Political Consultant: New York State's Impeachment Of Gov. Cuomo 'Could Get Very Ugly'Gov. Andrew Cuomo has defiantly resisted a chorus of calls for his resignation. That begs the question: Will state lawmakers impeach him?
NYC Mayoral Race: As Absentee Vote Count Continues, Lawmakers Look At Ways To Fix Troubled Board Of ElectionsThere have been more reverberations from the Board of Elections' stunning vote counting mistake, moves to finally reform it and end the patronage.
Students In Yonkers Return To In-Person LearningWestchester's largest school district took a big step on the road to reopening Monday.
New Rochelle Store Owner Commended For Providing Toys To Children During Pandemic Despite Struggling BusinessWhen it comes to giving back, this toy store owner isn't playing around.
Cuomo's Political Problems Mount As St. Sen. Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins Says She Thinks Impeachment Trial Would Result In Conviction"You know, I think a majority of my members have come out and suggested that the governor should resign. I haven’t canvassed anyone, but I think the majority of my members have spoken," Stewart-Cousins said.
N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James Names Team Investigating Cuomo Sexual Harassment AllegationsCuomo put on his “business as usual” face at the Javits Center vaccination site, focusing on minority outreach and the need for people to get protected from COVID-19.
NYS Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins Calls Sexual Harassment Claims Against Gov. Andrew Cuomo 'Extremely Disturbing'Former aide Lindsey Boylan says Cuomo kissed her and asked her to play strip poker in 2017.
Women In New York Celebrate As Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris Makes HistoryWith her ascension to vice presidency, Harris makes history as the first female vice president in U.S. history and also as the first Black and South Asian-American vice president.
N.Y. Gov. Cuomo Signs Sweeping Police Reforms Into Law, Says They're 'Long Overdue'New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed sweeping police reform bills into law, notably banning chokeholds and repealing a hotly contested state law known as "50A," which kept officers' disciplinary records confidential.
Point Of View: Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins Talks Bail Reform, State Budget IssuesShe’s the first woman to lead the state senate and now faces one of the toughest financial challenges since the Great Depression. Is there any way to close that gap without raising taxes?
Bail Reform: NY Senate Majority Leader Ready To Consider Changes To Controversial New LawsIn the three days since New York's criminal justice reform law took effect, people charged with committing anti-Semitic hate crimes have made headlines because, under the law, judges freed them without bail.
New York Dems Flex Muscles, Pass Reproductive Health ActA re-write of New York abortion laws has been held up by Republicans for more than a decade.
Exclusive: New Senate Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins Sits Down With CBS2For the first time in a decade Democrats will control the state Senate, and for the first time ever, the person at the helm will be a woman. Andrea Stewart-Cousins has big plans for when she rules the roost.
Brooklyn Borough President: Include Female Voice In State Budget NegotiationsHe said not having a female voice in on the issues is an insult to the women of the state.
NY Senate Democrats Look To Cap Outside Income For LawmakersUnder the proposal announced Monday, lawmakers could make about $12,000, or 15 percent of their base salary of $79,500, in outside income.