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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Eric Schneiderman
Thousands of New York City police officers will soon be carrying emergency antidotes to help deal with the recent spike in heroin overdoses, officials said Tuesday.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has been nominated for a second term by the state Democratic Party.
New York's attorney general and the website Airbnb have reached agreement on information disclosures about short-term New York City apartment rentals in a state investigation of illegal hotels.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo named former Congresswoman Kathy Hochul of Buffalo as his pick for lieutenant governor Wednesday as the state Democratic Party gathered on Long Island to endorse its candidates for the fall elections.
The former leader of New York's Senate, acquitted of federal fraud charges last week, said Monday he'll ask the state to pay his legal bills.
New York's attorney general plans to issue a new subpoena on Wednesday seeking information about people using the global website Airbnb to make short-term apartment rentals in New York City after a state judge blocked his earlier attempt.
John Cahill, the former chief adviser to Republican Gov. George Pataki, announced Sunday that he's running for state attorney general against Democratic incumbent Eric Schneiderman.
New York's attorney general says 39 police agencies across the state are equipping officers with heroin antidotes to help save overdose victims.
New Yorkers who have seen their electric bills increase within the last few months are getting some advice.
PR Newswire, which distributes announcements and press releases about earnings and other business developments, announced Wednesday that it will require recipients of its primary feed of information to certify that they won't use the data in high-frequency trading.
An attorney for families of victims of the 1971 Attica prison riot says they are saddened by a New York judge's decision this week against releasing the entire investigative report.
A New York judge on Thursday approved a request to allow a fuller history of the nation's bloodiest prison riot to be revealed, including a look into whether there was any cover-up by authorities.
The politically connected former CEO of a prominent city charity admitted Wednesday he helped steal more than $9 million from the organization in an insurance scheme that authorities linked to campaign contributions.
Airbnb urged a New York judge Tuesday to reject a subpoena for information about those using the global website to offer apartment rentals in New York City, its attorney calling that "a fishing expedition."
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has named campaign staff in his bid for a second four-year term as the state's top lawyer.
Candidates for New York City, state and federal offices received campaign contributions of tens of thousands of dollars from the insurance company owners and employees, Schneiderman has said.
He used $27,000 of that money to pay a contractor working on his home, and he had more than $400,000 in cash hidden in his home when investigators searched it in August 2013, Schneiderman has said.