Updated: A guide to Cuomo’s 2018 challengers
Gov. Andrew Cuomo still faces a handful of opponents in his 2018 reelection bid.
Bill de Blasio
Bombs in New York and a governor’s debate
Pipe bombs were sent to a number of prominent Democrats and progressives across the country, including several in New York, and to CNN’s Columbus Circle headquarters.
Tweets show Molinaro cozying up to the Trumps
Tweets show Molinaro cozying up to the Trumps, while the Republican gubernatorial nominee has sought to distance himself from the president.
Proud Boys brawl, Dems raise cash and Cuomo leads in the polls
Proud Boys brawl in Manhattan, Dems perform well in congressional races and Cuomo leads in the polls
New York State
Why nobody's debating this election season
New York candidates are playing it safe by avoiding debates. It happens more often than you might think.
New York GOP’s Trumpification is complete
New York’s Republican Party has endorsed misogyny and white nationalism – or, at minimum, declared them to be scourges less worrisome than vandalism.
New York State
Why are GOP donors betting so heavily on Keith Wofford?
The Republican candidate for attorney general is raking in donations.
Molinaro’s voting record
GOP candidate for governor Marc Molinaro claims to be a moderate. Did he vote that way in Albany?
New York State
Lessons of the 1918 gubernatorial election
What Cuomo and Molinaro can learn from Al Smith’s victory a century ago.
Is Marc Molinaro the next George Pataki?
Marc Molinaro is an appealing GOP candidate who is strikingly similar to New York’s last Republican governor. But George Pataki never had to contend with President Donald Trump.
What has JCOPE actually done?
JCOPE has been blasted by Cuomo’s gubernatorial rivals. Should it be replaced?
Statewide candidates vie for most signatures, small donors
Here are the numbers of petitions and fundraising counts for prominent candidates running for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.
Miner’s minor party isn’t a Republican ploy, but it’s unsure what it is
Stephanie Miner's Serve America Movement lacks stances on most major issues.
Opponents of diversifying specialized high schools ignore facts
Attacks on de Blasio’s plan to reform admissions are mostly bogus.
Why nothing is happening in Albany
Although there is still time for the legislative session to heat up, especially since voting will likely go late into the night on Tuesday, many in Albany are not expecting any surprises. The relative calm is due to the fact that Republicans control the state Senate but lack the majority needed to pass bills.
Stephanie Miner: Only insiders worry about her being a spoiler
The former Democratic mayor of Syracuse is running as an independent
A lawsuit, a bus tour and a budget deal
New York Attorney General files a lawsuit against the Trump Foundation, Governor Andrew Cuomo goes on a bus tour, a NYCHA settlement is reached and New York City has a budget deal in this week's top news.
Paladino: Molinaro backs Trump, and the rest of the GOP should too
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino says the Marc Molinaro, the GOP's nominee against Gov. Andrew Cuomo this year, is supportive of President Donald Trump - and the rest of the party should be, too.
Five things to know about New York’s Republican convention
Who’s willing to take on some of New York's most powerful politicians? The Republican Party has struggled to find worthy candidates, but they’ll officially settle on their slate for the four statewide elected positions this week.