For the first time, federal prosecutors have disclosed they are developing a potential national security case against Yujing Zhang, the 33-year-old Chinese woman charged with unlawfully entering Mar-a-Lago with a stash of electronic equipment.

The bill that permanently authorizes the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund passed out of the House Judiciary Committee unanimously – a day after former “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart shamed members of a Judiciary subcommittee for failing to be present for testimony from 9/11 first responders.

A new proposed rule from the U.S. Forest Service designed to make environmental reviews more efficient would shortcut important oversight of industry plans, environmentalists say.

Nearly 70 percent of American voters believe a sitting president should be able to be charged criminally, but 61 percent oppose Congress beginning the process to impeach President Trump, a new Q poll found.

Two weeks after making headlines for a pledge to work together on legislation prohibiting members of Congress from becoming lobbyists, Texas Sen. Cruz and New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on the same side of another issue: making birth control available over the counter.

Hunter Biden, the younger son of Former Vice President-turned-presidential hopeful Joe Biden, recently married South Africa native Melissa Cohen. This comes about a month after a report that he had split from the widow of his late brother, Beau Biden.

With the daily app-based for-hire vehicle trips nearing 800,000 per day, Mayor Bill de Blasio has decided to permanently suspend the issuance of new licenses, a limit passed by the City Council in August.

A little more than a month after unveiling plans for a $400 million mixed-use project on Long Island, Macy’s has agreed to sell its store at the Galleria shopping mall in White Plains.

A City Limits investigation indicates enforcement of AC 19-190 in NYC is falling short of its intended goal of creating tougher penalties for drivers who fail to yield the right of way and hurt people as a result, since the majority of actions under the law have been civil summonses, a majority of which end up getting tossed.

Bill Hammond: “Dozens of health-care bills percolating through the Legislature in the closing days of session have one thing in common: They would add to the already high price of health insurance in New York State.”

Leaders of the International Joint Commission will meet soon to discuss Lake Ontario shoreline flooding — but said they cannot unilaterally change the regulations that govern the lake’s water level.

During an interview with The Des Moines Register, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a 2020 Democratic hopeful, said opposing abortion rights is akin to being racist.

Democracy for America became the first Democratic group to make an endorsement in the NY-24 2020 race, endorsing Dana Balter over two Democratic rivals for a re-match against Republican Rep. John Katko.

The biggest beneficiaries of rent regulation in New York aren’t low-income tenants across New York City, but more affluent, white residents of Manhattan, challenging the view that the plight of tenants is constantly changing for the worse.

Workers at The Syracuse New Times have been told there will only be two more issues published. This comes just a few months after the New Times became a paid subscription service, in an effort to keep operations afloat.

Residents of Manhattan’s “Billionaires’ Row” plan to appeal a court decision that greenlights a homeless shelter in the ritzy Manhattan neighborhood, they said.

NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson is expected to unveil a package of bills aimed at preventing inaction by the Taxi and Limousine Commission while cab drivers became mired in reckless loans that saddled them with debt they could not afford.

A coalition of good-government groups are asking the state Joint Commission on Public Ethics to structure its search for a new executive director in a way that promotes independence at the watchdog entity.

Sen. Bob Antonacci stood out in the New York Senate yesterday when he was the only member to vote against two bills aimed at preventing suicide by black and LGBT youth.

The next new development to ride Manhattan’s senior housing wave could soon be coming to Hudson Yards, compliments of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer and Related Companies.

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s campaign announced an Iowa family would be receiving $1,000 per month for a year as part of his effort to show the benefits of his proposed “Freedom Dividend” universal basic income plan.

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is selling a two-bedroom condo in Palm Beach, Florida, which he has owned for almost a decade with his estranged third wife, Judith Nathan, for $3.3 million.

Sasha Obama is officially a high school graduate, and her parents (the former president and first lady) attended her Sunday, June 9, ceremony.