Andrew Cuomo

Governor Cuomo on Feb. 15, 2021.
The governor finally emerged from hiding, and he’s (hypothetically) sorry (if you were offended).
New York State Attorney General Tish James
If Cuomo loses control, here’s who could be next.
State Sen. Jessica Ramos
More women have joined the Legislature in recent years, and some say increased representation is contributing to the reckoning Cuomo now faces.
The 39th Governor of New York, William Sulzer
With impeachment of Gov. Andrew Cuomo being discussed, it’s worth revisiting the only time it’s been used on a governor.
Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Governor Andrew Cuomo, and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie
Lawmakers have an agreement in place to provide greater oversight on the governor’s pandemic orders.
Gareth Rhodes, a longtime aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Longtime Cuomo aide Gareth Rhodes was the groom at the wedding where Cuomo allegedly harassed another guest.
It remains entirely possible that the three-term governor will face no consequences at all from lawmakers.
Holding the governor accountable is hard when he controls the state ethics commission.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Feb. 24, 2021.
The attorney general’s office said it will hire an independent law firm to look into allegations of sexual harassment against the three-term governor.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is suddenly telling us what he really thinks about the embattled governor.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo was fighting for his political life over the weekend.
Sexual harassment allegations by a second accuser means scandal will shadow the governor for months – if not longer.
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