Michael Caputo, assistant secretary of public affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services.
The Western New York operative turned Trump appointee is embroiled in a Washington coronavirus scandal.
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Wealthy New Yorkers complain about potential tax hikes while the city reaches a fiscal cliff.
While the city approaches a fiscal cliff, the most powerful New Yorkers complain about possible tax hikes.
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SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras.
Jim Malatras’ installation is either a power grab – or the university system’s only hope.
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State lawmakers have been waiting for Cuomo to finalize a budget.
The storyline of fixing the state’s budget deficit remains as unresolved as ever.
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According to a new Siena College poll democrats and republicans have been spending their quarantine differently.
Democrats and Republicans differ on how they’re using their time at home.
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Bill de Blasio at Village Academy in Queens on August 12th.
A deal between Mayor Bill de Blasio and organized labor avoids a costly political fight.
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An MTA worker sanitizing a subway car in early March.
COVID-19 has upended whose workplace problems are deemed essential.
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Governor Cuomo gets tested for COVID-19 in May.
New York state is bringing testing devices to hot spots for faster results.
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P.S. 199 in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan.
Who is supposed to watch kids when they’re not in school and other logistical questions remain unresolved.
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New York City does not have a lot of company when it comes to reopening schools this fall.
New York City will be one of the few major school districts to attempt in-person classes.
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