NBC's bread-winners "America's Got Talent" and "The Tonight Show" are moving to New York City.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the decision was "irrational" and "negligent."
Reps. Jeffries and Meeks back revitalization of the old rail line.
Under the deal, the minimum wage will incease to $9 an hour by 2016.
Andrew Cuomo is in no hurry to fill post. Train buffs say it's because Thomas Prendergast runs the MTA.
The South Ferry station will open ahead of schedule after it was devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
James Molinaro talked about new development projects, as well as rebuilding efforts after Sandy.
But local leaders say the project, which will replace a garage, is a bad fit for 125th Street.
Some local leaders say the state may be playing politics with the proposal.
President Barack Obama took a page from Mayor Bloomberg in his State of the Union speech.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said banks are holding onto at least $200 million in Sandy funds.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled his final budget Tuesday at City Hall.
2,500 teaching jobs are on the line, Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned.
No Way QueensWay asks locals to oppose developing the abandoned LIRR branch.
Residents told a state Moreland Commission panel about poor communication by Con Ed after Sandy.
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