Stephen Colbert will broadcast out of the Ed Sullivan Theatre when he takes over next year.
The eight Long Island Rail Road unions reached a deal with the MTA Thursday.
Officers were told to keep enforcing the law, despite Thompson's vow to dismiss many marijuana charges.
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New York's medical marijuana bill will cover those with HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's, Crohn's Disease and more.
The bill requires financial disclosure from key executives at the Queens Library.
The housing plan near the Barclays Center got a kickstart from the state, city and civic groups.
Gov. Cuomo gave state workers an extended lunch break to watch Team USA against Germany the World Cup.
The Independent Democratic Conference, led by Sen. Jeff Klein, is rejoining the fold.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state legislators announed an agreement on a pilot program for medical marijuana.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that commercial drivers will start seeing 20 percent rebates this week.
A plan for East River berms won federal funding, as did proposals in The Bronx and Staten Island.
Cuomo signed a bill that will lower taxes for people who made repairs on their home after the storm.
The funds will be used to elevate vital infrastructure to avoid flooding from future storm surges.
President Barack Obama spoke at a somber ceremony opening the underground museum Thursday.
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