The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will require companies to remove artificial trans fats in foods.
After years of talk, Donald Trump is putting his money where his mouth is. He is launching an official bid for president.
New Hampshire moose hunting lottery is being held on Friday, June 26 at 9 a.m.
The Clinton County Sheriff confirmed Joyce Mitchell's husband Lyle visited her at Clinton County Jail Tuesday morning at around 9 a.m.
More airbag issues for Honda.
Here are the top stories this morning.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush makes it official in Miami Monday afternoon.
Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton (D) called for universal preschool for all American children during an early childhood event in Rochester Monday.
The case against 51-year-old Joyce Mitchell, accused of helping 35-year-old David Sweat and 48-year-old Richard Matt escape prison, now heads to Clinton County Court.
For President Obama, a plan to change American trade policy falls short.
According to CNN, authorities believe 34-year-old David Sweat and 48-year-old Richard Matt, two inmates who escaped Clinton Correctional Facility on Saturday, June 6, are still together.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan vetoed a bill that would have allowed students to opt out of statewide assessment.
The U.S. Senate failed to pass a cybersecurity measure Thursday.
Here are the 10 Minutes that Matter this morning.
United States Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) wants to help more workers with families get paid leave and vacation.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke to the media about the progress of the search for the missing Clinton Correctional Facility inmates.
According to ABC News, the New York State Department of Correction investigated prison worker Joyce Mitchell within the past year over an alleged relationship with 34-year-old David Sweat.
While high school students head off for summer break, some are trying to get a jump start on next year's SAT tests.
A possible break in the case.
Carnival is banning customers from bringing bottled water onto its ships, but he cruise line says the problem is booze, not water.
As the search continues for two convicted killers who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility over the weekend, Richard Matt's son is speaking out about the escape.
The Obama Administration is considering sending about 500 additional forces to Iraq, with many of them focused on training Iraqi troops.
Two Dannemora residents come face-to-face with the prison escapees.
Lobster is once again king, at least when it comes to prices.
Police say an arrest warrant has been issued for a man wanted in connection with the killing of his former girlfriend.
The price of stamps will be going down!
Here is the latest timeline of events of the Clinton County Facility Prisoner Escape.
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Millions of current and former federal employees were hacked.
The U.S. Senate will consider a bill co-authored by U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) that would protect businesses from patent abuse.
A security researcher has found a flaw that could let hackers sneak into Apple Macs and remain undetected.
Researchers are hailing a potential breakthrough when it comes to treating cancer.
Here are the top stories this morning.
The Pentagon now says as many as 51 labs in 17 states may have received live Anthrax.
A power line that would go under Lake Champlain is moving forward with its environmental review.
Apple is recalling more than 200,000 Beats Pill XL speakers.
We recap the top stories this morning.
The U.S. Senate passed the USA Freedom Act on Tuesday.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan vetoed a bill that would have limited the authority of delegates to Article V conventions.
The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) released a report called Out of Reach 2015, which outlines apartment affordability across the country.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan signed a bill banning tanning for anyone under 18 years old.
U.S. lawmakers hope to get answers Tuesday on those defective, recalled automobile airbags.
The United States government has found itself with fewer tools to investigate terrorism, at least for now.
TSA screeners failed in undercover tests to identify explosives or weapons.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Pennsylvania man who posted several threatening messages on Facebook and was convicted under a federal threat statute.
After a midnight deadline came and went, the National Security Agency now has fewer tools to hunt down terrorists. It came after a dramatic and rare Sunday session in the U.S. Senate.
It happened at the Defelice Family Furniture in West Lebanon around 3 a.m..
In a quiet decision by the U.S. Postal Service, it will not close 82 mail sorting facilities that were on the chopping block this year.
A new bill introduced in the United States House would prohibit anyone from purchasing a firearm if they are not covered by appropriate liability insurance.
For those of you who love the outdoors, you may want to check out this new app designed to help you fight tick dangers.