Cuomo Cheers On Clinton, Praises N.Y. Diversity: 'We Love That We're All Together'New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo had the crowd cheering Tuesday night as he celebrated Hillary Clinton’s primary victory – and warned that division and prejudice go against the state’s values.
Drink Up: New Yorkers Could See Change In Sunday Blue LawsNew Yorkers could soon be enjoying a boozier Sunday brunch.
Cuomo Calls For Feasibility Study For Bridge Between Long Island, NYS MainlandNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that he wants to spend $5 million on a feasibility study that will make it easier to get on and off Long Island.
One World Trade Center OKs 9/11 Charity Stair Climb For Second YearThe landlord of One World Trade Center has agreed to allow a 9/11 charity stair climb to continue at the building.
Tentative State Budget Deal Will Raise NY Minimum Wage To $15 In Years To ComeMore than 2 million workers in New York stand to get raises under a tentative agreement between New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo and top lawmakers, which would gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Possible New York State Budget Deal Includes Minimum Wage HikeA possible deal on the New York state budget includes a minimum wage hike as well as $1 billion in middle-class income tax relief, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
Hundreds Of Faulty Bolts Found At Indian Point Nuclear PlantHundreds of faulty bolts have been discovered at the Indian Point power plant, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo reiterated his position that it is time for the state to yank the plant’s license.
No Deal On Cuomo's Minimum Wage Hike Plan As Key Budget Deadline NearsWith a key budget deadline looming just days away, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo said there's still no deal with lawmakers on his proposal to gradually raise the state's minimum wage to $15.
Cuomo Bans Non-Essential State Travel To North Carolina Over Transgender Bathroom BillNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday signed an order banning all non-essential travel to North Carolina, after a law was passed blocking local governments from passing anti-discrimination ordinances.
Group Protests Outside Cuomo's Office Over CUNY FundingProtesters rallied Thursday outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Midtown East office, demanding adequate funding for the City University of New York.
Police Seek ID Of 4 People In Shooting That Killed Cuomo AidePolice on Tuesday were looking to identify four people in a shooting that left an aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo dead last year.
One World Trade Center's Landlord Blocks Charity Stair Climb That Honors 9/11 Victims, FamiliesNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to play peacemaker after the Durst Organization decided to block a charity stair climb at One World Trade Center in honor of those who died during the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.

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