Gov. Andrew Cuomo expressed frustration with those who doubt the wisdom of his plans for the Aqueduct convention center.
A little noticed provision in the state budget would allow Gov. Cuomo to move money around state agencies without lawmakers’ approval.
Under a new policy, the Dept. of Homeless Services will go into homes and see if they can find sleeping space in newly homeless’ last residence.
In the wake of the billboard that fell onto the BQE, The Times looks how difficult it it enforce restrictions on the signs.
Mike Bloomberg gave thousands of dollars to lawmakers who supported his five-boro taxi plan.
The CIA’s top lawyer said he never approved the agency’s plans to send agents to assist the NYPD.
Dean Skelos and Ed Cox are meeting to discuss the state of the Queens GOP after City Councilman Peter Koo announced that he was switching parties.
Joseph M. Kyrillos Jr, a State Senator who is an ally of Gov. Chris Christie, will run for the Senate against a Christie foe, Robert Menendez.
Forty-three members of opposing gangs in Brownsville were indicted.
More than a dozen Park Slope eateries have shut down due to a bad economy in the past few months.
John Samuelsen cancelled contract talks with the MTA, accusing the agency of leaking their proposals to the The Daily News.
A Tennessee lawmaker warned New Yorkers visiting his home state to pay extra special attention to all traffic regulations, threatening retribution after a Tennessean was arrested at the 9/11 Memorial for carrying a concealed weapon.
A federal judge ruled that an Occupy the Courts protest is not allowed to take place at the Federal Courthouse downtown.
Stephen Colbert will hold a rally with Herman Cain.
Bill de Blasio participated in an all-night Twitter protest of the Citizens United decision.
Google’s Chelsea headquarters are getting hit with a massive 17 percent property tax hike.
There remain questions about where Gov. Cuomo expects to get the money to pay for his infrastructure plan.
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