President Donald Trump abruptly stalked out of a meeting with congressional leaders with a flat declaration he would no longer work with Democrats unless they drop all investigations in the aftermath of the special counsel’s Trump-Russia report.

Amid growing Democratic unrest with the White House stonewalling of House requests for documents and testimony, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi presided over a caucus meeting where five committee chairs spoke about the status of their investigations into Trump and his policies.

“We do believe it’s important to follow the facts, we believe that no one is above the law, including the President of the United States, and we believe that the President of the United States is engaged in a cover-up,” Pelosi said after the meeting.

The CEO of the company behind many of the recent mistakes in the installation of federally mandated crash-prevention technology on the LIRR declined an invitation for a public face-off with MTA leaders today — a move that some agency officials construed as disrespectful.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that he isn’t planning on putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill next year and that a redesign of the currency won’t be issued until 2028.

A subway scoundrel has been terrorizing NYC’s already beleaguered underground by pulling the emergency brakes on trains during peak hours, MTA Chairman Pat Foye said.

Billionaire Tom Steyer spent some $200,000 in Rep. Jerrold Nadler’s district to push for impeachment, arguing that launching an inquiry would put Nadler more in line with his voters, about 30,000 of whom have signed Steyer’s impeachment petition.

Members of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s police security detail are racking up overtime following him around the country for his longshot presidential campaign – despite a cap in OT for other cops on the job in the city.

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced his support for the Climate and Community Protection Act in a letter to the state Legislature.

In a hotly contested seven-way Democratic primary for Queens district attorney, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has decided to endorse Tiffany Cabán, the candidate whose platform most echoes the first-term congresswoman’s.

Yesterday’s school budget votes proved once again New York’s school districts aren’t having much difficulty staying under – or overriding – the property tax cap.

NYC Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal, who chairs the Women and Gender Equity Committee, plans to introduce legislation to create an Office of Sexual Harassment Prevention within the mayor’s office.

New analysis of federal education data released by the New York Civil Liberties Union’s Capitol Region chapter today shows that districts across the region discipline students of color at higher rates than white students.

The federal monitor overseeing reforms at the New York City Housing Authority – art Schwartz of Guidepost Solutions – has already racked up a nearly $3 million bill — though officials won’t say what the money is being spent on.

Gentrifying neighborhoods are a key reason behind the vermin outbreak, which extends beyond New York — Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles are also confronting issues.

Niagara County lawmakers are opposed to a state bill that would declare New York State a “sanctuary state” for immigrants living in the country illegally

Acting Adirondack Park Agency Chair Karen Feldman resigned her post this month after unsuccessful attempts to get paid for the full-time work she was doing at the Ray Brook-based state agency, she told the Adirondack Explorer.

Adding to a groundswell of concern over the New York City education department’s pending takeover of publicly funded preschool and daycare programs, all five borough presidents are calling on the city to scrap its plans and start over.

Acting state Department of Financial Services Superintendent Linda A. Lacewell today announced that Justin Herring will be appointed Executive Deputy Superintendent of the Department’s newly created Cybersecurity Division.

Cuomo, at a fundraiser with LGBTQ advocates on Tuesday, said state lawmakers must approve a bill legalizing gestational surrogacy in New York by the end of the legislative session, due to conclude next month.