Poll: 42% Of New Yorkers Hesitant To Get COVID Vaccine As Soon As It's Available; Numbers Much Lower Among MinoritiesThe Bronx River Houses was the first stop for a mobile vaccination unit that hopes to reach 15,000 NYCHA seniors over the next eight weeks.
Representatives Andrew Garbarino, Nicole Malliotakis Among Freshman Republicans Pledging To Work Together With Democrats, President BidenBoth lawmakers feel they can find common ground fighting COVID and supporting infrastructure projects that are badly needed in the state.
As U.S. Mourns 400,000 Lives Lost, Mayor De Blasio Wants Approval To Use Vaccine Earmarked For Second Doses For First ShotsMayor Bill de Blasio is calling for dramatic changes in his ability to use his dwindling supply of COVID-19 vaccine.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Unveils State Budget With Hopes Of Receiving $15 Billion From WashingtonCall it a tale of two states -- one with drastic cuts and tax hikes, or one with loads of new programs to begin the COVID recovery.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Fed Up With The Feds, Gov. Cuomo Requests Buying Doses From Pfizer DirectlyWith demand high and supplies low, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he wants to go straight to the source.
Exclusive: Sources Say MTA's 4% Fare Hike Off The TableThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is reportedly planning a little coronavirus pandemic surprise for millions of mass transit riders later this week.
New Yorkers Shocked By Canceled COVID Vaccine Appointments Reportedly Told State Moved Doses To Other LocationsThousands of New Yorkers were left out in the COVID cold because their appointments for shots were suddenly canceled.
Citing Abuses By Officers During 'Black Lives Matter' Protests, New York Attorney General Calls For Monitor To Oversee NYPDThe lawsuit comes after James' office found widespread civil rights abuses by police against Black Lives Matter protesters over the summer.
New York City Terminating Contracts With Trump OrganizationThe contracts are for two ice skating rinks at Central Park, the Central Park carousel and the Trump golf links at Ferry Point, a city-owned golf course in the Bronx.
State Of The State: Gov. Cuomo Announces Pop-Up Art Performances, Says 'The Show Will Go' On In New York CityIt will be a huge boost for the $120 billion-a-year industry, which has been on lockdown for 10 months.
Gov. Cuomo Reveals Plans To Transform Manhattan's Central Business District In State Of The State AddressGov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled ambitious plans to jumpstart and reimagine the New York economy in the wake of the pandemic – and it could start in Manhattan’s central business district.
COVID In New York: Gov. Cuomo Expands Vaccine Eligibility, Warns It Could Take Weeks Or Months To Get An AppointmentThe governor says because of supply issues, the vaccine will have to be rationed, and so each eligible group will get a the number of doses in proportion to the population.
Schumer As Senate Majority Leader Could Mean Needed Funding For New York, But Experts Urge CautionChuck Schumer's expected elevation to Senate Majority Leader has enormous implications for New York.
Gov. Cuomo Plans To Propose Legalizing Sports Betting, Marijuana In New YorkWhen it comes to sports betting, the governor has figured out a way to outdo New Jersey and other states by a mile.
Mayor De Blasio Says He Takes 'Full Responsibility' For New York City's Slow Vaccine Rollout To Health Care WorkersMayor Bill de Blasio took ownership Tuesday of the city's initial failure to fast track the distribution of COVID vaccines.