It would save millions of dollars, but some fear it also would lengthen NIFA control.
Can NY's 'cash out' policy survive the pandemic?
Fiscal experts question whether the state will continue to sustain a generous policy that lets police, teachers and other public employees cash in unused vacation, sick and other paid days off when they leave a job.
What the Supreme Court rulings mean for Trump probes
It's unlikely the public will see Trump's tax returns before the election.
Goroff defeats Gershon in 1st District Democratic primary
The Stony Brook University scientist's victory sets up a contest against Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin, a strong ally of President Donald Trump, officials said.
Schumer: Expand Agent Orange coverage for vets
The senator says he has "broad bipartisan support" for amendment to military spending bill
Bill would allow college students to work polling sites
Legislators say the change would expand the pool of workers at polling sites to avoid Election Day problems similar to New York's June primary.
Officials searching for ways to stem NYC gun violence
NYPD officials say the uptick in June shootings continued over the July 4th weekend with 11 killed and 64 wounded.
LiPetri concedes in 2nd Congressional District primary
Mike LiPetri's suspension of his primary campaign provides a clear path for Andrew Garbarino to become the Republican nominee for the seat long held by Rep. Peter King.
Suffolk judge seals motion quoting grand jury testimony
The district attorney's office says release of the motion threatens witnesses and violates a court stipulation.
New state malpractice law, born in crisis, now drawing pushback
Some attorneys and legislators say the law raised the bar for malpractice claims too high.
Sights and sounds of LI and NYC protests: Saturday, June 27
Protests against police misconduct continued in New York City and on Long Island on Saturday.