President Donald Trump is dismissing a report that the U.S. is planning for a military conflict with Iran.

Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former New York congressman, is officially a free man. The 54-year-old was seen leaving a Bronx halfway house early this morning, which marked the final day of his 21-month sentence for having illicit contact with a 15-year-old girl.

“It’s good to be out, hope to get back to my family, and make up for some lost time,” Weiner told reporters. “…I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service, and I’m glad this chapter of my life is behind me.”

As Weiner is a Level 1 offender, his address will not be made available to the public, though the ZIP code of his residence will be. His information will not appear in the state’s online sex offender database but will be available by phone.

In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a state can maintain its sovereign immunity from lawsuits in other states, reversing a prior decision from the high court.

House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal, of Massachusetts, has indicated he won’t ask New York for Trump’s state returns – even if a new law enables him to – because it could derail his attempts to get Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to hand over six years of Trump’s personal and business federal returns.

New Jersey Rep. Rep. Bill Pascrell argued that if Trump’s tax returns are not turned over to Congress following a subpoena, Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig should face fines or jail time.

Former Vice President Joe Biden fired back at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after she took a jab at his “middle-of-the-road” stance on climate change.

Biden smacked Rudy Giuliani for his recent threat to travel to Ukraine in order to convince the government to launch an investigation on his family, calling it “inappropriate” and “unrelated to me.”

Trump Tower, once the crown jewel in Trump’s property empire, now ranks as one of the least desirable luxury properties in Manhattan.

Citi Bike’s fleet of pedal-assist e-bikes – which are legal in New York City – won’t return to the streets until the fall.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, the 22nd Democratic candidate for president, threw his hat into the ring today, and quickly faced criticism for his ties to a former Mayor Bill de Blasio aide accused of sexual harassment.

Long Island Republican ​Rep. Lee Zeldin blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for inviting a “radical imam” to speak before Congress.

Comedic actor Tim Conway – Carol Burnett’s costar on her long-running variety show – died today in Los Angeles at the age of 85.

Long Island Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi is facing a primary challenge from the left.

Voters across New York will head to the polls next week to decide whether to approve school budgets that on average would increase how much is collected by property taxes by 2.5 percent.

Both Sandra Lee and a spokesperson for the governor insisted that the rumors the former Food Network star and Cuomo are living apart and have broken up after 14 years of dating are not true.

High overtime costs have caused a standoff between the governor and the TWU, which is negotiating a new labor contract with the MTA, with its current contract expiring tomorrow with talk of a possible transit strike – something NYC has not seen since 2005.

Regarding his criticism of the IJC, the commission spokesman said Cuomo is behaving like a belligerent driver with road rage, adding: “It feels like when you’re stopped at a red light, and the driver behind you thinks that if he honks the horn enough that you’re going to pull out into oncoming traffic.”

The head of training at the NYPD Police Academy testified that Officer Daniel Pantaleo was never trained to use a seatbelt hold, contradicting claims by the cop’s lawyer during his departmental trial for the death of Eric Garner.

Happy 25th wedding anniversary to NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray.

For the second straight year, a Syracuse pub is home to the best burger in New York. Ale ‘n’ Angus Pub won the New York Beef Council’s burger competition with its Beef on Weck burger.