ABC News poll found a majority of Americans do not support impeaching the president, but most believe he lied to the public.

The New York Post argues impeachment could be good for Trump.

As he seeks to push back against former Vice President Biden’s campaign opening, the president praised Confederate General Robert E. Lee.