A helicopter crash landed on a building in Midtown Manhattan, NYPD officials confirmed. At least one person was hurt.

Only one person was aboard the aircraft when it crashed on the roof of 787 Seventh Avenue at 51st Street at 1:43 p.m, city officials said. That person was reported to have been killed, according to a senior city official.

“If you’re a New Yorker,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, “you have a level of PTSD from 9/11 and I remember that morning all too well. So as soon as you hear an aircraft hit a building, I think my mind goes where every New Yorker’s mind goes…there’s no indication that that’s the case.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Nadler has reached an agreement with the Justice Department “over obtaining key evidence in the Mueller Report related to possible obstruction of justice” by Trump.

The exact scope of the material the Justice Department has agreed to provide was not immediately clear, but the committee signaled that it was a breakthrough after weeks of wrangling over those materials and others that the Judiciary panel demanded under subpoena.

The Mexican foreign minister said that no secret immigration deal existed between his country and the United States, directly contradicting President Trump’s claim on Twitter that a “fully signed and documented” agreement would be revealed soon.

Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus officially joined the U.S. Navy following a commissioning ceremony led by Vice President Mike Pence.

The U.S. Supreme Court justices, in an unsigned order, said they won’t take up the cases of two men who challenged the National Firearms Act of 1934 after they were convicted for failing to register their gun silencers.

New York lawmakers introduced a bill that would decriminalize sex work. The Stop Violence in the Sex Trades Act amends statutes so that consenting adults who trade sex, collaborate with or support sex working peers, or patronize adult sex workers will not be charged.

The push to speed up New York City’s buses has kicked into high gear with the formation of an advisory group designed to advocate for changing the design of some streets, even if neighborhoods object, to get buses moving faster.

Firearms distributor United Sporting Cos. loaded up on guns ahead of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, expecting a surge in sales that would likely follow the election of a Democrat. Then Hillary Clinton lost, and now the company has filed for bankruptcy.

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer added his voice to the chorus of scorn for the International Joint Commission’s management of Lake Ontario’s record-high water levels. He also promised help to those dealing with flooding.

At the start of a conference in Rochester today, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that the new Lake Ontario Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative would receive up to $300 million in funding for communities along the lake and St. Lawrence River.

When New York’s crucial rent-control laws have been up for renewal, political donations to state lawmakers from the state’s influential real estate industry have dwarfed those made by small individual donors, according to a report set to be released tomorrow.

More than a thousand St. Clare’s Hospital employees had their pensions pulled and are now trying to find a solution, with more than 200 of them signing an open letter to Cuomo, state lawmakers, and the Albany Diocese.

A former member of NXIVM spiritual leader Keith Raniere’s “master/slave” group testified at his criminal trial that actress Allison Mack wanted her to sign a contract acknowledging the possibility of psychological injury, disfigurement, paralysis or death.

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s presidential campaign announced she has received donations from 65,000 supporters, practically securing a spot on the first Democratic primary debate stage at the end of June.

A missing piece of the contract between the Fulton City School District and the Golden Sun Bus Service nearly cost the district more than $1 million in state penalties, but district officials have successfully negotiated a forgiveness bill with local state lawmakers.

A coalition has begun calling for a municipal public bank in New York City. While the issue has attracted little attention or support so far locally, it has gained some traction in other U.S. states.

Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz complained about the lack of security in his native Dominican Republic in 2015 — four years before he was badly wounded in a shooting there.

The National Cancer Institute has reaffirmed its support for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center by renewing its status as one of 50 elite cancer centers nationwide and announcing a new $22.5 million grant that will bolster breakthrough treatments, cancer prevention efforts and clinical trials.

Happy Birthday to former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who turned 60 today.