New York & Puerto Rico Governors Call For Increased Federal Hurricane AidGovernor Rossello joined Governor Cuomo on stage to call on Congress to address the funding Puerto Rico needs "immediately and fully."
Cuomo: Statue Of Liberty, Ellis Island To Reopen Monday Despite ShutdownThe governor says the state will pay for the duration of the shutdown, and the sites will be open every day.
Cuomo: Fare Hike Coming If Legislature Won’t Fund MTAThe governor says it's all about options, either lawmakers will vote to fund the MTA, or hit riders with a fare hike.
Upstate Woman Says Governor Cuomo Ignored Sexual Harassment ClaimsGov. Andrew Cuomo's office said it launched investigations after the office received allegations in October 2016.
End Of An Era: Old Kosciuszko Bridge Brought Down By 'Energetic Felling'It's the latest step in a highly anticipated project that Governor Andrew Cuomo has personally been waiting for.
Jennifer Lopez, Gov. Cuomo Team Up To Help Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto RicoGovernor Andrew Cuomo has launched a statewide collection effort for Puerto Rico, recently devastated by Hurricane Maria.
New Yorkers Stepping Up With Relief Efforts For Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto RicoThe FDNY's Engine 201 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn is just one of 18 different firehouses and EMS stations across the city where people can drop off donations.
De Blasio To Push For Tax On Wealthiest New Yorkers To Fund Subway FixThe proposal comes as the mayor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, both Democrats, continued to squabble over responsibility for paying for repairs to the nation's largest transit system.
Riders Caught In The Middle As De Blasio, Cuomo Butt Heads Over Transit MessEndless transit headaches have commuters demanding immediate help for the MTA, as the mayor and governor continue to butt heads over who is responsible for the crisis.
No Relief In Sight For Straphangers As MTA Announces Service Changes To 14 Lines This WeekendSubway riders will need to pack their patience this weekend, 14 lines are affected by service changes due to maintenance and repair work.
Ground Zero Worker Receives Pardon In Drug Case From Gov. CuomoCuomo, a Democrat, said that if Carlos Cardona is deported he might not be able to receive adequate health treatments for ailments he suffers after working in the Sept. 11, 2001, recovery effort.
Gov. Cuomo Asks For Federal Assistance To Help With 'Intolerable' Problems At Penn StationHe wants the federal government to help figure out and fund transportation alternatives while repair work is undertaken after a spate of problems including two derailments.

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