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Before the governor finally gave in to mounting political pressure to resign on Tuesday, Andrew Cuomo attorney Rita Glavin spent 45 minutes once again attempting to poke holes in the case against Andrew Cuomo. more
For a brief moment, Ray Pultinas had a single glimmer of hope that his group’s garden and “edible” forest on the grounds of DeWitt Clinton High School could be saved. But those hopes have now all but been extinguished as the city’s education department prepares to bring the James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center to an abrupt end. more
To many, it never seemed possible. But Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he would resign today, a week after state attorney general Letitia James concluded an investigation alleging he sexually harassed nearly a dozen women while in office. more
For state attorney general Letitia James, the evidence is clear: Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed nearly a dozen women while in office, and created a hostile work environment where he used his power to not only silence any complaints about his conduct, but to continue that conduct. more
Enjoying indoor activities across New York City might not require a mask, but in a little more than a month those looking to interact with others in restaurants, gyms and theaters are going to need something a little more: like a vaccine shot. more
Tony Edwards says he’s witnessed some activity at Marble Hill Houses he believes is evidence of just how hasty a move it was from Mayor Bill de Blasio to relocate homeless people out of the coronavirus pandemic-era hotel rooms they were staying in. more
Margaret Nelson is the new city parks commissioner. Well, at least the acting one. Mayor Bill de Blasio elevated Nelson to the top spot this week to replace Mitchell Silver, who stepped down after seven years leading parks in New York City. more
Going from being a Bronx middle school principal to walking the halls of Congress in less than a year’s time would feel like a whirlwind for most people. But Jamaal Bowman has taken this exact transition in stride. more
For anyone struggling to pay rent in areas where coronavirus transmission is rampant, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is stopping landlords from kicking them out, at least through the beginning of October. more
For state attorney general Letitia James, the evidence is clear: Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed nearly a dozen women while in office, and created a hostile work environment where he used his power to not only silence any complaints about his conduct, but to continue it with others. more
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