Gov. Cuomo Unveils Initial Framework For New York's Delivery Of COVID-19 Vaccine To ResidentsGov. Andrew Cuomo predicts 40 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine are what the state will need, as he announced Sunday a preliminary plan for distributing one.
Homeless Shelter Residents Ask For Emergency Hearing In Effort To Avoid Being Kicked Out Of Lucerne Hotel On UWSHomeless shelter residents at the Lucerne on the Upper West Side are not giving up their fight to stay at the hotel.
60 Minutes: Fauci Admits Administration Has Restricted His Media Appearances, Says He's Not Surprised Trump Got COVIDThis weekend, Americans face another surge in the COVID-19 pandemic. Infections have passed the 8 million mark and are rising rapidly. There are more than 218,000 dead.
Mismatched Signatures And More: Common Mistakes Could Delay Your Vote From Being CountedWhen they check your signature, they can get persnickety. For example, if your signature on record has a middle initial, you better not forget it.
Chirlane McCray Not Running For Brooklyn Borough PresidentEnding months of speculation, McCray said she would instead focus on the city's recovery from the pandemic.
Top Wall Street Executive Ray McGuire Announces He's Running For MayorFor the last 13 years, Ray McGuire has been the head of global corporate investment banking at Citigroup.
President Donald Trump, Joe Biden Participate In Dueling Town Halls Instead Of Second Presidential DebateJust 19 days before Election Day, President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden made a primetime push for votes.
Some Groups, Residents Say Gov. Cuomo Has Taken Criticism Of Orthodox Jewish COVID-19 Noncompliance Too FarThere has been a war of words in New York's efforts to contain the coronavirus. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has made it clear the cluster zones are focused on ultra Orthodox Jewish communities.
Republican Andrew Garbarino, Democrat Jackie Gordon In Neck-And-Neck Race To Replace Retiring Congressman Peter King On Long IslandMany voters say Peter King will be missed. Now they want to choose a candidate with the insight and sound reasoning to represent a new generation of Long Islanders.
Islip Settles Case With Latino Community, Agrees To Change Town-Wide Government Seats Into Council DistrictsLatino Long Islanders are claiming an historic victory in a voting rights case.
Cuomo Says He Will Withhold Funding From Local Governments That Don't Enforce In Areas With COVID-19 Micro-ClustersNew York City, and Orange and Rockland counties could see dramatic cuts in the cash they get from Albany.
Republican Nicole Malliotakis, Democrat Max Rose Clash In Heated Debate For NY's 11th Congressional DistrictThe hostility in this hotly contested Congressional race between incumbent Democrat Max Rose and Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis was obvious right out of the gate, beginning with arguments over mass gatherings and rallies.
Democrats Probe Amy Coney Barrett's Past Opinions On Day 3 Of Supreme Court Nomination HearingsDemocrats have pursued sharper lines of questioning than they did on Tuesday, probing Barrett on her past opinions and writings and how she applies her judicial philosophy.
What Is Court Packing? A Hot Debate Topic, Joe Biden Says 'He's Not A Fan'There has been a lot of back-and-forth about court packing. What does that term really mean?
Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett Faces Questions On Day 2 Of Senate HearingsJudge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, declined to wade into the hot-button legal issues she is likely to face if confirmed to the bench, repeatedly telling senators she could not discuss potential cases.