Donald Trump

New York

Not just Trump: New Yorkers in the White House

For President's Day, we look at presidents from New York.

Andrew Cuomo

Does it matter if voters don’t want New Yorkers to run in 2020?

A new poll shows New York voters are against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio running for president. But that didn't stop Donald Trump.

Lee Zeldin

New York’s lawmakers react to release of controversial memo

New York Republicans backed President Trump, and leading Democrats cried foul.

Donald Trump

State of the Union emphasizes immigration, infrastructure

President Donald Trump's State of the Union address dealt with issues that will have an impact in New York.

New York State Senate

The Mercers donate generously to New York Republicans

The Mercers are well on their way to becoming among the most influential donors in New York politics.

Bill de Blasio

Trump is from New York City, but you can’t tell from his policies

Bill de Blasio is boycotting a planned meeting with President Donald Trump because despite Trump's New York City roots, his administration isn't pursuing an urban agenda.

Hakeem Jeffries

Jeffries: No infrastructure plan without public housing

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and other mayors had planned to meet with President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday to discuss infrastructure funding, but Rep. Hakeem Jeffries has his own plan.

Donald Trump

A year into Trump presidency, New Yorkers resist through nonprofits

Nonprofits have been a beneficiary of the political awakening of women who have inserted themselves into a nationwide surge in volunteerism, powered a spike in donations to nonprofit groups like the NYCLU, and led to a growing progressive wave at the local political level in Westchester County, where groups like Indivisible Westchester helped Democrats pick up three seats during a recent county legislature election.