Harshly criticizing what he called the United States’ “inhumane” treatment of Haitian migrants and its policy toward Haiti, Daniel Foote, the U.S. diplomat whose reputation for working in some of the world’s most challenging environments made him a top pick by the Biden administration to ser… Read More ⇒

OSWEGO – Watching the points and counterpoints of a Supreme Court hearing or the uppercuts and body blows of a pay-per-view prizefight, one sees the similarities, and on Friday, Sept. 17, the heavyweights representing the city and the Port of Oswego Authority went toe-to-toe for 10 tough rou… Read More ⇒

WASHINGTON — The effort to find a compromise on police overhaul legislation officially ran out of steam Wednesday, after months of negotiations failed to reach a version that could overcome Republican opposition to pass the Senate. Read More ⇒

ALBANY — An official with the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation urged more research and cited confusion about federal regulation of seeds treated with pesticides as lawmakers move to ban certain chemical pest control tied to toxic neurological impacts and developmental deficie… Read More ⇒

Competing election maps for the 2022 election released this week duel on another front besides boundary placement: The set that benefits Republicans contains readjusted prison data mandated under state law, while Democrats, citing timing issues, did not include the required information in th… Read More ⇒