WASHINGTON (AP) - President-elect Donald Trump is threatening to impose heavy taxes on U.S. companies that move jobs overseas and still try to sell their products to Americans.
The federal Small Business Administration is offering disaster loans to New York businesses hurt by the months-long drought.
New York is relaxing some restrictions in its nearly year-old medical marijuana law to boost patient access.
Hazardous chemicals linked to cancer and other illnesses have been found near three Vermont landfills.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is about to embark on the first international trade mission of his administration.
The first of four planned casinos opened with a flurry of balloons, confetti and uncertain visions of economic resurgence on Friday as New York ushered in a new era of state-sanctioned gambling aimed at reversing decades of upstate decline.
The man accused of firing a gun inside Crossgates Mall will be arraigned Monday.
The non-profit Vermont Legal Aid is working to make it easier for people suffering from Hepatitis C to get curative treatment under Vermont's Medicaid system.
Hundreds of people turned out for a rally Saturday afternoon to speak out against the KKK. Members of the Capital District Coalition Against Islamophobia and their supporters had been planning the rally for weeks.
The union for the workers who stand to lose their jobs after the budget failed in the city of Troy is fighting back.
Hundreds of people braved the chilly weather Saturday morning for a run full of the holiday spirit.
People in the North Country showed off their tree decorating skills this week, all for a good cause.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is asking the Department of the Interior to designate the New York State Barge Canal as a National Historic Landmark.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the former prisoner of war who's accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan, is asking President Barack Obama to pardon him before leaving office.
CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — Protesters celebrated a major victory in their push to reroute the Dakota Access oil pipeline away from a tribal water source but pledged to remain camped on federal land in North Dakota anyway, despite Monday's government deadline to leave.
NEW YORK (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump is using Twitter to renew his defense of his engagement with the leader of Taiwan, a breach of diplomatic protocol as the U.S. shifted recognition from Taiwan to China nearly 40 years ago.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is urging Canadian officials to reverse a pricing policy that's designed to discourage Canadian cheesemakers from using imported, ultra-filtered milk from the U.S. in their products.
Some state agencies are hoping to cash in on the holiday shopping frenzy this weekend.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to make some types of hearing aids available over the counter.
This week in Albany, Assembly Democrats return to the state Capitol amid talk of a special session, and vote counting continues in a contested Long Island state Senate race.
A 13-year-old child is dead and five others are hospitalized, following a two car, head-on crash in Columbia County.
The Vermont Health Department is praising a new federal rule that prohibits smoking in public housing developments across the country.
NYS Supreme Court Justice Robert Muller ruled that the City of Glens Falls was in violation of the public's right to know by not releasing documents related to the firing of a city employee.
State lawmakers could soon be back at the Capitol for a special session on pay raise. Governor Andrew Cuomo wants them to consider some other items while looking the possibility of an increase.
Bethlehem Police have charged Misty Cipperly, 43, of Cohoes, with stealing more than $50,000 in scratch off lottery tickets from the Hannaford supermarket in Delmar where she was the customer service manager.
State tax collections were off target last month and are once again running slightly below projections for the current fiscal year.
An amateur MMA fighter and former marine who beat a Schenectady police officer unconscious last year will be heading to prison.
A fire in Lansingburgh has left 10 people homeless. The fire broke out late Friday afternoon in a duplex on 7th Avenue.
After a visit to the Regional Food Bank, Senator Gillibrand discusses her future, and the nation's, under a Trump Presidency.
After two straight days of bomb threats at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School, state police say they have the teen responsible.
A party was underway in Glens Falls Friday evening, not just in honor of the holidays. The city is also celebrating its state high school football champs.
Imagine there was a treatment that could trap the flu virus in your nose, before it reached your lungs and made you sick. If research at RPI pans out, that will happen in the years ahead.
Two new judges have been appointed in Albany City Court. Mayor Kathy Sheehan named John Reilly and Holly Trexler to one-year positions that fill those two vacancies on Friday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday he will nominate retired Gen. James Mattis to be his defense secretary, making the announcement at a post-election victory rally in Cincinnati.
A Sharon Springs man is under arrest after state police say he registered and insured his girlfriend's car. The problem? Police say she had been dead for two years, and that's not all. Police say 55-year-old Joel Tilford also sold his dead neighbor's car for $1,600.
An annual tradition has returned to the Capital Region. The ice rink at the Empire State Plaza opened for the season on Friday morning.
A man hospitalized after a fire in Stillwater has now died. Glenn Brewster, 63, suffered serious injuries in the November 21 fire at 33 Clinton Court.
A Florida state man is heading to prison after he's convicted of stealing his dead brother's pension. The state attorney general says Robert Schusteritsch was accessing his dead brother's bank account, taking his pension benefits.
A proposal to move Halloween has garnered a lot of attention from Massachusetts residents.
Members of the Capital Region’s interfaith community gathered Thursday to learn how to combat hate together.
There’s a fundraiser Sunday for employees who can’t work because fire damaged their restaurant in Saratoga Springs.
Beer brewed in New York will be available to beer lovers in China.
State officials say they're preparing to take bids on a new, state-supported bus service that will connect southwestern Vermont to an Amtrak station near New York's capital.
A top prize winning ticket for the Dec. 1 Take 5 drawing was sold at Stewart’s Shops at 1209 Chrisler Ave., the New York lottery announced Friday.
The U.S. unemployment rate fell to a nine-year low of 4.6 percent last month, though not for the best reason: Many of the unemployed gave up looking for work.
New York's milk producers are facing more trade obstacles from Canada.
A winter tradition kicks off Friday morning. The ice rink at Empire State Plaza opens at 11 a.m.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Telemarketers have to use accurate caller ID information under a bill signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Officials say closed landfills in Windham County and Bennington County are being tested for potentially cancer-causing chemicals.
It was a trip back in time Thursday night in Saratoga Springs.
Former SUNY Polytechnic Institute president Alain Kaloyeros, former Governor Andrew Cuomo aide Joseph Percoco and six others were arraigned on indictments today. They are charged in an alleged bribery and bid rigging scheme.
The state of Vermont has finalized rules governing how many opioid painkillers medical professionals can prescribe.
One month into the strike at Momentive, firefighters join workers on the line; company says it is staffed safely.
The Obama administration is announcing its support for requiring women to register for the military draft.
Thanks to Glenville-trained pilots, the pilot of the Apollo 11 lunar module was recovering in a Christchurch hospital after falling ill in Antarctica.
A Herkimer man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Kevin Jenks of Glens Falls.
Rensselaer schools ended early Thursday after police were called for a potential bomb threat.
She started working at Saratoga Hospital when Lyndon Johnson was president. Fifty years later, Thelma Williams is now 80 years young and still working full-time at Saratoga Hospital.
Even as the war against HIV is being won, young adults are still having unprotected sex. The Centers for Disease Control says that meant that 2015 was the second year in a row where rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis were up. In fact, cases of chlamydia, in particular, are soaring. So what's going on, and what ever happened to sex education?
New York State is now adding chronic pain to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana.