Politics

Mayor Adams questions if migrants camped outside NYC hotel are actually migrants: ‘I’m not even sure they are’

Mayor Adams suggested Wednesday that dozens of mostly Latin American men sleeping outside a Manhattan hotel may not actually be migrants, drawing ire from a representative of the group who accused...

Biden and McCarthy hold first White House meeting of divided Congress amid debt ceiling standoff

President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy were set Wednesday to hold a high-stakes face-to-face meeting at the...

Trump outlines plan to attack trans rights if re-elected, vows to ‘protect children from left-wing gender insanity’

Former President Donald Trump vowed to end gender-affirming care for minors if re-elected in 2024 in an outright...

FBI search turns up no classified documents at Biden’s beach home

The FBI Wednesday found no classified documents after searching President Biden’s Delaware beach home in the latest sign...

Rep. George Santos vows to stop lying as feds start probe of alleged animal charity scam

You won’t hear any more fibs from Rep. George Santos — he gave his word. The lying GOP lawmaker...

N.Y. lawmakers unhappy as Hochul makes 11th hour appeal to amend Grieving Families Act

ALBANY — Lawmakers pushed back Monday after Gov. Hochul proposed 11th-hour changes to a measure expanding the types of damages that could be won...

Trump attacks Ron DeSantis for being too liberal on COVID and vaccine mandates

Deriding the Florida governor as “Ron DeSanctimonious,” Trump accused his leading potential GOP presidential rival of trying to “rewrite history” on COVID. It’s not surprising...

Putin threatened missile strike on U.K. before Ukraine war, Boris Johnson says

President Vladimir Putin threatened to direct a Russian missile strike at Britain in the leadup to his invasion of Ukraine, Boris Johnson said in...

After delays under Trump, Biden vows to kick-start NYC’s Hudson River rail tunnels: ‘We’re gonna get it done’

President Biden pledged Tuesday to press full steam ahead on New York City’s Hudson River rail tunnel project, starting with a $292 million cash...

Hochul vetoes Grieving Families Act after 11th hour push for changes to bill to reform NY wrongful death law

“Gov. Hochul has turned her back on the people who deserve the opportunity to seek justice the most,” said Tom Valet, president of the...