A West Point cadet was killed in a vehicle accident near an academy training site, and 19 other cadets and two soldiers were injured, the academy said.

The exercise taking place was described as a standard part of cadet training. An investigation is underway, and officials said they don’t yet know the details of how the accident happened. No other injuries are life-threatening, according to USMA Superintendent Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams.

Rudy Giuliani said he is planning to step down as Trump’s personal attorney as soon as he finishes “cleanup” from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

House Democrats are set to vote next week on a resolution that would make it easier for the House of Representatives to drag members of the Trump administration to court ― and to find them in contempt ― for failing to comply with congressional subpoenas.

Faced with mounting public pressure to take action against robocalls, the FCC voted to make it easier for telecom companies to block suspected scam calls on their customers’ behalf.

CDC officials have confirmed 1,001 measles cases so far this year, the highest number since 2,126 cases were recorded in 1992, and they blame this year’s outbreak primarily on refusals by parents to have their children vaccinated.

The White House reportedly paid nearly $1 million to rent four limousines from an Irish funeral home for Trump’s two-day visit to Ireland.

Trump’s first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, has fired his lawyers who arranged a 2017 plea deal that helped set the tone for others to cooperate with Mueller’s investigation.

The state Senate passed a package of nine new limousine safety laws designed to protect consumers from the twin tragedies in Schoharie and Cutchogue, Long Island that together took the lives of 24 people during limo crashes last year and in 2015.

A psychologist testifying at Keith Raniere’s racketeering and sex trafficking trial provided a detailed explanation of sexual assault and coercive control — characteristics matching those of the NXIVM spiritual leader known as “Vanguard.”

The owners of Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden could participate in online sports betting under a newly amended gambling bill introduced at the Capitol. But Terry and Kim Pegula, owners of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres? No dice.

Honest MTA workers have no reason to fear the agency’s crackdown on alleged overtime abuse — and no reason to sabotage machines meant to monitor their hours, Cuomo said.

Fifty years after the historic Stonewall riots, the New York Police Department apologized to the LGBT community for its role in the violence.

There’s a growing feeling among those on both sides of the debate that changes to the rent laws will not get resolved before the June 15 sunset deadline.

Even though he is not facing charges for bringing a loaded gun inside a school, Masten Council Member Ulysees O. Wingo still is facing fallout. After being barred from school district property, he now doesn’t know if he will be allowed to attend his son’s high school graduation.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is ​talking to Fox News about doing a town hall like several other Democratic presidential hopefuls, will appear this evening on “Special Report with Bret Baier,” according to his campaign schedule.

The presidential campaigns of de Blasio and U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand got a welcome booster shot this week, with new polling data that suggests they will both qualify for the first Democratic primary debate.

Some New York farmers say they’re open to compromise on legislation designed to help agricultural laborers.

The Stillwater councilwoman who was arrested last month after driving with a blood-alcohol content nearly twice the legal limit, allegedly drove over multiple lawns and told police she was coming from a meeting, the Saratoga County Sheriff’s office said.

Madonna said she felt “raped” by a New York Times Magazine profile of her that she believes focuses “on trivial and superficial matters” and fixates on her age.

Crews removed more than 24,000 pounds of garbage, including four dead bodies, left behind on Mount Everest by adventure-seekers challenging the world’s tallest peak.

Ulster County Executive-elect Pat Ryan will take office tomorrow, and deliver his inaugural address in a ceremony in the Ulster County Courthouse in Uptown Kingston

Niagara Wheatfield High School Principal Michael Mann was placed on administrative leave over his handling of a student accused of raping another student.