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Cuomo Says His Name Was ‘Never Mentioned.’ It Was. 136 Times.

Cuomo Says His Name Was ‘Never Mentioned.’ It Was. 136 Times.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Joseph Percoco, right, in Albany in 2013.
In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo speaking to reporters in Albany, where he and lawmakers agreed on a $168 billion spending plan that would require more state oversight of New York City.
Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

“It was a massive effort that didn’t work — and couldn’t work — because of the unalterable opposition of legislators in the outer boroughs and suburban areas,” Douglas Muzzio, a Baruch College
A Shadow System Feeds Segregation in New York City Schools

A Shadow System Feeds Segregation in New York City Schools

At Beacon High School in Manhattan, applicants must have an average above 90 and 3s and 4s on their state tests to gain admission. Sixty percent of its students are white or Asian, about double the
Some New Yorkers Hate the Amazon Deal. Can They Stop It?

Some New Yorkers Hate the Amazon Deal. Can They Stop It?

Opponents of Amazon's plan to establish a massive outpost in Long Island City rallied Wednesday near the site.
Some New Yorkers Hate the Amazon Deal. Can They Stop It?

Some New Yorkers Hate the Amazon Deal. Can They Stop It?

Opponents of Amazon's plan to establish a massive outpost in Long Island City rallied Wednesday near the site.
No Back-Room Raise for Albany

No Back-Room Raise for Albany

The New York State Capitol in Albany.
Don’t Weasel Out of Ethics Reforms, Albany

Don’t Weasel Out of Ethics Reforms, Albany

The State Senate majority leader, John J. Flanagan, at the Capitol in Albany in November.
Albany: Put New York’s Needs Before Your Own

Albany: Put New York’s Needs Before Your Own

Carl Heastie, the speaker of the New York State Assembly.
Guess Who’s Accusing Cuomo of Dishonesty and Betrayal?

Guess Who’s Accusing Cuomo of Dishonesty and Betrayal?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has challenged his Democratic counterparts in the State Senate and Assembly to use their majority power to “make a Democratic vision a reality.”
Democrats Took Control of Albany. Here Are 5 Issues That Will Test Their Leadership.

Democrats Took Control of Albany. Here Are 5 Issues That Will Test Their Leadership.

Democrats hold the majority in the Assembly and the Senate in New York State. Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, center, is the first woman to be the majority leader of the State Senate.
With New Voting Laws, Democrats Flex Newfound Power in New York

With New Voting Laws, Democrats Flex Newfound Power in New York

Andrea Stewart-Cousins, the Democratic Senate majority leader in New York, said that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a fellow Democrat, finally has “willing partners here in the Senate.”
Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

The State Senate chose Senator Michael Gianaris of Queens to represent them on a state board that will likely have to approve the development plan for Amazon.
Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

Amazon Deal Meets New Resistance as Cuomo and N.Y. Senate Clash

The State Senate chose Senator Michael Gianaris of Queens to represent them on a state board that will likely have to approve the development plan for Amazon.
Albany’s ‘Wonder Twins’ Form a Power Duo, Challenging Cuomo’s Influence

Albany’s ‘Wonder Twins’ Form a Power Duo, Challenging Cuomo’s Influence

The New York Senate majority leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins, and the Assembly speaker, Carl Heastie, have forged a partnership, meeting privately in the Capitol, talking almost daily and coordinating
Congestion Pricing in Manhattan, First Such Plan in U.S., Is Close to Approval

Congestion Pricing in Manhattan, First Such Plan in U.S., Is Close to Approval

New York moved closer to formalizing a congestion pricing plan for Manhattan, as the leader of the State Assembly indicated on Monday that his members were “ready to go forward.”