Roger Stone leaves the federal courthouse following his arrest for lying to Congress and obstructing the special counsel's Russia investigation.
The ‘malevolent Forrest Gump’ has never strayed far from his home state.
State Senate Minority Leader John Flanagan.
Republicans are finding some political openings at the start of the state legislative session.
Assemblyman Minority Leader Brian Kolb speaks in news conference at the Capitol, 2016
His resignation came three days after a Dec. 31 arrest for alleged drunk driving.
Rep. Elise Stefanik.
The upstate congresswoman is fighting to elect more Republican women. The only thing in her way is the Republican Party.
Fit bit
The city has seen positive responses from residents who've started using FitBits.
Rep. Chris Collins leaving federal court in Manhattan after his arraignment on insider trading charges.
One congressional seat and up to two state Senate seats are now firmly in Republican hands.
State Sen. Chris Jacobs with his family.
“Collins is the only person putting this district in jeopardy of not staying Republican.”
David Koch, Executive Vice President of Koch Industries at The Economic Club of New York, in 2012.
The local impact from one of the state Republicans’ top funders.
New York state is much more likely than congressional Democrats to beat Trump in court.
Their statements fell short of calling the president’s comments racist.
Donald Trump
Only a few top Republicans in the state haven’t embraced the president.