President Donald Trump said tariffs on Mexican goods are “indefinitely suspended” after negotiators from the US and Mexico were able to reach a deal on immigration enforcement.

The acting secretary of Homeland Security heralded Mexico’s decision to send thousands of its national guard troops to the Guatemalan border as a new development, disputing a report that said the concession that averted new tariffs had been agreed upon months ago.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed how Trump handled his latest trade and immigration talks with Mexico, repeating her claim that the President throws “temper tantrums.”

Michael Gove, a senior official in Britain and one of the top contenders to replace Theresa May as Conservative leader and prime minister, has admitted to taking illegal drugs in his youth, calling it “a mistake.”

Trump went after Comcast and various news networks late Saturday, accusing the media companies of reporting “lies” and claiming Comcast of showing “hatred.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden remains the top choice among Iowa Democrats, but his lead is slipping as two challengers build support in the crucial first-in-the-nation caucus state, according to a new poll.

The same poll showed Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg surging, while NYC Mayor Bill de Blasi doesn’t even register among Iowa voters.

Biden wished his former White House boss Barack Obama a happy “National Best Friend Day,” posting an image of two friendship bracelets with the names “Joe” and “Barack.”

Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon said that Biden must release his tax returns to prove that he’s not benefiting economically from China.

Hillary Clinton posted a rare personal message on Twitter, announcing her youngest brother, Tony Rodham, had died at the age of 65.

Clinton described her brother as “kind” and “generous,” adding: “We’ll miss him very much.” The cause of his death was not immediately reveled.

Clinton said that two “inescapable conclusions” came from special counsel Robert Mueller’s report — Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election and “obstruction of justice occurred.”

Actor Alec Baldwin says he’s “so done” playing Trump on “Saturday Night Live.”

Gov. Andrew Cuomo vowed to overhaul the MTA board following revelations that time clocks have been sabotaged amid a crackdown on overtime abuse.

The 62nd annual Puerto Rican Day Parade stepped off today in Manhattan. Singer Ricky Martin served as this year’s grand marshal and was celebrated for his foundation, which fights human trafficking.

Ruben Diaz Sr., a controversial Bronx politician, is under fire yet again — this time amid allegations he skirted a law prohibiting City Council members from earning outside income by accepting up to $30,000 in “birthday gifts” the past two years.

Linda Fairstein, the prosecutor involved in the “Central Park Five” case, was reportedly dropped by her publisher amid the fallout from a Netflix series about the conviction – and eventual exoneration – of five teens for a 1989 rape.

Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich has announced he is stepping aside from his position to focus on his role as Supervisor of the Town of Greece.

James J. Eagan of Orchard Park, the former secretary of the Democratic State Committee, who is often at odds with the party’s Erie County leaders, is demanding an investigation of headquarters finances and alleging “apparent violations” of campaign finance laws.

Buffalo Bishop Richard Malone says he’ll hold a series of listening sessions as the Roman Catholic Diocese continues to respond to criticism of its handling of complaints of sexual abuse by clergy.

The woman who leaked documents on clergy sex abuse in the Buffalo Catholic Diocese attended Malone’s first listening session with the laity Saturday.

Veteran New York City detective-turned-reporter Mike Sheehan, a key investigator in the Central Park Five case and the arrest of “preppie killer” Robert Chambers, has died at the age of 71 after losing a battle with cancer.

As the end of the legislative session nears in Albany, lawmakers might narrow the scope of a bill that sets the definition for public works projects requiring prevailing-wage rates.

The new bill would define a public works project by whether it exceeds thresholds for public subsidies, which would vary by region. For New York City, a project could receive up to $1 million in subsidies without requiring construction workers be paid prevailing wages.

Western New York Republican David Bellavia – veteran, author, former congressional candidate and current talk radio co-host – will become the 3,469th American to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Cuomo has called for the International Joint Commission (IJC) to reimburse the state of New York for costs associated with Lake Ontario flooding.

In addition, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand have called on the Army Corps of Engineers to approve two projects to help New York communities devastated by the flood waters.

An ambiguously worded court ruling that came out late Friday afternoon may have cost state lawmakers $20,000 apiece in raises, but enabled them to keep moonlighting.

Some NYC high schoolers followed de Blasio to Iowa, where he campaigned for his quixotic 2020 presidential bid, to ask him questions about policing in schools.

Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis ​trolled de Blasio as he spent the weekend campaigning in Iowa instead of attending the Puerto Rican Day Parade in Manhattan.

Gun rights advocates are coming to the defense of Common Council Member Ulysees O. Wingo and considering legal action against the Buffalo Public Schools, should it decide to ban the Buffalo Democrat from district property for 18 months for bringing a loaded gun into a school.

Cuomo bounced one of his newest MTA-board appointees last week, Michael Lynton, 59, former chair of Sony Entertainment and current board chair of the company that owns Snapchat, after just two months, reportedly because his pick was too “independent.”

An Army appeals court overturned a West Point cadet’s rape conviction last week, siding with a defense theory that the victim engaged in a consensual sexual encounter and took steps to avoid being detected by others who were nearby. The decision drew criticism from advocacy groups.

Embattled private trash hauler Flag Container Services will face the music this week over its lucrative contract to provide the NYC Sanitation Department with waste carting services that’s potentially worth $37 million.

Some of society’s most vulnerable people have long been preyed upon by abusive workers in group homes. New York vowed reforms, but they didn’t happen.

NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza waived job postings and other requirements to hire ex-employees he knew in California and Texas, including the former vice president of a company that has since racked up millions in sales to local schools, The NY Post has learned.

A NYC schools investigator was arrested on charges of drunken driving less than two months after a complaint was sent to Carranza that she reeked of pot, records show.

Tenant activists seeking tougher rent regulations rallied outside Cuomo’s Manhattan office on Saturday as they entered the home stretch of their fight to win dramatic new protections for New York renters.

Long Island Reps. Lee Zeldin, Pete King, Thomas Suozzi and Kathleen Rice urged the Environmental Protection Agency to set maximum contaminant levels for Nassau and Suffolk counties’ drinking water, which a watchdog group found to be the most contaminated in the state.

The opioid crisis is fueling sex trafficking on Long Island, leaving addicts vulnerable to exploitation by gang members and drug dealers who increasingly view prostitution as a low-risk, high-profit activity, law-enforcement officials say.

A Lyft driver who ran out of gas in Suffolk County was busted for driving with 17 license suspensions, according to cops.

Iconic buildings across New York state were lit up orange Friday night, at the direction of Cuomo, to mark National Gun Violence Awareness Day.

Brigadier General Laura Yeager, a former Black Hawk pilot who served in Iraq, will make history June 29th when she becomes the first woman to command an Army infantry division.

When Donald Trump’s sons Eric and Donald, Jr. went on their Irish pub crawl last week and offered free rounds for the house, they failed to pay the tab right away, according to at least one pub owner.

A former NYPD deputy inspector cleared of sexually assaulting a fellow cop says the pressure to plead guilty in the case was so intense, he checked himself into psychiatric treatment.

The Erie County executive race is scaling up to be another $1 million contest, with incumbent Democrat Mark Poloncarz far outspending his Republican opponent, Erie County Legislator Lynne M. Dixon of Hamburg.

An audit by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office found dozens of safety hazards, including barbed wire, peeling paint in play areas and toxic cleaning chemicals within children’s reach at some of New York City’s prekindergarten programs.

Cuomo announced the opening of the LGBTQ Pride Month exhibit entitled “Equality Will Never Be Silent,” which celebrates the New York State LGBTQ community and recognizes the meaningful political, cultural and artistic impacts of 16 LGBTQ New Yorkers.

The St. Lawrence County legislature last week unanimously passed a resolution thanking Cuomo and the Department of Corrections for keeping St. Lawrence County’s three state prisons open.

Two people were killed Saturday when their small plane crashed on Long Island’s North Fork, officials said.

A town ordinance is ruffling feathers in Babylon and a group of chicken lovers has mobilized to ask the town to change the law that prohibits fowl except in large back yards.

Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh and Syracuse Police Chief Kenton Buckner issued an update on the city’s review of an arrest a week ago caught on video that led to a protest and outcry from some community leaders.

Jesse Garcia drew more than 100 major donors to his first fundraiser as Suffolk County Republican chairman, a $750-a-head event at Porters on the lane restaurant in Bellport last week.

Salvatore Mangano, eldest son of former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, is one of the newest Nassau County police recruits.

Communities in Albany and Goldsboro, N.C. are mourning the sudden death of civil rights activist Liston A. Cyrus, who served just six months as president of the Albany branch of the The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), at age 55.

Less than a year after the Four Seasons Restaurant opened in its new location on East 49th Street in Manhattan, it is shutting its doors. The restaurant once known for the power lunch will close after lunch service on Tuesday.

Though she’s still on maternity leave, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle made her second post-baby appearance at the Trooping the Color ceremony in London on Saturday to honor Queen Elizabeth II on her 93rd birthday.

Here are five things to watch for in tonight’s Tony Awards.

Rafael Nadal has cemented his reputation and legacy at the French Open year after year, duel after duel, rout after rout. And he added another layer of mortar by holding off Dominic Thiem, 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1, to win his 12th title at Roland Garros.

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