Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio kicks off the latest in his “City Hall in Your Borough” series in Queens.

In D.C. today, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will be launching at the White House, and then participating in a “a Made in America” product showcase.

Pence will then participate in a bilateral meeting with President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia.

In the evening, Pence will deliver the keynote address at the Christians United for Israel Washington Summit.

At 7 a.m., to mark the third anniversary of the choking death of Eric Garner, the Legacy Eric Garner Left Behind organization holds “Occupy Bay Street,” Tompkins Park, Staten Island.

At 8:15 a.m., the Board of Regents meets, state Education Department, 89 Washington Ave., Albany.

At 10 a.m., Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo will be joined by officials from the Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC) and revitalization project stakeholders to announce the next phase of the ROC Renovation project, 1200 Brooks Ave., Rochester.

Also at 10 a.m., de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill will host a press conference to announce the future site of the 116 Precinct in Queens, parking lot adjacent to 105 Satellite Precinct, 242-40 North Conduit Ave., Rosedale, Queens.

Also at 10 a.m., LG Kathy Hochul introduces a new pavilion at Island View Park, Main Street, Waddington.

Also at 10 a.m., Republican NYC public advocate candidate J.C. Polanco and state Reform Party Chairman Curtis Sliwa will announce a proposal aimed at preventing violent attacks by mentally ill individuals, City Hall step, Manhattan.

At 10:30 a.m., NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña visits a “Summer in the City” classroom, P.S. 120, 58-01 136 St., Flushing, Queens.

Also at 10:30 a.m., NYC Councilman Andy King, members of Speak Up For a Better Bronx and residents speak at the Baychester Square Public Hearing, Council Chambers, City Hall, Manhattan.

At 11 a.m., Hochul discusses the potential of federal health care reform on New Yorkers, Canton-Potsdam Hospital, 50 Leroy St., Potsdam.

Also at 11 a.m., the state Thruway Authority’s Finance Committee, Governance Committee and board will host a public meeting, Thruway Authority Syracuse Division Headquarters, 290 Elwood Davis Drive, Suite 250, second floor, Liverpool.

At 12:30 p.m., de Blasio will host a cabinet meeting with senior staff in Queens, Queens Borough Hall ­– Room 213, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens.

At 12:35 p.m., U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand will visit Juckett Park in Washington County to announce the Trump Administration has begun to establish the Tick-Borne Disease Working Group, a key provision in her Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Prevention, Education, and Research Act, Hudson Falls.

At 2 p.m., de Blasio delivers remarks at a health care rally where Cuomo will be making an announcement in support of Obamacare and against the U.S. Senate’s reform bill, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai– Stern Auditorium, 1468 Madison Ave., Manhattan. (Hochul will also attend).

At 4:40 p.m., de Blasio participates in an “armchair discussion” with Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize Winner and New York Times columnist, at the Seventh Meeting of the Society for the Study of Economy Inequality, the Graduate Center at CUNY, Proshansky Auditorium, 365 5th Ave., Manhattan.

At 6 p.m., Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer speaks at the New York City Department of Homeless Services’ public meeting, 400 E. 30th St., Manhattan.

At 6:40 p.m., Farina delivers remarks at the Remarkable Achievement Award ceremony, Citifield, 123-01 Roosevelt Ave., Corona, Queens.

At 7 p.m., de Blasio appears on NY1’s “Road to City Hall.”

Also at 7 p.m., the Manhattan Democratic Party hosts the Demmy Awards, Silas Theatre, School of Visual Arts, 333 W. 23rd St., Manhattan.

Also at 7 p.m., NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer delivers the keynote address at the Urban Justice Center “Cashing In On Incarceration” panel discussion, 40 Rector St., Manhattan.

At 7 p.m., the Rev. Al Sharpton and Garner’s daughter hold memorial a service and panel discussion to mark the third anniversary of Garner’s death, 912 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., Manhattan.

Headlines…

French President Emmanuel Macron says his glamorous Paris charm offensive on Donald Trump was carefully calculated — and may have changed the U.S. president’s mind about climate change.

Trump took to Twitter yesterday morning to thank Buffalo area political consultant Michael Caputo for testifying before the House Intelligence Committee investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and whether Trump’s campaign colluded with the Russians.

Caputo asserts the Trump-Russia scandal is part of an orchestrated left-wing effort to harass Trump and anybody connected to the campaign and spoil the president’s agenda. He also says the effort might bankrupt him.

Trump defended his son Donald Trump Jr., contrasting his Russia meeting with Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails and accused the news media of “DISTORTING DEMOCRACY” in a series of angry statements issued early yesterday.

In five TV interviews yesterday, Trump’s lawyer, Jay Sekulow, faced difficult questions about Trump Jr.’s attempt to glean damaging information on Hillary Clinton during a meeting with a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer.

The Trump administration is seeking to close a legal window opened for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States, appealing a federal judge’s order directly to the Supreme Court.

U.S. Sen. John McCain’s return to work after surgery won’t be enough to revive the ailing GOP health care bill, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said.

The Senate’s No. 2 Republican, John Cornyn of Texas, vowed to bring the party’s health care bill to a vote as soon as possible, even as detractors said they would use a delay caused by the absence of McCain to mobilize further opposition to the measure.

The blood clot condition for which McCain had surgery on Friday may be more serious than initial descriptions have implied, and it may delay his return to Washington by at least a week or two, medical experts said.

Schumer also urged Amtrak to put the kibosh on any discussion of trying to make economy seats smaller to squish in more passengers.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s effort to target at least six New York House Republicans in 2018 has reportedly already raised about a million bucks, with the bulk of contributions coming from major labor unions.

As he prepares to seek re-election for the second time next year, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached a personal fund-raising milestone. Schneiderman will report having $7.5 million in campaign cash on hand – the most he’s ever had in the bank at one time.

With next year’s battle for control of the state Senate fast approaching, the Republicans today will report having more than twice as much campaign money on hand than the chamber’s mainline Democrats.

Aides to Cuomo have begun talking up his chief counsel, Alphonso David, as a future attorney general candidate should there be a vacancy.

The battle between Airbnb and its critics continues to escalate. The online home-sharing site today will file a formal complaint with a state ethics panel charging that the ShareBetter campaign, a coalition of unions, lawmakers and other Airbnb opponents, has engaged in illegal and unreported lobbying.

The movement to stop prosecuting subway fare-beaters, announced recently by the Manhattan district attorney and soon to be adopted in Brooklyn, must be expanded citywide, public defenders argue.

The State Education Department today is expected to present the Board of Regents with regulations to conform with the Every Student Succeeds Act, the successor to No Child Left Behind, under which the vast majority of NYC’s transfer schools would be designated as “in need of improvement” and could be at risk of being closed.

Thousands of law enforcement officials and community members gathered at Fort Drum yesterday afternoon to mourn the loss of New York State Trooper Joel Davis.

Davis was so trusted that he worked for weeks in the field without supervision. The North Country trooper was assigned to a small station in Philadelphia, not far from his home in Evans Mills.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio explained why he has refused to comment on the blockbuster appeals court ruling in favor of ex-Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, claiming he hasn’t “paid attention” to the state’s biggest political corruption case in decades.

De Blasio and NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer pent the better part of four years at each other’s throats, but with election time rolling around, the members of this political odd couple have endorsed each other’s bids for re-election this fall.

Former Assemblyman Richard Brodsky on the MTA transit crisis and its impact on Cuomo: “First, the problem can’t be solved in a year, and a year is when he runs for re-election. Next summer will be the real ‘Summer of Hell.'”

Anna Maria Anders Day, Poland’s secretary of state, was one of five honorary grand marshals in the 79th annual Pulaski Day Parade held in conjunction with the Cheektowaga Polish American Festival yesterday.

Saratoga Springs residents and business owners with properties close to the proposed Code Blue shelter plan to file suit against the city early this week.

A lawsuit filed by Warren Redlich, a former Guilderland town board member and 2010 candidate for governor, against high-profile political consultants Roger Stone and Caputo as well as Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino can go forward, an appeals court ruled.

Bicyclists taking part in the 400-mile cross-state Cycle the Erie Canal trip made their way along Broadway yesterday to the finish line at the Albany Visitors Center.

Bald eagles have made a remarkable recovery across the United States since the pesticide DDT was banned 45 years ago, but the majestic birds are still dying from another environmental poison: lead from bullets and shotgun pellets in wildlife carcasses left behind by hunters.

Former NYPD Commissioner Howard Safir blamed Michael Brown’s death-by-cop in Ferguson, Mo., in 2014 — and the subsequent “fake news” over it — for the slaying of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia earlier this month.

Brooklyn state Sen. Martin Dilan revealed in his 2016 financial disclosure that he hit a lottery jackpot. And Queens Assemblyman Robert Miller reported winnings of at least $5,000 but under $20,000.

Some Long Island Rail Road passengers are being forced to commute on a dingy old train with broken air-conditioning — because the newer rides have been allocated to the pampered Hamptons crowd for the summer.

At least 45 tax-exempt charitable groups funneled some of the donations for their “worthy” causes into the campaign coffers of political parties and candidates — an illegal practice that could jeopardize their tax-exempt status with the IRS.

The state-run psychiatric hospital that houses civilly confined sex offenders has barred them from participating in monthly phone conferences on treatment and developments in the laws that allow their incarceration.

The state Department of Agriculture has granted SUNY Sullivan a license to grow and research hemp as part of the state’s Industrial Hemp Agricultural Pilot Program. The community college has teamed up with The Center on a project to grow the first “biodynamic” cannabis in the state.

Nassau County’s Republican leadership has spent two years resisting Democratic calls for an inspector general’s office to probe contracts — only to see their town GOP counterparts now taking up the idea.

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was back at a Habitat for Humanity worksite Friday, a day after he was hospitalized for dehydration while working with the organization to build homes for needy families in Canada.

Harvey Weisenberg, 83, a former state assemblyman, said he spent nearly 60 years lifeguarding and was still ocean-certified and teaching lifesaving. This summer he is the head lifeguard at the Surf for All camp for people with disabilities in Atlantic Beach, N.Y.

Two very different books about being Roman Catholic and gay were released recently, each with an endorsement from a cardinal who oversees an archdiocese along the Hudson River.

New photos show Trump-branded umbrellas shielded guests at the wedding of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s son, Andrew, a likely unintentional corporate tie-in on a big day for one of the president’s biggest defenders.

RIP to sportscasting legend, Bob Wolff.