It's hard for most people to imagine more than 5 feet of snow in one storm, like parts of the Buffalo area are seeing this weekend, but these extreme snowfall events sometimes happen along the eastern edges of the Great Lakes.
New York Attorney General Letitia James hit former president Donald Trump with a US$250 million lawsuit on Sept. 21, 2022, citing "staggering" amounts of falsified business information and fraud.
The 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York resulted in the loss of 2,753 people in the Twin Towers and surrounding area. After the attack, more than 100,000 responders and recovery workers from every U.S. state - along with some 400,000 residents and other workers around ground zero - were exposed to a toxic cloud of dust.
Attorneys general from New York and California sent a letter Friday to the CEOs of three major credit card companies asking them to establish a specific code to identify purchases from gun stores.
A New York state senator said grocery stores that stopped selling cans of whipped cream to people under 21 were doing so because of "a misinterpretation" of a law he helped pass last year.
The New York State Legislature passed two bills aimed at easing medical debt back in May, and a new report indicates they're much needed.
More than two-and-half years later, at least 12 states are still under a state-of-emergency due to the pandemic.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a Second Amendment case, striking down a New York gun law that required residents to prove they had "proper cause" to receive a permit to carry a firearm outside the home.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed multiple hate crime charges Wednesday against alleged Buffalo shooter Payton Gendron.