Rep. Hakeem Jeffries speaks during a House Judiciary Committee markup of the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
The congressman laid out a timeline of Trump’s behavior during a key impeachment debate.
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New York lost its groundbreaking civil lawsuit against oil giant Exxon Mobil, on Tuesday.
A judge ruled that the state attorney general failed to prove the oil giant defrauded investors.
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About 90,000 to 230,000 birds in New York City end up dying each year simply from crashing into buildings.
Lawmakers have stepped up to protect our fine feathered friends.
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On Tuesday morning House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment charging President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
The House Judiciary Committee has accused President Donald Trump of abusing his power and obstructing Congress.
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Staten Island lawmakers are once again showing interest in seceding from the city.
But here’s why it’s unlikely that’ll ever happen.
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 Michael Bloomberg is widely expected to have a tough time winning over African-Americans to his Democratic presidential campaign.
The former New York City mayor said no one ever questioned him about it until he decided to run for president, but that’s untrue.
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Former state Sen. Jeff Klein was accused of sexual harassment two years ago.
Why investigate a possible allegation against the governor and state Assembly Speaker when you can harrass an alleged rape victim?
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Rep. Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, held steady under pressure Wednesday.
The House Judiciary Committee chairman kept the first day of impeachment hearings in order.
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View from the High Bridge in the Bronx, the Bronx contains the poorest district in the U.S.
Because the Empire State can’t help being extra.
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