Cuomo Launching Statewide Voter Registration Drive At Pride MarchNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo was launching a statewide voter registration drive at the NYC Pride March on Sunday.
Senate Republicans Work To Gather Votes To Pass Health Care BillFour GOP senators say the newly released Senate health care plan is dead on arrival unless they see some major changes.
Senators Probe Former Attorney General Lynch For 'Alleged Political Interference'Senators investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election are now seeking more information about the firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the Clinton email investigation.
Lobbyist Released From Hospital After Being Shot During GOP Baseball PracticeA lobbyist has been discharged from a Washington, D.C. hospital after being shot multiple times at a Republican baseball practice.
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.
Senate Republicans Unveil Health Care Bill, Sparking Heated DebateThe plan will eliminate the individual mandate which forces people to buy health insurance or pay a penalty. It also removes taxes put in place under the Affordable Care Act.
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.
Cuomo's Move To Rename Tappan Zee Bridge For Father Fails In AlbanyGov. Andrew Cuomo’s last-minute effort to name the new Tappan Zee Bridge after his late father failed in Albany this week.
Brooklyn Residents Attend Town Meeting To Ask Election Year QuestionsBrooklyn residents gathered at Brooklyn Central Library to discuss mayoral election issues, in the third of five town meeting events with a panel of local reporters.
Mayoral Control Of NYC Schools Set To Expire After NY Legislature Adjourns Without DealMayoral oversight of schools, first enacted in 2002, will expire June 30. If the policy lapses, control will revert to a mosaic of local school boards.
Trump: 'I Did Not Make And Do Not Have' Any Recordings Of Conversations With James ComeyOn Twitter Thursday, the president also said he has "no idea whether there are 'tapes' or recordings of my conversations with James Comey."
Cuomo Signs Bill Doing Away With Child Marriage In New York StateGov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday signed legislation putting an end to child marriage in New York.

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