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Cuomo Meets With President-Elect Trump, Says Trump 'Knows New York'Cuomo's ambitious plans to revamp the state's roads, bridges, airports and transportation hubs will be a topic of conversation, along with the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
New York Lawmakers Among Dozens Who Vow To Boycott Trump InaugurationA growing number of Democrats -- including five New York members of Congress -- are planning to boycott Donald Trump's inauguration.
Booker, Cuomo Raise Profiles Years Ahead Of 2020 Presidential RacePresident-elect Donald Trump has not yet even taken the oath of office, but two men from the Tri-State Area are propelling themselves into the political arena as possible contenders in 2020.
Former Senator Al D'Amato Escorted Off JetBlue FlightThe incident took place at around 8 p.m. Monday night aboard a plane in Fort Lauderdale that was set to fly to John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Cuomo Sets Sights On Middle Class, Sciences During State Of State SpeechGov. Andrew Cuomo laid out his plans for the future of New York on Monday, kicking off his speaking tour across the state with a stop in New York City.
Buzz Mounts About Possible Hillary Clinton Run For New York City MayorThere was talk in the political world Friday night that Hillary Clinton could shake off her presidential campaign loss with a run for mayor of New York City.
De Blasio Says LIRR Crash Was Not Of 'Magnitude' To Require His PresenceMany public officials rushed to the scene when a Long Island Rail Road train crashed into the Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn and left more than 100 people injured Wednesday morning. But Mayor Bill de Blasio was not there.
Gov. Cuomo Calls For Free Tuition At New York Public CollegesThe plan would provide free tuition to a State University of New York or City University of New York college, including two-year community colleges, for residents whose families earn less than $125,000.
City Seeks Bids To Keep Homeless Families In Hotels For Up To 9 More YearsCBS2 has learned the city is now proposing to keep using commercial hotels to house the homeless for nine more years, despite a vow from Mayor Bill de Blasio to phase them out.
Grand Juries Investigating De Blasio's Fundraising PracticesTwo grand juries have begun hearing testimony in state and federal criminal probes into Mayor Bill de Blasio campaign fundraising practices, WCBS 880's Marla Diamond reports.
De Blasio Fined Nearly $48,000 Over 2013 Campaign Finance ViolationsMayor Bill de Blasio has been hit with tens of thousands of dollars in fines for violating a laundry list of campaign finance violations.
Report: NYC Booked $629 A Night Hotel Rooms To House HomelessThe report, issued Wednesday by Comptroller Scott Stringer, says the city booked 30 rooms at that rate on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.

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