New York

Darron Cummings / AP

Next week on Election Day, New Yorkers will decide whether or not to hold a constitutional convention. If they say yes, it will be the first one in about 80 years and would open up the state's constitution to revision.

Mike Groll / AP

Wall Street profits are up by one-third over the same period last year, says the New York State comptroller. Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says the gain of $12.3 billion is good news for New Yorkers with retirement accounts invested in the market, as well as the state’s pension fund.

J. Scott Applewhite / AP

After the U.S. House of Representatives narrowly passed a budget resolution on Thursday, members of the New York Congressional delegation said the plan would hurt New York and Connecticut residents.

M. Spencer Green / AP

There’s some misinformation on social media regarding a key ballot item in next month’s elections on whether to hold a constitutional convention.

Ted S. Warren / AP

New Yorkers who use e-cigarettes will have to comply with the same limits on smoking in public that apply to regular cigarettes, now that Governor Cuomo has signed a bill into law. But anti-smoking advocates say more needs to be done to combat the rising use of the nicotine product.

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