State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is trying to hide e-mails about his support of a climate-change policy that’s being targeted by President Trump, a conservative group charged in Manhattan court Tuesday. The organization, E&E Legal, sued Schneiderman last year claiming he led a group of AGs in silencing climate-change skeptics.
Assembly Bill 293 would allow each political party to have a presidential preference primary instead of a caucus. The move could reshape how Nevada voters help pick the Republican and Democratic nominees for president.
A plan to mount a high-voltage power transmission line on a 10-mile stretch in the Jersey Shore area is causing a revolt among community leaders and homeowners. In a boot to boost power capacity, Jersey Central Power & Light wants to erect 110-foot to 210-foot poles to support a 230-kilovolt transmission line that would run
The Department of Education nearly doubled the number of top-level administrators under Mayor de Blasio — and plans to more than triple the payroll, according to city data. The preliminary budget for 2017-2018 is so bloated that it allocates $11,386,000 in salary for central office “pedagogical” staff — a massive hike from $4,055,000 in the
One of the teens who plunged through an icy lake in Central Park while posing for a group photo has a message for kids like him: Your life is not worth a selfie. “This was a scary moment where I learned a lot from,” said Messiah Garcia, 13, who was one of seven East Harlem