Transcripts, Exhibits, And Videos From The Cuomo-Gate Independent Investigation

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) today released the final set of videos, transcripts, and corresponding exhibits from the independent investigation into sexual harassment allegations against former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Continue Reading →

One Year In, Biden’s Failures On Immigration Compels NY State To Take Action To Protect Immigrant NYers

This week marked the first anniversary of President Joseph R. Biden’s inauguration. Continue Reading →

Mayor Adams Today Announced That His First Paycheck Converted In Cryptocurrency

New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that his first paycheck — which arrives tomorrow — will be automatically converted into cryptocurrency, as previously promised. Continue Reading →

Mayor Adams Appoints Dan Garodnick As City Planning Commission Chair And Edith Hsu-Chen As Director

Today, New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced the appointment of Dan Garodnick as chair of the City Planning Commission (CPC) and Edith Hsu-Chen as director of the Department of City Planning (DCP). Continue Reading →

Biden Administration Rolls Out Latest Chapter Of Its Infrastructure Plan From Harlem To Hawaii

The White House has announced that America’s crumbling roads and bridges are up next in its infrastructure agenda. Continue Reading →

Attorney General James Secures $1.85 Billion From Deceptive Student Loan Servicer Navient

New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced a $1.85 billion agreement with one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers, Navient. Continue Reading →

Albany Legislators Solely Responsible For Creating Fair And Representative Maps

Yesterday, Albany legislators voted down the Independent Redistricting Commission’s maps. Continue Reading →

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