Breaking: Former NASA Astronaut John Glenn & US Senator For Ohio Dies At Age 95
Cuomo: New York Times Report On Racial Bias In NY State Prisons 'Disturbing'The newspaper reports that black prisoners were punished at higher rates and subjected to solitary confinement more often than white inmates.
City Officials Dedicate AIDS Memorial Park In Greenwich Village On World AIDS DayThe memorial is located across the street from the old Saint Vincent's Hospital, which was once home to the city's first and largest AIDS ward.
Former Top Aide To Gov. Cuomo Due In Federal Court On Corruption ChargesJoseph Percoco and seven others were indicted last week on bribery, extortion and fraud conspiracy charges.
State, Federal Officials To Discuss Removal Of 'I Love NY' SignsFHA officials say the signs don't conform to federal standards and are dangerous because they contain so much information that drivers can become distracted.
‘We Will Not Tolerate Hate:’ Cuomo Orders NYS Police To Establish Hate Crimes UnitGovernor Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday, that he has ordered the New York State Police to establish a hate crimes unit.
Cuomo Says He'll Seek Re-Election Amid White House SpeculationCuomo told reporters that he is still planning to run for re-election and wants "to be the best governor'' he can.
Cuomo Vows To Protect Muslims, LGBTQ Communities In Post-Election LetterNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo published an open letter to the residents of New York State regarding the results of the presidential election, promising to "fight against the targeting of Muslims, immigrants, the LGBTQ community, and for the rights of all Americans."
'I Love New York' Signs Put Federal Highway Funding In JeopardyThe signs were deemed unsafe and violated federal and state laws, because they distracted drivers, were filled with too much information and were considered advertisements, a federal spokesperson told CBS2.
FBI, NYPD Assessing Possible Terror Threat On Day Before ElectionThough no specific locations are mentioned, it is believed New York, Texas and Virginia are all possible targets, CBS News reports.
Artist Needed For LGBT Memorial Slated For Greenwich VillageGov. Andrew Cuomo announced the memorial and established a commission to create it in the wake of the Orlando shootings that killed 49 people.
Airbnb Rentals In New York Could Now Face $1,000 FineOn Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law a measure authorizing fines of up to $1,000 for many short-term rentals.
Funeral Held For Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth ThompsonHundreds of mourners packed the Christian Cultural Center in East New York, Brooklyn on Saturday to pay their final respects to Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson.

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