Investigate an Accused Ally? New York Senate’s Republican Leader Says No

An accusation against Jeffrey D. Klein, a powerful senator, marks Albany’s biggest sexual harassment scandal in years. But despite anger, there are few options to investigate.

Governor Cuomo Proposes More Disclosure for Online Political Ads in New York

The New York legislation, which closely hews to a federal bill, would require internet companies to reveal who is paying and to show where content comes from.

As G.O.P. Celebrates House Vote, New York and New Jersey Lawmakers Say No

In almost every case, the reason for that opposition came down to the assertion that the two states were basically being used to pay for tax cuts in the other 48.

How New Yorkers Would Lose Under the Republican Tax Bill

The legislation could send home prices tumbling, increase the region’s tax burden, and make it harder for local governments to pay for infrastructure.

Comedian Is Subpoenaed in Inquiry on Russia Meddling

Randy Credico, a longtime outsider in New York State politics, has been identified as the link between WikiLeaks and Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime associate of the president.