Pete Caldera MLB writer Published 1:23 PM EST Nov 30, 2018 STAMFORD, Conn. – Brian Cashman’s best pitch to Patrick Corbin included dinner, following a tour of Yankee Stadium and its player amenities. Now, the Yankees anticipate the free-agent lefty’s decision process as several other clubs are also bidding for Corbin’s services. But the Yanks have other options as well. “There’s a lot of players of interest to us and a lot of players that can improve us, both in free agency and trades,’’ Cashman said Friday. “So, I wouldn’t designate anybody as a primary.’’ Between practice runs at the Landmark Building, where Cashman will once again rappel down 22 stories as part of Stamford’s "Heights and Lights" holiday fest, the Yankees' GM offered some insights on his winter wish list. “There’s a lot of attractive players that are available, for various price points,’’ … [Read more...] about As New York Yankees court Patrick Corbin, Brian Cashman weighs options
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Fixing New York’s decrepit infrastructure is a high priority and includes crucial projects such as the $13 billion Gateway rail tunnel project under the Hudson River. But New York taxpayers will pay hundreds of millions in needless costs unless the outdated "scaffold law" is repealed. While New York, New Jersey and the federal government struggle to arrive at a formula for funding Gateway, New York clings to a 19th-century law that could add as much as $300 million in insurance costs. The vital project will build a new passenger-rail tunnel between New Jersey and Manhattan and then fix the two existing ones, which are more than a century old and badly in need of repair. With such a crucial project being jeopardized by a fight over funding, the last thing it needs is an inflated insurance bill. article continues below advertisement Blame the obsolete scaffold law, which is so outdated that its enactment in 1885 predates the Hudson River tunnels that need replacing. New … [Read more...] about New York’s outdated scaffold law penalizes Gateway project
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest These are the Republicans challenging New York's Democratic slate The GOP has coalesced behind candidates to take on New York's incumbent governor, attorney general, senator and comptroller. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Jon Campbell, @JonCampbellGAN Published 12:56 p.m. ET May 7, 2018 | Updated 1:52 p.m. ET May 7, 2018 CLOSE Here is a short biography of Marc Molinaro. Video By Jordan Fenster/Poughkeepsie Journal Wochit CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE ALBANY - The Republican Party … [Read more...] about These are the Republicans challenging New York’s Democratic slate
(Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) Welcome to Fox News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. Developing now, Friday, April 13, 2018 Fired FBI Director James Comey fires personal attacks against President Trump in a forthcoming book, according to excerpts obtained by several news outlets Comey worried that feds would dither over whether to prosecute Hillary Clinton in her private email server scandal, according to an FBI transcript reviewed by Fox News Trump’s Syria response has not yet been decided following last week’s suspected poison gas attack; options will be discussed with U.S. allies, the White House says A hearing linked to the FBI raid on Michael Cohen, President Trump’s lawyer, is scheduled to take place in New York federal court Friday, Fox News has learned Backpage.com, an alleged online brothel, and its CEO pleaded guilty to money laundering, human trafficking and other charges in three states … [Read more...] about FOX NEWS FIRST: Comey gets personal with Trump; Hearing on Cohen raid scheduled in New York court
Supported by N.Y. / Region New York Today By ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE APRIL 11, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story Good morning on this bright Wednesday.Snow last week. 30s and drizzly yesterday. 50s and somewhat cloudy today. 70s and splendid by week’s end.New York weather can be baffling this time of year, but if you listen to your body, it may be able to tell you what’s in store.“Your body can, in some ways, predict an upcoming change in the weather because of barometric pressure,” or the weight of the atmosphere, said Dr. Jaspal Singh, co-director of the Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Comprehensive Spine Care on the Upper East Side.The knowledge is in your joints.Meteorologists look at changes in atmospheric pressure to forecast weather patterns. Our joints, Dr. Singh explained, respond to those changes, too. Advertisement … [Read more...] about New York Today: Can Your Body Predict the Weather?