New York State To Adopt New CDC Guidelines For Vaccinated People Starting This Wednesday, Cuomo SaysMasks will still be required for everyone in certain settings, like schools, nursing homes and public transportation.
Gov. Cuomo Stands To Make $5 Million From Controversial Book Deal, Tax Returns ShowThe governor's office released his tax returns, which detail earnings from a memoir that was written during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tribeca Film Festival Opens June 9, Will Close In Front Of Full-Capacity Crowd At Radio City Music Hall, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe latest edition of the Tribeca Film Festival opens June 9 at the new park at Pier 76.
Metro-North Penn Station Access Project Allowed To Resume, 4 New Stations To Be Added In The BronxThe new stops will reduce the current 75-minute commute from Co-Op City to Penn Station to just 25 minutes.
Gov. Cuomo Under Fire Over Remarks About Sexual Harassment: 'Harassment Is Not Making Someone Feel Uncomfortable'Several women, including former aide Charlotte Bennett, have accused the governor of sexual harassment, but the governor has denied any wrongdoing.
Back For Another Round: Republican Rob Astorino To Run For New York Governor In 2022The Republican outlined his plans during a radio interview on Tuesday morning.
Homeless Services Head Steven Banks Defends NYC's Process Of Getting Vulnerable People Off The StreetsMayor Bill de Blasio's point man on the city's homeless services on Monday defended the agency's work trying to get vulnerable people off the streets.
Report: New York AG Investigating Whether Cuomo Aide Pressured Leaders To Support Governor In Exchange For COVID Vaccine AccessThe calls were allegedly made in early March as Cuomo faced calls to resign over the sexual harassment allegations.
Mayor De Blasio Accuses Gov. Cuomo And MTA Of 'Fear Mongering,' Insists Subways Are SafeThe mayor says the city has already added about 600 officers underground, but the MTA says it needs about 1,500 more.
MTA, Union Leaders Call For More NYPD Officers To Patrol Subways After Off-Duty Conductor Nearly Blinded By AttackerMTA conductor Gerard Sykes' face is bandaged and he's in the ICU. Transit leaders say the off-duty worker could have been blinded after being slashed multiple times on the J train.
'There Is An Overreach': Some Business Owners Oppose Newly Signed NY HERO Act Mandating COVID Safety StandardsLawmakers say they plan to introduce amendments, including giving employers 30 days to fix any issues that arise.
Yankee Stadium, Citi Field To Seat Fans In Vaccinated And Unvaccinated Sections, Offer Shots And Free TicketsThe teams are trying to help build on the 58% of eligible New Yorkers who have already received a vaccine shot.
Broadway Theaters Can Reopen At 100% Capacity On Sept. 14, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe stage is set for Broadway's return following more than a year in the dark due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Cuomo Signs Bill Expanding Voting Access For Convicted FelonsNow, Department of Correction officials must provide a voter registration form as former prisoners leave facilities.
Critics Not Happy With NYC Public Schools' Decision To Go With Italian-Heritage/Indigenous Peoples' Day On Holiday CalendarThe legacy of Christopher Columbus has drawn scrutiny in recent years. New York City Public Schools just wiped his name from the holiday calendar.