After setting off a storm of criticism from abortion rights groups, upset that a Democratic president had sided with social conservatives, the Obama administration says it will comply with a judge's order to allow girls of any age to buy emergency ...
Lawmakers have been arguing over a new Farm Bill since the old one expired in 2012. A major reason is disagreement over Food Stamps.
Thousands of teachers and their supporters have rallied in Albany against what they say is the misuse of standardized tests.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is after FEMA to provide the aid it still owes to Wellsburg for a new fire department.
A federal report shows New York's economy grew at a slower pace than the national rate in 2012, ranking 37th among all states.
New York lawmakers voted to suspend licenses of young drivers for 60 days when they're caught texting and driving.
The students are loving it. That's how one Corning-Painted Post School District administrator describes student reaction to the curriculum in the Common Core State Standards.
A hot topic across the state Tuesday. Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled his 10 point Women's Equality Act in Albany.
New York's attorney general is targeting several banks, saying unfair lending practices are preventing people from being able to dig out of debt.
Monday night neighbors in Watkins Glen found out about the details of a study that explores several ways to cut spending within the village police department.