New York State

A woman and children enter the Cayuga Centers in New York City, where hundreds of migrant children separated from their parents by federal officials are being housed.
Trump’s executive order doesn’t send the kids already taken back to their families.
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New York Senate
The Capitol produced few other surprises, but plenty of frozen desserts.
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan.
The session will end without resolution for many hot topics.
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State Sen. John DeFrancisco arguing on the floor of the New York Senate.
As session winds down some small measures squeak through.
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An aerial view of the Capitol in Albany
Republicans lack the leverage – and Democrats lack the incentive.
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New York State Capitol building
“I know of nothing to breathe life into these bills, but it’s only Monday.”
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo talks with Alain Kaloyeros
The pay-to-play trial against Cuomo affiliates begins.
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New York executive chambers
Education, sports betting, and gun control remain unresolved.
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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivers remarks at the Western Conservative Summit, in Denver on June 8.
Despite the Trump administration's warnings about MS-13, fleeing the gang will no longer be grounds for asylum.
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Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul speaks to supporters of Planned Parenthood.
Why the two parties are likely to get legislation moving again.
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