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Governor Cuomo Calls to ‘Rescind’ New York Prisons’ Controversial Book Policy
“Concerns from families need to be addressed, while we redouble efforts to fight prison contraband.”
Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo Say Trump Hasn’t Bothered to Call
He did send some tweets though.
Sorry New York, Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Is Getting Your Information
Despite Governor Cuomo’s assurances that wouldn’t happen, the Board of Elections complied — though it won’t turn over Social Security numbers.
Governor Andrew Cuomo Will Declare the MTA in a State of Emergency
He’s signing an executive order to speed up procurement and adding $1 billion to the capital plan.
Christie and Cuomo Have Discreet Breakfast Meeting at New Jersey Diner
What were they chatting about “huddled at the back” of the Tick Tock?
Indian Point, the Nuclear Plant About 30 Miles From NYC, Will Close in 2021
The facility generates a quarter of NYC’s power — all carbon-free.
New York City’s Second-Worst Airport Might Also Get an Upgrade
Governor Cuomo proposes a $10 billion redevelopment plan for JFK.
The Second Avenue Subway Will Really Be Open for Business on New Year’s Day
The MTA backs up Governor Cuomo’s promise: The first trip is scheduled for 6:04 a.m. on January 1, 2017.
Harlem’s One-Antlered Deer Gets Last-Minute Stay on Execution, Then Dies
But there is probably no hope now for the Cuomo–de Blasio relationship.
It Just Got a Lot Tougher for Airbnb to Do Business in NYC
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law today that doles out a heavy fine for people who advertise illegal short-term rentals.
Art Installations and Light Shows Will Replace Tollbooths on NYC Bridges
It’s the latest infrastructure plan from Governor Cuomo.
Cuomo Admin Funding Hard-Cider Research
It will go toward the researching and testing of different apple varietals.
Cuomo Could Pardon Thousands of Youthful Offenders in the Near Future
Around 10,000 people may be eligible.
Cuomo and de Blasio Try to Make Up Over Nice Italian Dinner
Did anything get resolved?
Cuomo Aide Shot Before J’Ouvert Dies
Carey Gabay was taken off a respirator Wednesday.
How Cuomo Came Around on Minimum Wage
The governor — with a little help from Vice-President Biden — proposes raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
When Mayors Attack: Why de Blasio Went After Governor Cuomo
Was it time to stop accepting punishment and start treating his tormentor like a schoolyard bully?
Cuomo Gets His Way (Mostly) in Albany’s Last Big Legislative Push
And his “friend” Mayor de Blasio gets pushed aside.
Inside Albany’s Nervous Breakdown
Two days left in the legislative session, and a mountain of unfinished business.
The Diverging Fortunes of New York’s Favorite Political Odd Couple
Cuomo backs fast-food workers while de Blasio heads to D.C., as one tries to maintain — and the other tries to build — his national profile.
Andrew Cuomo’s Political Games Apparently Don’t Sit Well With the U.S. Attorney
Records from the governor’s now-disbanded anti-corruption commission are under subpoena.
Governor Cuomo Holds Vital Yogurt Summit
It’s an important culture issue. (
Corvettes Reduce Governor Cuomo to an Almost Childlike State
It’s kind of cute.