The Trump administration is rejecting requests from U.S. embassies to fly the rainbow pride flag on embassy flagpoles during June, LGBTQ Pride Month, three American diplomats told NBC News.

President Donald Trump lashed out at Speaker Nancy Pelosi, calling her “a disgrace” after the California Democrat privately told lawmakers she wants to see him “in prison.”

Trump called on NASA to focus on sending astronauts to Mars instead of the moon with a parenthetical that left Twitter users puzzled. “They should be focused on the much bigger things we are doing, including Mars (of which the Moon is a part), Defense and Science!”

A majority of voters in a new poll say the U.S. Supreme Court should not revisit the Roe V. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

But more than six in ten Americans – 61 percent – think significant restrictions should be placed on abortion.

FedEx announced it is ditching its contract with Amazon to deliver packages for the company using its FedEx Express service.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called her potential alliance with Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz “super bizarre, really weird” and blasted former Vice President Joe Biden’s progressive cred.

Climate change is emerging as one of the 2020 election cycle’s most pressing issues.

Unemployment for workers without bachelor’s degrees fell to the lowest rate on record in May, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data released today.

Rising funeral costs and a lagging economy have made it increasingly hard for many low-income Americans to pay the necessary expenses to dispose of a body. When family members can’t afford to claim a body, the burden falls on local governments to handle the remains.

The Trump Organization appears to be breaking a 2017 promise not to mention the president in social media posts as his Ireland golf resort promoted the president’s visit.

The West Point Military Academy cadet killed in a vehicle rollover has been identified as Christopher J. Morgan, a 22-year-old from New Jersey who was a law major and on the Army wrestling team.

Paying for New York’s retired municipal workers could cost taxpayers an additional $1.5 billion dollars this year thanks to a trove of pension-pork bills introduced by Albany lawmakers in the final days of the legislative session.

Legislation to tweak regulations imposed on the title insurance industry in recent years by the state Department of Financial Services is poised to secure final passage by state lawmakers as early as next week, the bill’s sponsors said.

State legislation that would allow school districts to impose mandatory kindergarten attendance is awaiting action by Cuomo.

The Senate and Assembly both passed legislation this week that would allow women to delay jury duty up to two years if they are breastfeeding a baby.

Actress Lori Loughlin wants to take the University of Southern California (USC) to task amid claims that the college might sue her and husband Mossimo Giannulli.

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art Director Joe Thompson will face a motor vehicle homicide charge in connection with a crash that killed a motorcyclist last year, according to sources close to the investigation.

A $25 million warehouse and distribution facility for a Fortune 100 company received the go-ahead from Town of Tonawanda officials without public disclosure of the tenant’s true identity. The Buffalo News previously identified the prospective tenant as Amazon.

In a lawsuit filed in Buffalo federal court, a St. Bonaventure professor who still on the faculty there claims her Wiccan religion and gender played a role in her forced resignation as dean and her failure to win a promotion she feels she deserved.

Cuomo today directed iconic buildings and structures across the state to be illuminated orange this evening to mark National Gun Violence Awareness Day 2019, as well as Gun Violence Awareness Month and the beginning of Wear Orange Weekend.

The rise in homelessness in NYC is putting a strain on the New York Public Library.

It’s a really bad year for ticks.