Janison: Trump versus the U.S. government again
For more and more people in the federal government, there's a sharp difference between serving the country and coddling the president.
Poll shows support for Trump removal softens among NYers
Key to the change are voters who identify themselves as not belonging to a political party., Siena says.
Bloomberg files campaign paperwork, no decision on bid yet
The billionaire takes another step toward launching a Democratic bid for president.
Complete coverage of the House's impeachment inquiry
Get complete coverage of the House's impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump on newsday.com.View
Aide says ambassador on 'political errand' for Trump
Ex-national security official declared that Ambassador Gordon Sondland carried out a controversial "domestic political errand" for President Trump on Ukraine.
Former LIer who popularized snowboarding dies
Jake Burton Carpenter, who grew up in Cedarhurst and brought snowboarding to the masses, has died at 65.
Trump denounces probes into his finances
The tweets follow reports that federal prosecutors have subpoenaed Trump campaign fundraisers.
3 takeaways from the Democratic debate
The spotlight at the Democratic presidential debate was dimmer on the front-runners than in past faceoffs.
Netanyahu indicted in corruption scandals
Israel's attorney general has formally charged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a series of corruption scandals.
1600: 'We followed the president's orders'
Challenging testimony by Trump's point man on Ukraine posed a steep obstacle for Trump's defenders.
Democrats debate policy against backdrop of impeachment hearings
Former Vice President Joe Biden said President Donald Trump's unsuccessful effort to push Ukraine to open an investigation into his son proved Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin's resistance to his candidacy.