Gov. Andrew Cuomo
The New York political world is still in shock over the mayor’s decision to take on the governor publicly.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said “a nightmare is finally over” Sunday evening, following the capture of David Sweat, the second of two convicted murderers who staged a brazen escape three weeks ago from a maximum-security prison upstate.
David Sweat remains at large, one day after fellow escaped inmate Richard Matt was fatally shot by authorities.
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday did not deny claims he was the unnamed administration official quoted criticizing Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is using his executive power to appoint Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to investigate when police are involved in killings.
Negotiations over the renewal of New York City’s now-expired rent regulations will continue through the weekend and into next week.
Tenants in rent-controlled apartments say they could end up homeless and plan to sleep on the street outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s East Side office in a show of protest.
Mothers and other relatives of a dozen New Yorkers killed by police have brought cardboard coffins to the New York state Capitol Monday, to urge Gov. Andrew Cuomo to appoint a special prosecutor for future cases.
New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday rallied behind New York City police and firefighters pushing for increased disability benefits.
The source said the woman went to a hospital instead after apparently suffering from a panic attack.
More than 1,000 chanting tenants from New York City filled the hallways of the state Capitol in Albany Tuesday, urging lawmakers to renew and strengthen the law governing the city’s rent regulations.
Investigators are looking into whether civilian employees or private contractors helped two convicted killers obtain the power tools they used to break out of a maximum-security state prison near the Canadian border.
Gaga and Cuomo called campus sexual assault an “unacceptable epidemic,” and said the bill is needed to reduce assaults and ensure justice for victims.
A Triple Crown winner hasn’t been seen in 37 years, but the crowd arriving early Saturday is hopeful.
Rose Johnson, of Harlem, is nervous she may lose her rent-regulated apartment if Albany doesn’t act.