New York State

A student and teacher at Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens on September 21.
New York is slowly recovering. Here’s a look at key figures in the state.
Carl Heastie became the first Black Assembly speaker in 2015.
People of color chair only two out of 39 Assembly committees – but that could change in 2021.
People sitting outside at a bar in Alphabet City on October 24th.
Some holes in the new restrictions.
Donald Trump exits Air Force One on July 30th.
The president attacks his former hometown frequently, and often inaccurately.
A car participating in the pro-Trump caravan throughout New York City on November 1st
Voter fraud. Q-Anon. Lawsuits. The New York GOP is not quitting Trump post-2020.
Governor Cuomo in a mask.
Once again, the Empire State is trying to avoid a pandemic shutdown.
New York state Democratic Party Chair Jay Jacobs.
Jay Jacobs says the political left gave the GOP an opening in key races, but progressives argue evidence is absent.
On Oct. 2, President Donald Trump announced that he tested positive for the coronavirus.
A running list of who’s been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The Working Families Party has been working to get New Yorkers to vote for Joe Biden on their ballot line.
The third party backs Democratic candidates, but still wants to keep its ballot line.
New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
Democratic pickups in November could jumpstart some outstanding bills before the state Legislature.