Hundreds of pages of documents related to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s George Washington Bridge scandal have been released.
The new mayor said he picked up the eating-pizza-with-utensils habit while visiting Italy, “my ancestral homeland.”
Speaking of Trump, he told Republican leaders he would want the GOP united behind him if he decides to run against Gov. Andrew Cuomo – a decision he’ll make by the end of the month.
Trump told The Buffalo News: “If we could have a unified party with everybody backing properly, I would do it and I think I’d win.”
Assemblyman Steve Katz skipped Cuomo’s State of the State address in favor of a three-day Colorado marijuana industry research trip.
Not everyone’s a fan of Cuomo’s $2 billion education bond act proposal.
The joint legislative budget hearing schedule is out.
Cuomo is “seizing on the weakness of the Port Authority and the weakness of New Jersey and trying to steal something from the Port.”
IDC Leader Jeff Klein hailed Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for pushing a federal bill to broaden and boost family leave benefits, but said New York shouldn’t wait for Congress to take the legislation up.
Former NYC Councilman Jim Gennaro is joining the state’s DEC as a deputy commissioner for New York City sustainability and resiliency.
Immigrant rights advocates were disappointed the governor didn’t mention the state DREAM Act in his State of the State.
Sen. Jack Martins is definitely not running for retiring Rep. Carolyn McCarthy’s seat.
Some of the state’s leading cancer centers are uncertain about Cuomo’s plan for medical marijuana, raising questions about the overall feasibility of the initiative.
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz approved legislation to ban hydraulic fracturing on all lands owned by Erie County.
The FEC flagged Rep. Michael Grimm for receiving excess campaign contributions from House Speaker John Boehner, former VP nominee Paul Ryan and Grimm’s ex-wife’s father.
De Blasio had a special podium made to accommodate commissioners who are less well endowed in the height department than he is.
Cuomo signed a bill that will eliminate a hurdle that has blocked families of children with autism from getting health insurance coverage of an intensive treatment known as applied behavioral analysis.
The field of Republicans jockeying to take on Democratic Rep. Dan Maffei in NY-24 is getting crowded.
The pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC Priorities USA made some new hires.
De Blasio may be close to choosing a new head of city planning.
The state will take control of Albany Convention Center site by spring.
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