Florida's Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis contrasted the Sunshine State's policies to those of Democrat-controlled New York City during an appearance on "FOX & Friends First."
New York City Mayor Eric Adams' administration has cost taxpayers millions with no-bid contracts to vendors for migrant services at exorbitant rates, an audit has found.
Real estate developer Don Peebles, a former fundraiser for then-President Barack Obama, sounded off on "Cavuto Coast to Coast" on the state of the presidential race and commercial real estate.
Cheri Pierson has dropped her lawsuit accusing billionaire Leon Black of raping her in Jeffrey Epstein's New York City townhouse in 2022 during a massage.
A small plane landed on the Southern State Parkway in New York’s Long Island after its pilot reported “engine failure," according to the FAA.
A notable real estate investor has pulled the plug on at least $1 billion of business in New York after former President Trump's fraud verdict, sets sights on Texas, Florida, Arizona.
America's oldest gun manufacture, Remington, will officially move out of its longtime location in New York to Georgia, which locals are lamenting.
New York City could ban Tide Pods and other detergent products, arguing they result in microplastics polluting the city's water supply.
Former President Trump is facing more than $400 million in looming legal penalties from a fraud case and sexual assault case that have raised questions about his finances.
A legal loophole got Mickey Barreto through the door before he allegedly filed a flurry of false documents in a bid to take over the historic New Yorker Hotel.
New York City is filing a lawsuit against social media companies such as TikTok and Instagram for causing a "youth mental health crisis" among the city's children.
The FAA said a small plane landed at an airport in the Buffalo, New York, area after its pilot "reported losing the left rear passenger door" mid-flight.
The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that R. Anthony Rupp III was within his rights to sue after he was ticketed for telling a police officer "Turn your lights on, a------."
New York's attorney general on Friday expanded her lawsuit against crypto firms Gemini, Genesis and parent company, DCG
A prominent New York real estate developer and several other industry executives have been indicted for stealing more than $86 million from investors and subcontractors in New York.
New details have emerged about some of the 70 suspects arrested in a six-state sting Tuesday involving the largest bribery bust in Justice Department history.
Seventy current or former employees of New York City's public housing agency were arrested in raids across six states Tuesday in the largest-ever single-day bribery bust.
A new Fisher-Price toy resembling a coffee mug and aimed for children 6 months to 3 years old, is difficult to find on shelves due to the current Stanley cup craze.
Utz has issued a voluntary recall of some of its single-serve size of potato chips that were mostly distributed in New York City, it announced Friday.
Stew Leonard’s has issued a cookie recall after Connecticut health officials say they “contained undeclared peanuts" and are linked to a woman’s death.