Using updated information available from detailed tax records, the state reported the economy created at least 200,000 more jobs last year than the government initially reported.
Thirty-nine percent of registered voters in New York City approve of Mayor Bill de Blasio's job performance two months after he took the reins of the nation's largest city.
Arrests for panhandling and peddling in the subways have tripled so far this year when compared with 2013, an indication of efforts to focus on the quality-of-life issue.
Energy companies don't see eye to eye with the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency. But for the first time in years, they have begun to fashion something resembling a working relationship with new EPA chief Gina McCarthy.
Ventura County economic experts, industry leaders and public officials are outlining 2014 projections of the local economy, retail and real estate markets and banking at a regional economic forecast in Thousand Oaks Friday morning.