The city’s Taxi and Limousine Commission has moved ahead with new rules for for-hire app-based car services.

Rep. Chris Collins now faces fewer charges in his federal insider trading case. Federal prosecutors dropped three of the eight counts against Collins. He’s still accused of insider trading, but dropping some of the more minor counts streamlines the case.

A large crowd in Times Square was sent scrambling for cover Tuesday night after loud sounds rang out.

Former City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is running for Congress after a failed bid for public advocate earlier this year.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a model for what he should be a national template for gun control legislation in the wake of a pair of mass shootings last weekend in Ohio and Texas.

Members of the New York State Senate Investigations Committee expressed in a 143-page report that they found numerous shortcomings by state and local governments during a six-month code enforcement investigation.

The Dutchess County Legislature is considering two animal welfare proposals.

Rep. Anthony Brindisi spoke about the inaction of social media companies in the time following the murder of Bianca Devins.

Local governments across New York State are preparing for bail reform arriving in January that will bring sweeping changes to how low-level felonies and misdemeanor crimes are prosecuted.

Even before new state justice reforms hit the books next year, fewer people are going to jail in Monroe County.