A winter storm warning is in effect across Central and Western New York with a cold front bringing record cold temperatures and snowfall of more than 12 inches in some parts of the region.
The two quarreled over whether the NRA had a right to review documents related to the attorney general's investigation into its tax-exempt status.
In the wake of the ongoing vaping crisis, Massachusetts and New York have proposed legislation that will ban sales of menthol and mint flavored cigarettes statewide. But store owners are crying foul, saying it's wrong to ban products that aren't causing short term problems.
A suit filed under New York's Child Victims Act claims Howard Hubbard used his position as a priest "to groom and to sexually abuse" a 16-year-old in the mid-1990s.
Critics claim Jehovah's Witnesses leaders have turned a blind eye to "massive and horrendous abuse" for years.
"I hope this law improves public safety and gives victims their day in court," says New York state Senator Brad Hoylman, author of the Child Victims Act. "It's more than about money—it's about about being recognized by court of law for suffering."
The National Weather Service has urged the public to stay safe in the excessive heat.
"New York lawmakers are providing a new avenue for the House Ways and Means Committee to obtain these crucial financial documents. As soon as this bill becomes law, all Chairman Neal will have to do is ask," a progressive advocacy group stated.
"We can't make up for the loss of the parent, but we can at least make sure they get the college education they deserve," said New York state Senator John Brooks of his bill.
The bill, if passed into law, would allow minors over 14 in New York to receive vaccinations without parental approval.
Teacher Andrea Bryan is suing the Commack School District in New York State over years of alleged racial discrimination and harassment from some of her colleagues and students.
Authorities found Marcia Morrison in her home with multiple fatal stab wounds. She had celebrated her 101-year-old birthday last week.
Tenants' lawsuit claims Kushner Cos. renovated units "to transform and convert a Rent Stabilized residential apartment building into a luxury condominium."
Keith Raniere is alleged to have created a secret society in which he blackmailed "slaves" and branded them with his initials.
He asked lawmakers to allow Justice Department to interfere with states' medical marijuana laws.
It has a myriad of problems and may be unconstitutional.
Five major companies will pay more than $300,000 in fines for selling illegal toy guns.
The manhunt for Richard Matt and David Sweat continues.
The 69-year-old Republican is positioning himself as a Washington outsider and moderate.
Is the village of Bloomingburg, New York, trying to slow growth—or block Ultra-Orthodox Jews from moving in?
At a Manhattan gala, the tycoon and reality show star was hailed as the future of the Republican Party