Cuomo said the federal government’s promise to cover $3 billion of the $14 billion project isn’t enough.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx sent a letter Monday to the two governors urging them to meet with him in the next two weeks to put together a strategy for building new crossings.
New York’s Wage Board has finalized its recommendation endorsing a $15 minimum wage for fast-food workers in chain restaurants.
A wage board empaneled by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to recommend raising the minimum wage for the fast food industry Wednesday.
During the bill singing, Cuomo announced New York Rising will conduct a study on raising homes in Breezy Point.
The legislation gives the Department of State power to shutter unlicensed salons.
The Siena College survey found that 39 percent of voters statewide back Cuomo over de Blasio, compared to 28 percent who side with the mayor. De Blasio had slightly more support than Cuomo among Democrats and New York City voters.
Tom King, president of New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, says rolling back gun controls enacted two years ago was a topic of negotiations from January until lawmakers adjourned in June.
De Blasio left for vacation letting Cuomo have it and he came back taking a stand after measured innuendo from Cuomo in their war of words on ways of governance.
Alvin Bragg, now an executive deputy attorney general for social justice, will oversee four other prosecutors serving on the new Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit.
New York’s governor has issued an executive order that puts the office of the state attorney general in charge of investigating killings by police.
When Mayor Bill de Blasio returns from vacation, will he and Gov. Andrew Cuomo get together to bury the hatchet? It’s hard to say.
Speaking to reporters at City Hall just before he leaves on a family vacation, de Blasio said he believes the Democratic governors holds substantial influence over the Republican-led Senate’s leadership.
Two convicted murderers who escaped from prison and eluded a massive manhunt for three weeks had initially planned to drive to Mexico but headed toward Canada on foot when their ride backed out, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
The Pride March starts at noon at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue and winds its way through Midtown to Greenwich Village.