The National Rifle Association on Monday called New York City’s proposed change to the gun law set to be examined by the Supreme Court a “feeble attempt to stop the lawsuit over the city’s unconstitutional firearm travel ban” that shouldn’t prevent the Court from hearing the case.
New York Democrats in Congress are staying silent after Rep. Ilhan Omar (D., Minn.) called the 9/11 terror attacks “something” done by “some people.”
A plan to tax wealthy apartment owners in New York City is being called a “disaster” for an already struggling real estate market.
Several companies are relocating from the Empire State, numerous businesses have announced they are closing shop altogether citing economic reasons, and a new poll shows a third of New York residents plan to move because they can’t afford to stay.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) spoke Saturday at an event focused on eliminating private education and boycotting “racial” and “gender-biased” standardized testing.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D., N.Y.) has been privately working behind the scenes in an attempt to get Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to rethink his decision to pull out of its HQ2 plans in New York.
Teachers unions are increasingly using strikes as a bargaining tactic in the wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling that allows public sector dissidents to opt out of paying union dues.
Inside Edition has angered Twitter intellectuals after running a piece on “fare dodgers” in the New York subway system. The program’s news crew ambushed individuals who snuck onto the train platforms without paying, a practice the city’s transit authority has identified as an “increasing problem” that reportedly cost $215 million in lost revenue this year. …