State Lawmakers To Reconvene To Try Again On Mayoral Control Of NYC SchoolsLess than a week after they ended their regular session, state lawmakers are returning to Albany to try again when it comes to extending mayoral control of schools in New York City.
Cuomo Calls For Special Session Of Legislature Over Mayoral Control Of NYC SchoolsLast week, the governor said it was a "dereliction of duty" for lawmakers to end their 2017 session without a deal to extend mayoral control of city schools.
Cuomo's Quest To Rename Tappan Zee Bridge After His Dad Angers Family Of Current NamesakeThere is controversy and pushback over Gov. Andrew Cuomo's sudden decision to try to rename the Tappan Zee Bridge for his dad.
He's Back: Joe Lhota Returns To MTA Chairman PostState lawmakers have confirmed Gov. Andrew Cuomo's nomination of former New York City mayoral candidate Joseph Lhota as the next leader of the troubled Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
'Life And Death Matter:' Subway Riders Stranded On Hot, Dark F Train For 45 MinutesThe MTA says a power outage stalled the train, stranding riders in the dark, without air conditioning or ventilation, for about 45 minutes.
Feds Press Albany To Remove Road Signs That Cost Taxpayers $8.1-MillionFederal highway officials still want the 'I Love New York' promotional signs removed, maintaining that they continue to be a safety issue.
Cuomo, Pelosi Urge Defeat Of New York's GOP CongressGov. Andrew Cuomo and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi say New York's eight Republican members of Congress must be defeated in 2018.
'Celebrate Israel' Parade Marches Through Midtown; Cuomo Honors Shimon PeresNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio joined members of Congress and Israeli officials for the parade, which marched up Fifth Avenue from 57th Street to 74th Street.
Good Government Groups Curious About Cuomo Speech At Elite Manhattan Prep SchoolGovernor Cuomo gives many speeches every year, but one that he gave on Thursday was a bit unusual.
Cuomo Withdraws From Puerto Rican Day Parade Amid Controversy Over HonoreeA spokesperson for the governor told CBS2's Political Reporter Marcia Kramer his “support and long term affection for the Puerto Rican community remains unwavering, unfortunately he will not be marching in this year's parade.”
Officials: Penn Station Work To Close 3 Tracks At A TimeAmtrak officials say three tracks at a time will be closed so that rails, switches and other aging equipment can be replaced.
Security Remains Tight At High-Profile NYC Locations In Wake Of Manchester BlastDepartment spokesman J. Peter Donald said in a statement Tuesday that New Yorkers may see "heavy weapons teams," explosive detection dogs and counterterrorism officers.

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