New York State

Reps. Hakeem Jeffries and Jerrold Nadler were selected by Nancy Pelosi to be two of seven impeachment managers.
They’re lawyers, and now they get to play ones on TV
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Governor Cuomo has tasked public authorities with overseeing policy agenda items.
Public authorities allow for new investments despite a $6 billion budget deficit.
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There is speculation swirling that Rep. Ocasio-Cortez will run for the Senate.
How would the congresswoman fare against these veteran lawmakers?
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AOC has fallen under fire again and again from Democrats and Republicans alike.
Her opponents watch her like a hawk, but often their criticisms make little sense.
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Senate Majority Leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie walk past the Senate Chamber in Albany, N.Y
The early days of the 2020 legislative session has featured limited coordination between the chambers.
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Former Congressman Frederick Richmond, 96, died last month.
The recently deceased former Brooklyn congressman was a staunch liberal, but also corrupt and transactional.
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Gov. Cuomo's recent proposal may help curb pesky robocalls.
A new proposal from Gov. Cuomo might curb the pesky calls, but ending them is a gargantuan task.
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State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery announced Saturday that she will not be seeking reelection.
State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery’s retirement sets up a new type of battle between the old guard and leftists.
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Cuomo says New York is a progressive leader, but it is often behind the curve.
Cuomo claims New York's a progressive powerhouse. It's just the mild one.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his annual State of the State address on Wednesday.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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