WASHINGTON (AP) — She has a West Wing office, facetime with world leaders and unrivaled access to the president. And as Ivanka Trump's White House role grows, so does the backlash.
Edward Kiernan was adopted. He is about to meet his brother for the first time, a brother he never even knew he had.
A new report finds that nearly two-thirds of Massachusetts employers offer health insurance to their workers, a higher percentage than the U.S. as a whole.
Airports across New York can apply for $20 million in new state funding for safety improvements and modernization.
A man is facing a weapons charge after authorities say he tried to carry a loaded .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun past a security checkpoint at the Albany International Airport on Monday.
There are just three days left until the state budget is due and there has been some progress. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he has nailed down budget some agreements on key policy issues with senate and assembly leadership.
Police said late Wednesday that the woman's name is Taleah Everett, and that she has no fixed address. She's been charged with seven counts of assault on a police officer, among other offenses.
A Gilboa man whose online names include "Big Sexy" is accused of sending inappropriate material to 13-year-old girls on social media.
A parole hearing for Judith Clark is scheduled for next month.
As the debate over healthcare continues, the head of a Cohoes company says he can't understand what all the confusion and delays are about. He knows something about healthcare because he's offered in-house medical care to his employees for years.
Saratoga County is the healthiest county in New York State, according to new rankings released early Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In the behind-the-scenes drama of who's up and who's down in Donald Trump's White House, chief of staff Reince Priebus is playing a starring role.
LONDON (AP) — Across the United Kingdom and throughout Europe, there was joy and sorrow Wednesday as Prime Minister Theresa May formally triggered a two-year process that will end with Britain exiting the European Union. The country voted 52 to 48 percent to leave in a June referendum.
A man on Massachusetts' "Most Wanted" list and arrested in Pittsfield is now being held without bail. David Grossack was arraigned Wednesday outside of Boston. He pleaded not guilty to a murder charge.
NEW YORK (AP) — Samsung seems to be playing it safe —at least with its battery — as it unveils its first major smartphone since the embarrassing recall of its fire-prone Note 7.
Four men from Albany are charged with assaulting a 38-year-old man in Menands and stealing his wallet and phone.
The U.S. Census Bureau did not include a separate count of LGBTQ Americans in its proposal for the 2020 Census. The category had been sought by gay rights advocates.
A Gloversville man was arraigned Wednesday in connection with two separate robberies in Johnstown. Robert Adair faces numerous charges including burglary and larceny.
Prom season is getting closer. You could say a Lee, Mass. senior turned the heat up asking for a date.
It's been three years since North Adams Regional Hospital closed and many are still trying to reinstate full services to it. There's a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening to mark the third anniversary of the hospital suddenly closing. More than 500 people lost their jobs.
A husband, wife and their six children are left without a place to live after a fire tears through their home of eight years.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jared Kushner has been a power player able to avoid much of the harsh scrutiny that comes with working in the White House. But this week he's found that even the president's son-in-law takes his turn in the spotlight.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A spirited Hillary Clinton took on the Trump administration Tuesday in one of her first public speeches since she lost the presidential election, criticizing the country's Republican leaders on everything from health care to the shortage of women appointees in top administration positions.
The Vermont House has put off a vote on a bill that would legalize the use and possession of small amounts of marijuana for adults.
A state-owned car used by Franklin D. Roosevelt while governor of New York is heading into the shop for some repairs.
After U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions threatened to pull funding from sanctuary cities on Monday, Mayor Kathy Sheehan reaffirmed that Albany is indeed a sanctuary city.
As is usually the case when the state budget deadline dwindles to just a few days, energized activists head to the Capitol, determined to make sure that political leaders understand what they want. That's why 850 social workers were there on Tuesday.
More than 2,000 children have been comforted by quilts lovingly stitched by the Albany Quilts for Kids chapter. The chapter is four years old.
There was a string of car vandalism in Menands. Now people are waiting for their insurance company.
A murder suspect on the Massachusetts most wanted list and arrested in Pittsfield is on his way back to suburban Boston to face arraignment.
New York state has remained clear of a dreaded deer disease for another year.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that will roll back many of former President Barack Obama's efforts to curb global warming. The order is aimed at helping spur American energy jobs.
Rotterdam police now say an attempted abduction reported Sunday night was made up.
A bill is now law in Vermont that pushes back against President Donald Trump's executive orders on immigration.
The first round of English Language Arts testing for this year's state assessment test began Tuesday. The tests are for students in grades 3 through 8.
A rally in bank stocks led U.S. indexes broadly higher on Wall Street, breaking an eight-day losing streak for the Dow Jones industrial average.
About 35 veterans who served in a total of five wars were part of a special assembly at Niskayuna High School Tuesday morning. The veterans served in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and the Gulf War.
Students at Greenville High School got a real-life history lesson Wednesday as the listened to Holocaust survivor Ivan Vamos share his experience.
A Rotterdam man faces child pornography charges in connection with an investigation that began last July. Joshua Carkner, 28, is accused of sending multiple child porn images to an undercover cop in Colonie, working with Rotterdam Police.
Durham School services is laying off more than 200 employees. In its notice to the state, the company blames the layoffs on the loss of contract.
New York State Police are looking for help trying to solve a cold case out of Columbia County. The body of Jacqueline McCalop was found by two hunters along the shore of the Hudson River in Greenport back in September of 2000.
A Becket man is heading to prison for breaking into cars and homes throughout Massachusetts. James Tarjick Jr., 45, was sentenced Tuesday to up to 12 years behind bars.
Free tuition for certain students at state universities is being considered. That could change many high school students' decisions as they get ready for college.
New York state's comptroller is urging the Trump administration to strengthen safeguards for trains carrying oil and other hazardous materials.
North Adams residents are being warned about car break-ins. Police say there have been several car break-ins in the area of North Street, Tyler Street and Harris Street.
Ten people are homeless after a stubborn fire raced through a multi-unit apartment building in Waterford. The cause of the fire was determined to be accidental.
The Saratoga County Sheriff's Office says crews are at the scene of a fire at a home on 21 Nichols Road in Wilton.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump signed a handful of measures Monday rolling back Obama-era regulations under the Congressional Review Act.
Some of governors proposals require little to no state funding like establishing same day voter registration and ethics reform. Recent indictments of Senator Robert Ortt and his predecessor have further solidified the need for comprehensive ethics reform.
Adrian Thomas spent years in jail for a crime a jury ultimately found he didn't commit. His defense team says he was acquitted thanks to video footage of a Troy Police Department interrogation.
Police in Rotterdam are investigating a possible attempted abduction. They say a 15-year-old girl told them that she was walking on Duanesburg Road around 8 p.m. Sunday evening, when a car pulled up next to her.
Saratoga Springs businesses have trouble filling positions because employees can't find housing that they can afford.
Albany police say someone was shot in broad daylight Monday morning. They say just before noon, a man walked into Albany Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the arm. He says was shot by an unknown person on the 100 block of Morris Street.
Police moved in Monday afternoon to arrest dozens of protesters blocking hallways inside the state Capitol. Many were vowing to be arrested. The protesters calling for tax reform and an end to homelessness.
New York state officials want to add more free sport fishing days to the calendar. The Department of Environmental Conservation is hoping to add four more days this year: the weekend preceding Presidents Day, National Hunting and Fishing Day on the fourth Saturday in September, and Veteran's Day, with the latter to become permanent.
Police say a mother from Castleton, Vt. was not only driving drunk, but had an open bottle of Jägermeister in the car when she crashed into a pole in Granville.
A 46-year-old man admits to having sex with a 14-year-old girl. Robert Sarchioto pleaded guilty to second-degree rape in Schenectady County on Monday.
A former Pittsfield police officer admits to stealing over $200,000 from the police officer's union. Jeffrey Coco pleaded guilty to larceny and identity theft Monday afternoon.
PHOENIX (AP) - NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings on Monday.
Black bears are active again with warmer weather, and New York officials are warning people not to attract them with food left outside.
Massachusetts is leading the Northeast in population growth, with some of the biggest increases in Middlesex and Suffolk counties.