New York, along with several other states, has filed suit to block the merger of mobile phone providers Sprint and T-Mobile.

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump exchanged heated barbs on the campaign trail.

House Democrats moved to receive court enforcement for subpoenas of Attorney General Bill Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn in an escalation of their legal battle with President Trump’s administration.

The pilot killed Monday when his helicopter slammed into the roof of a New York City skyscraper was not authorized to fly in limited visibility, according to his pilot certification, raising questions about why he took off in fog and steady rain.

New York City will start banning cars from most of 14th Street in Manhattan on July 1st. This is being done to speed up bus service.

Troy City Council President Carmella Mantello and a fellow council member will soon introduce legislation about the future of Troy as a sanctuary city.

Albany’s Common Council is looking for public input on the current fireworks laws.

The former DeWitt doctor whose murder conviction of his wife was overturned last summer will have his case heard by the state’s highest court in the fall.

Lake Ontario’s high waters continue to cause flooding problems for those along the shoreline.

A wet and rainy spring has businesses away from the floodwaters of Lake Ontario feeling the pinch.

Another lawsuit alleging sexual abuse has been filed against the Diocese of Rochester and several other local Catholic organizations.

A Rochester City Council seat up for grabs in this month’s primary lies in the south district. The seat was previously held by Adam McFadden, who last month pleaded guilty to wire fraud and filing a false tax return.

A Western New Yorker is receiving the nation’s highest military honor, and he said he’s representing every soldier who fought in Iraq.