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  • Advocates: Federal bill would gut Americans with Disabilities Act

    Advocates: Federal bill would gut Americans with Disabilities Act

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 6:38 PM EST2018-02-14 23:38:45 GMT
    Advocates say they're concerned that federal lawmakers could soon pass a bill that would strip away rights from people with disabilities.Advocates say they're concerned that federal lawmakers could soon pass a bill that would strip away rights from people with disabilities.

    Advocates say they're concerned that federal lawmakers could soon pass a bill that would strip away rights from people with disabilities.

    Advocates say they're concerned that federal lawmakers could soon pass a bill that would strip away rights from people with disabilities.

  • Feds, Oyster Bay at odds over emails in corruption cases

    Feds, Oyster Bay at odds over emails in corruption cases

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 5:18 PM EST2018-02-14 22:18:10 GMT
    The Town of Oyster Bay is at odds with federal prosecutors who want local officials to turn over emails that may serve as evidence in the corruption cases against the former supervisor and the former Nassau County executive.The Town of Oyster Bay is at odds with federal prosecutors who want local officials to turn over emails that may serve as evidence in the corruption cases against the former supervisor and the former Nassau County executive.

    The Town of Oyster Bay is at odds with federal prosecutors who want local officials to turn over emails that may serve as evidence in the corruption cases against the former supervisor and the former Nassau County executive.

    The Town of Oyster Bay is at odds with federal prosecutors who want local officials to turn over emails that may serve as evidence in the corruption cases against the former supervisor and the former Nassau County executive.

  • Trump's plan to rebuild US roads relies on local dollars

    Trump's plan to rebuild US roads relies on local dollars

    Monday, February 12 2018 6:06 PM EST2018-02-12 23:06:28 GMT

    President Donald Trump on Monday launched what he calls a "big week" for his infrastructure plan, which envisions $1.5 trillion in spending over a decade to rebuild roads and highways.

    President Donald Trump on Monday launched what he calls a "big week" for his infrastructure plan, which envisions $1.5 trillion in spending over a decade to rebuild roads and highways.

  • Domestic violence accusations swirl around White House aides

    Domestic violence accusations swirl around White House aides

    Friday, February 9 2018 10:14 PM EST2018-02-10 03:14:12 GMT
    Porter resigned this week after allegations emerged that he abused two of his ex-wives.Porter resigned this week after allegations emerged that he abused two of his ex-wives.

    President Donald Trump is praising a former top aide who resigned following allegations of domestic abuse, and critics are calling for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly to resign.

    President Donald Trump is praising a former top aide who resigned following allegations of domestic abuse, and critics are calling for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly to resign.

  • President Trump signs budget deal

    President Trump signs budget deal

    Friday, February 9 2018 5:30 AM EST2018-02-09 10:30:43 GMT
    Friday, February 9 2018 12:02 PM EST2018-02-09 17:02:34 GMT
    President Donald Trump has signed the budget deal.President Donald Trump has signed the budget deal.

    President Donald Trump has signed the budget deal. Trump tweets, "Just signed Bill. Our Military will now be stronger than ever before. We love and need our Military and gave them everything - and more. First time this has happened in a long time. Also means JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"

    President Donald Trump has signed the budget deal. Trump tweets, "Just signed Bill. Our Military will now be stronger than ever before. We love and need our Military and gave them everything - and more. First time this has happened in a long time. Also means JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!"

  • Trump to approve release of GOP memo

    Trump to approve release of GOP memo

    Thursday, February 1 2018 10:21 PM EST2018-02-02 03:21:18 GMT
    White House officials say President Donald Trump will clear the way for the publication of a controversial GOP-authored memo, despite objections from the FBI.White House officials say President Donald Trump will clear the way for the publication of a controversial GOP-authored memo, despite objections from the FBI.

    White House officials say President Donald Trump will clear the way for the publication of a controversial GOP-authored memo, despite objections from the FBI.

    White House officials say President Donald Trump will clear the way for the publication of a controversial GOP-authored memo, despite objections from the FBI.

  • Trump warns of immigration peril, touts economy in address

    Trump warns of immigration peril, touts economy in address

    Wednesday, January 31 2018 10:28 AM EST2018-01-31 15:28:26 GMT

    President Donald Trump called for a "new American moment" of unity Tuesday night and challenged lawmakers to make good on long-standing promises to fix a dangerously fractured immigration system, warning of evil outside forces seeking to undermine the nation's way of life.

    President Donald Trump called for a "new American moment" of unity Tuesday night and challenged lawmakers to make good on long-standing promises to fix a dangerously fractured immigration system, warning of evil outside forces seeking to undermine the nation's way of life.

  • WH reviewing classified GOP memo alleging surveillance abuse

    WH reviewing classified GOP memo alleging surveillance abuse

    Tuesday, January 30 2018 1:58 PM EST2018-01-30 18:58:50 GMT
    Tuesday, January 30 2018 2:19 PM EST2018-01-30 19:19:05 GMT

    Republicans on the House intelligence committee have voted to release a four-page classified memo related to the Russia election meddling probe.

    Republicans on the House intelligence committee have voted to release a four-page classified memo related to the Russia election meddling probe.

  • President invites parents of MS-13 victims to State of the Union

    President invites parents of MS-13 victims to State of the Union

    Monday, January 29 2018 10:10 PM EST2018-01-30 03:10:27 GMT
    President Donald Trump has invited Brentwood parents who lost their children to gang violence to his first State of the Union address.President Donald Trump has invited Brentwood parents who lost their children to gang violence to his first State of the Union address.

    President Donald Trump has invited Brentwood parents who lost their children to gang violence to his first State of the Union address.

    President Donald Trump has invited Brentwood parents who lost their children to gang violence to his first State of the Union address.

  • Town's pay hikes, touted as equality-driven, went mostly to men

    Town's pay hikes, touted as equality-driven, went mostly to men

    Monday, January 29 2018 5:40 PM EST2018-01-29 22:40:32 GMT
    Controversy surrounds pay hikes for Oyster Bay town officialsControversy surrounds pay hikes for Oyster Bay town officials

    New pay hikes in the Town of Oyster Bay are not sitting well with some workers and taxpayers.

    New pay hikes in the Town of Oyster Bay are not sitting well with some workers and taxpayers.

  • In State of Union, Trump to make case that America is back

    In State of Union, Trump to make case that America is back

    Sunday, January 28 2018 5:28 PM EST2018-01-28 22:28:25 GMT

    Seeking to move past the shadow of the Russia investigation, President Donald Trump intends to use his first State of the Union address to cite economic progress under his watch while pushing for bipartisanship with Democrats on issues such as rebuilding roads and bridges. 

    Seeking to move past the shadow of the Russia investigation, President Donald Trump intends to use his first State of the Union address to cite economic progress under his watch while pushing for bipartisanship with Democrats on issues such as rebuilding roads and bridges. 

  • Report: Trump wanted Mueller fired, backed off

    Report: Trump wanted Mueller fired, backed off

    Thursday, January 25 2018 10:33 PM EST2018-01-26 03:33:53 GMT
    Friday, January 26 2018 5:28 AM EST2018-01-26 10:28:21 GMT
    President Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, but he backed off the order after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign, according to a report Thursday in The New York Times.President Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, but he backed off the order after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign, according to a report Thursday in The New York Times.

    President Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, according to a report in The New York Times.

    President Donald Trump ordered the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June, according to a report in The New York Times.

  • Curran: Steps taken to 'stop corruption before it starts' in Nassau

    Curran: Steps taken to 'stop corruption before it starts' in Nassau

    Thursday, January 25 2018 6:44 PM EST2018-01-25 23:44:29 GMT
    Nassau County Executive Laura Curran responded to Wednesday's bombshell details surrounding the alleged bribery of officials in Nassau County by saying she's already taken two major steps to stop corruption before it starts.Nassau County Executive Laura Curran responded to Wednesday's bombshell details surrounding the alleged bribery of officials in Nassau County by saying she's already taken two major steps to stop corruption before it starts.

    Nassau County Executive Laura Curran responded to Wednesday's bombshell details surrounding the alleged bribery of officials in Nassau County by saying she's already taken two major steps to stop corruption before it starts.

    Nassau County Executive Laura Curran responded to Wednesday's bombshell details surrounding the alleged bribery of officials in Nassau County by saying she's already taken two major steps to stop corruption before it starts.

  • Protesters call for Islip councilwoman to step down over Facebook post

    Protesters call for Islip councilwoman to step down over Facebook post

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 5:36 PM EST2018-01-23 22:36:45 GMT
    Protesters rallying outside Islip Town Hall Tuesday called for Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt to step down after posting what they say was an insensitive remark on her Facebook page.Protesters rallying outside Islip Town Hall Tuesday called for Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt to step down after posting what they say was an insensitive remark on her Facebook page.

    Protesters rallying outside Islip Town Hall Tuesday called for Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt to step down after posting what they say was an insensitive remark on her Facebook page. 

    Protesters rallying outside Islip Town Hall Tuesday called for Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt to step down after posting what they say was an insensitive remark on her Facebook page. 

  • 'Dreamers' vexed by Democrats' strategy on DACA protection

    'Dreamers' vexed by Democrats' strategy on DACA protection

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 5:32 PM EST2018-01-23 22:32:54 GMT
    Some so-called Dreamers told News 12 that they were upset that Congress approved a temporary spending bill to end the government shutdown without a deal on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.Some so-called Dreamers told News 12 that they were upset that Congress approved a temporary spending bill to end the government shutdown without a deal on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.

    Some so-called Dreamers told News 12 that they were upset that Congress approved a temporary spending bill to end the government shutdown without a deal on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. 

    Some so-called Dreamers told News 12 that they were upset that Congress approved a temporary spending bill to end the government shutdown without a deal on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. 

  • Curran declares victory in Nassau executive race

    Curran declares victory in Nassau executive race

    Wednesday, November 8 2017 1:08 AM EST2017-11-08 06:08:10 GMT
    Legislator Laura Curran has declared victory in the Nassau County executive race.Legislator Laura Curran has declared victory in the Nassau County executive race.

    Legislator Laura Curran has declared victory in the Nassau County executive race. 

    Legislator Laura Curran has declared victory in the Nassau County executive race. 

  • No new sheriff in town: Suffolk race too close to call

    No new sheriff in town: Suffolk race too close to call

    Wednesday, November 8 2017 12:29 PM EST2017-11-08 17:29:55 GMT
    Errol Toulon Jr., the Democratic candidate for Suffolk County sheriff, narrowly edged out a victory over Republican candidate Larry Zacarese.Errol Toulon Jr., the Democratic candidate for Suffolk County sheriff, narrowly edged out a victory over Republican candidate Larry Zacarese.

    Errol Toulon Jr., the Democratic candidate for Suffolk County sheriff, narrowly edged out a victory over Republican candidate Larry Zacarese. 

    Errol Toulon Jr., the Democratic candidate for Suffolk County sheriff, narrowly edged out a victory over Republican candidate Larry Zacarese. 

  • Tim Sini wins race for Suffolk district attorney

    Tim Sini wins race for Suffolk district attorney

    Tuesday, November 7 2017 11:29 PM EST2017-11-08 04:29:17 GMT
    Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini has declared victory in the race for Suffolk County district attorney.Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini has declared victory in the race for Suffolk County district attorney.

    The most high-profile race in Suffolk County is for district attorney – pitting Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini against defense attorney Ray Perini, a former assistant DA. 

    The most high-profile race in Suffolk County is for district attorney – pitting Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini against defense attorney Ray Perini, a former assistant DA. 

  • New York voters reject constitutional convention measure

    New York voters reject constitutional convention measure

    Tuesday, November 7 2017 10:55 PM EST2017-11-08 03:55:03 GMT
    New Yorkers have rejected a measure calling for a constitutional convention.New Yorkers have rejected a measure calling for a constitutional convention.

    New Yorkers have rejected a measure calling for a constitutional convention. 

    New Yorkers have rejected a measure calling for a constitutional convention. 

  • Huntington to elect new supervisor for 1st time since the '90s

    Huntington to elect new supervisor for 1st time since the '90s

    Tuesday, November 7 2017 6:25 PM EST2017-11-07 23:25:03 GMT
    For the first time since the mid-1990s, the Town of Huntington will get a new supervisor.For the first time since the mid-1990s, the Town of Huntington will get a new supervisor.

    For the first time since the mid-1990s, the Town of Huntington will get a new supervisor.

    For the first time since the mid-1990s, the Town of Huntington will get a new supervisor.

  • Island Vote: Nassau executive candidates try to earn last-minute votes

    Island Vote: Nassau executive candidates try to earn last-minute votes

    Sunday, November 5 2017 5:31 PM EST2017-11-05 22:31:35 GMT

    The candidates vying to be the next Nassau County executive pounded the pavement Sunday trying to earn every last vote before Election Day on Tuesday.

    The candidates vying to be the next Nassau County executive pounded the pavement Sunday trying to earn every last vote before Election Day on Tuesday.

  • Island Vote: Nassau County executive race

    Island Vote: Nassau County executive race

    Friday, November 3 2017 7:25 PM EDT2017-11-03 23:25:42 GMT

    Nassau voters will decide on a new county executive who will be tasked with taking on the decades-old two-headed monster of Nassau politics: Corruption and fiscal irresponsibility.

    Nassau voters will decide on a new county executive who will be tasked with taking on the decades-old two-headed monster of Nassau politics: Corruption and fiscal irresponsibility.

  • Island Vote: Trump's impact during off-year election

    Island Vote: Trump's impact during off-year election

    Thursday, November 2 2017 5:54 PM EDT2017-11-02 21:54:28 GMT
    Without the presence of any major federal or state elected officials on the ballot this Election Day, many are wondering if President Donald Trump’s controversial policies and the tone in Washington, D.C. will have any effect on local races.Without the presence of any major federal or state elected officials on the ballot this Election Day, many are wondering if President Donald Trump’s controversial policies and the tone in Washington, D.C. will have any effect on local races.

    Without the presence of any major federal or state elected officials on the ballot this Election Day, many are wondering if President Donald Trump's controversial policies and the tone in Washington, D.C. will have any effect on local races. 

    Without the presence of any major federal or state elected officials on the ballot this Election Day, many are wondering if President Donald Trump's controversial policies and the tone in Washington, D.C. will have any effect on local races. 

  • Island Vote: Residents to head to polls to vote for Suffolk County DA

    Island Vote: Residents to head to polls to vote for Suffolk County DA

    Wednesday, November 1 2017 7:39 PM EDT2017-11-01 23:39:52 GMT

    In six days, Long Islanders will head to the polls to cast their ballots for Suffolk County district attorney.

    In six days, Long Islanders will head to the polls to cast their ballots for Suffolk County district attorney.

  • Island Vote: Expert predicts little change in Nassau Legislature

    Island Vote: Expert predicts little change in Nassau Legislature

    Tuesday, October 31 2017 8:49 PM EDT2017-11-01 00:49:46 GMT
    Despite every seat in the Nassau Legislature being up for grabs, there is not expected to be too many new faces in those positions, according to political strategist Mike Dawidziak.Despite every seat in the Nassau Legislature being up for grabs, there is not expected to be too many new faces in those positions, according to political strategist Mike Dawidziak.

    Despite every seat in the Nassau Legislature being up for grabs, there is not expected to be too many new faces in those positions, according to political strategist Mike Dawidziak. 

    Despite every seat in the Nassau Legislature being up for grabs, there is not expected to be too many new faces in those positions, according to political strategist Mike Dawidziak. 

  • Flyer endorsing Martins for Nassau executive calls Curran 'MS-13's choice'

    Flyer endorsing Martins for Nassau executive calls Curran 'MS-13's choice'

    Tuesday, October 31 2017 6:18 PM EDT2017-10-31 22:18:30 GMT
    The flier was sent to voters in Nassau County by the New York State Republican Committee.The flier was sent to voters in Nassau County by the New York State Republican Committee.

    A controversial mailer endorsing Jack Martins for Nassau County executive states that Democratic candidate Laura Curran is "MS-13's choice for county executive. She shouldn't be yours."

    A controversial mailer endorsing Jack Martins for Nassau County executive states that Democratic candidate Laura Curran is "MS-13's choice for county executive. She shouldn't be yours."

  • Island Vote: Solages poised to win despite summer arrest

    Island Vote: Solages poised to win despite summer arrest

    Wednesday, November 1 2017 3:06 PM EDT2017-11-01 19:06:41 GMT
    Despite his arrest on assault charges this past summer, political strategists say incumbent Carrie Solages still has the edge over his Republican opponent in the 3rd Legislative District.Despite his arrest on assault charges this past summer, political strategists say incumbent Carrie Solages still has the edge over his Republican opponent in the 3rd Legislative District.

    Despite his arrest on assault charges this past summer, political strategists say incumbent Carrie Solages still has the edge over his Republican opponent in the 3rd Legislative District.      

    Despite his arrest on assault charges this past summer, political strategists say incumbent Carrie Solages still has the edge over his Republican opponent in the 3rd Legislative District.      

  • Audio tape appears to contradict Jack Martins' stance on tax hike

    Audio tape appears to contradict Jack Martins' stance on tax hike

    Wednesday, October 25 2017 6:14 PM EDT2017-10-25 22:14:54 GMT
    Audio recordings from a recent CSEA union meeting appear to contradict Jack Martins' official position that an increase in taxes or fees is not necessary to balance the county's budget.Audio recordings from a recent CSEA union meeting appear to contradict Jack Martins' official position that an increase in taxes or fees is not necessary to balance the county's budget.

    Audio recordings from a recent CSEA union meeting appear to contradict Jack Martins' official position that an increase in taxes or fees is not necessary to balance the county's budget. 

    Audio recordings from a recent CSEA union meeting appear to contradict Jack Martins' official position that an increase in taxes or fees is not necessary to balance the county's budget. 

  • Island Vote: After 40 years, a change for Smithtown

    Island Vote: After 40 years, a change for Smithtown

    Friday, October 20 2017 5:48 PM EDT2017-10-20 21:48:50 GMT
    With 40-year incumbent Pat Vecchio out of the race, three candidates are now vying to be Smithtown's next town supervisor.With 40-year incumbent Pat Vecchio out of the race, three candidates are now vying to be Smithtown's next town supervisor.

    With 40-year incumbent Pat Vecchio out of the race, three candidates are now vying to be Smithtown's next town supervisor.

    With 40-year incumbent Pat Vecchio out of the race, three candidates are now vying to be Smithtown's next town supervisor.

  • Island Vote: Past corruption looms over Oyster Bay supervisor race

    Island Vote: Past corruption looms over Oyster Bay supervisor race

    Thursday, October 19 2017 6:23 PM EDT2017-10-19 22:23:57 GMT

    Though five men are currently running for Oyster Bay town supervisor, it is the name of a sixth man that looms perhaps largest over the race – former Supervisor John Venditto, who resigned in January after being indicted on federal corruption charges.

    Though five men are currently running for Oyster Bay town supervisor, it is the name of a sixth man that looms perhaps largest over the race – former Supervisor John Venditto, who resigned in January after being indicted on federal corruption charges.

  • Island Vote: Hempstead in-fighting could leave opening for Dems

    Island Vote: Hempstead in-fighting could leave opening for Dems

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 6:03 PM EDT2017-10-18 22:03:44 GMT
    Political experts say Democrats have the opportunity to take advantage of political infighting in the Town of Hempstead – an area that has had Republicans in charge for 100 years.Political experts say Democrats have the opportunity to take advantage of political infighting in the Town of Hempstead – an area that has had Republicans in charge for 100 years.

    Political experts say Democrats have the opportunity to take advantage of political infighting in the Town of Hempstead – an area that has had Republicans in charge for 100 years. 

    Political experts say Democrats have the opportunity to take advantage of political infighting in the Town of Hempstead – an area that has had Republicans in charge for 100 years. 

  • Suffolk County District Attorney In-Studio Debate

    Suffolk County District Attorney In-Studio Debate

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 5:04 PM EDT2017-10-18 21:04:33 GMT
    Complete in-studio debate between Suffolk County district attorney candidates Tim Sini and Raymond Perini.Complete in-studio debate between Suffolk County district attorney candidates Tim Sini and Raymond Perini.
    Complete in-studio debate between Suffolk County district attorney candidates Tim Sini and Raymond Perini.
    Complete in-studio debate between Suffolk County district attorney candidates Tim Sini and Raymond Perini.
  • Nassau County Executive In-Studio Debate

    Nassau County Executive Debate

    Monday, October 16 2017 5:20 PM EDT2017-10-16 21:20:41 GMT

    Complete in-studio debate between Nassau County Executive candidates Laura Curran and Jack Martins.

    Complete in-studio debate between Nassau County Executive candidates Laura Curran and Jack Martins.

  • Critics say Trump too focused on NFL amid Puerto Rico crisis

    Critics say Trump too focused on NFL amid Puerto Rico crisis

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 8:07 PM EDT2017-09-27 00:07:46 GMT

    Some Puerto Ricans on Long Island are criticizing President Donald Trump's response to the crisis in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

    Some Puerto Ricans on Long Island are criticizing President Donald Trump's response to the crisis in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

  • VIDEO: Nassau County Executive Democratic Primary In-Studio Debate

    VIDEO: Nassau County Executive Democratic Primary In-Studio Debate

    Complete in-studio debate between Laura Curran and George Maragos.

    Complete in-studio debate between Laura Curran and George Maragos.

  • Legislator Solages proclaims innocence in Facebook post

    Legislator Solages proclaims innocence in Facebook post

    Thursday, June 22 2017 10:24 PM EDT2017-06-23 02:24:20 GMT

    A Nassau County legislator arrested on an assault charge posted a message on Facebook proclaiming his innocence.

    A Nassau County legislator arrested on an assault charge posted a message on Facebook proclaiming his innocence.

  • Ed Walsh to serve 2 years for wire fraud, stealing gov't funds

    Ed Walsh to serve 2 years for wire fraud, stealing gov't funds

    Tuesday, June 20 2017 4:52 PM EDT2017-06-20 20:52:49 GMT

    Former Suffolk County Conservative Party chairman Ed Walsh was sentenced Tuesday to 24 months in prison and three years of supervised release after being convicted of wire fraud and theft of government funds. 

    Former Suffolk County Conservative Party chairman Ed Walsh was sentenced Tuesday to 24 months in prison and three years of supervised release after being convicted of wire fraud and theft of government funds. 

  • Sini to stay on as police commissioner during DA campaign

    Sini to stay on as police commissioner during DA campaign

    Sunday, May 14 2017 4:46 PM EDT2017-05-14 20:46:59 GMT
    Monday, May 15 2017 5:39 AM EDT2017-05-15 09:39:16 GMT

    Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini last week announced his candidacy for county District Attorney, and he will also stay on in his current role with the police department during the campaign. 

    Suffolk Police Commissioner Tim Sini last week announced his candidacy for county District Attorney, and he will also stay on in his current role with the police department during the campaign. 

  • Leading Nassau Democrats split in county executive race

    Leading Nassau Democrats split in county executive race

    Two leading Democrats in Nassau County are duking it over who should be the party's nominee for county executive.Two leading Democrats in Nassau County are duking it over who should be the party's nominee for county executive.

    Two leading Democrats in Nassau County are duking it over who should be the party's nominee for county executive.

    Two leading Democrats in Nassau County are duking it over who should be the party's nominee for county executive.

  • Report: Sini eyes run for Suffolk DA

    Report: Sini eyes run for Suffolk DA

    According to Newsday, Tim Sini is one of several candidates being vetted for candidacy by the Conservative Party.According to Newsday, Tim Sini is one of several candidates being vetted for candidacy by the Conservative Party.

    According to Newsday, Sini is one of several candidates being vetted for candidacy by the Conservative Party.

    According to Newsday, Sini is one of several candidates being vetted for candidacy by the Conservative Party.

  • State could strip local authority over Uber, Lyft

    State could strip local authority over Uber, Lyft

    Critics say there will be chaos in local municipalities if state lawmakers pass a new ride-sharing bill attached to the state budget.Critics say there will be chaos in local municipalities if state lawmakers pass a new ride-sharing bill attached to the state budget.

    Critics say there will be chaos in local municipalities if state lawmakers pass a new ride-sharing bill attached to the state budget.

    Critics say there will be chaos in local municipalities if state lawmakers pass a new ride-sharing bill attached to the state budget.

  • State lawmakers pass budget extender after missing deadline

    State lawmakers pass budget extender after missing deadline

    State legislators passed an emergency bill Monday to keep the state government running until a budget agreement can be reached.State legislators passed an emergency bill Monday to keep the state government running until a budget agreement can be reached.

    State legislators passed an emergency bill Monday to keep the state government running until a budget agreement can be reached.

    State legislators passed an emergency bill Monday to keep the state government running until a budget agreement can be reached.

  • Pundits: Gov. Cuomo 'a clear front runner' for 2020 presidential bid

    Pundits: Gov. Cuomo 'a clear front runner' for 2020 presidential bid

    Many political pundits believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been courting liberal voters ahead of a potential run for the White House in 2020.Many political pundits believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been courting liberal voters ahead of a potential run for the White House in 2020.

    Many political pundits believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been courting liberal voters ahead of a potential run for the White House in 2020. This week, New York became the first state to offer free college tuition for families earning less than $125,000 per year. Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was there when he signed the bill.

    Many political pundits believe Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been courting liberal voters ahead of a potential run for the White House in 2020. This week, New York became the first state to offer free college tuition for families earning less than $125,000 per year. Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was there when he signed the bill.

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