MICHAEL WINERIP and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ/The New York Times
June 23, 2016
While two of the employees — Gene Palmer and Joyce E. Mitchell — were imprisoned after pleading guilty last year to aiding the inmates, there have been few, if any, serious consequences for the 18 others.
By Andrew Pugliese/For The Daily Gazette
June 14, 2016
John Hendrickson resigned his position as the governor’s adviser to the New York Racing Association Reorganization Board on June 7, saying his advice was not being taken and he was frustrated at the government for not keeping its promises.
The deadliest mass shooting in United States history has led to renewed calls for gun control measures from some politicians, but it’s unclear if anything will change as most remain divided along party lines.
Students with disabilities who don’t pass all of their Regents exams may still be able to graduate high school after their district superintendent reviews their coursework, under a state rule approved Monday.
The ink is barely dry on Charter's massive acquisition of Time Warner Cable - a deal that just formed the nation's second-largest cable company -- but New York's attorney general is wasting no time pressing the firm on customer complaints about their Internet service.