Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in New York City with no public schedule.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump face off in their final debate before the Nov. 8 election in Las Vegas, NV at 9 p.m.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio will attend and deliver remarks at The Retail, Wholesale & Department Store Union’s Executive Board meeting, which is closed to the press.

At 7 a.m., the PBA protests e Blasio outside the Brooklyn YMCA where the mayor generally does his morning workout, Park Slope Y, 361 15th St.

At 8 a.m., Bowzer from Sha Na Na campaigns for NY-23 Democratic candidate John Plumb, Clarion Hotel, 30 Lake Shore Dr. E., Dunkirk.

At 8:30 a.m., the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City Milstein Criminal Justice Policy Forum breakfast is held, with remarks from NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill, Sea Level Cafe, 6 E 43rd St., Manhattan.

At 9 a.m., LG Kathy Hochul delivers opening remarks at the governor’s Sustainable Development Regional Conference, Culinary Institute of America, 1946 Campus Dr., Hyde Park.

At 10 a.m., Cornell Tech hosts a press briefing to kick off a 12-month countdown to the opening of its new campus on Roosevelt Island, Cornell Tech at the Google Bldg, 111 8th Ave., Manhattan.

Also at 10 a.m., Brooklyn Bridge Park holds a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on Pier 3. Attendees include New York Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, BBP President Regina Myer, Sen. Daniel Squadron, Brooklyn Bridge Park Executive Director Nancy Webster and park designer Michael Van Valkenburgh.

At 11 a.m., Vice President Biden speaks on the Cancer Moonshot Initiative at the SAP Global CEO Summit, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Circle, Manhattan.

Also at 11 a.m., Community Service Society, the Riders Alliance and representatives from a broad coalition of advocacy, labor, legal and community-based organizations join elected officials announcing their support for half-price MetroCards for the city’s lowest-income residents, City Hall steps, Manhattan.

Also at 11 a.m., Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan and Albany Medical Center CEO Jim Barba make an announcement regarding the hospital’s payment in lieu of taxes, Huyck Auditorium, Albany Medical Center, 47 New Scotland Ave., Albany.

At 12:30 p.m., de Blasio will visit a College Access for All high school that is participating in College Application Week, Frederick Douglas Academy III, 3630 Third Ave., the Bronx.

At 1 p.m., attorney Normal Siegel, street fair vendors and activists hold a rally to denounce the mayor’s proposed street fair rules for 2017, City Hall steps, Manhattan.

Also at 1 p.m., Assemblyman Sean Ryan will join representatives of Walgreens Pharmacy to announce new safe medication disposal kiosks in Erie County, where people can return unused, unwanted, and expired prescription medication, 650 Delaware Ave., Buffalo.

At 3:30 p.m., Families for Excellent Schools holds a rally calling for the charter school sector to grow to 200,000 students by 2020, Foley Square, Manhattan.

Also at 3:30 p.m., Hochul launches a Community College Council‎ Meeting in the Capital Region, Hudson Valley Community College, Siek Campus Center, Room 204, 80 Vandenburgh Ave., Troy.

At 5:30 p.m., the Queens Borough Board, chaired by Borough President Melinda Katz, will hear a presentation on homelessness in the borough from Steven Banks, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Social Services, Queens Borough Hall, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Kew Gardens, Queens.

At 6 p.m., Pace University holds a “The Trump Foundation, The Clinton Foundation, and the 2016 Election: What Does it All Mean for Philanthropy?” panel discussion, 1 Pace Plaza, Manhattan.

Also at 6 p.m., Trump’s childhood home in Queens goes up for auction with an opening bid set at $849,000, The Roosevelt Hotel, 45 E 45th St., Manhattan.

At 6:15 p.m., de Blasio delivers remarks at the Real Estate Marketplace Awards, Terrace on the Park, 52-11 111th St., Flushing, Queens.

At 7 p.m., de Blasio hosts a Diwali celebration at Gracie Mansion, 88th Street and East End Avenue, Manhattan.

Also at 7 p.m., former NYC Mayor David Dinkins hosts a debate watch party in support of Clinton, The 40/40 Club, 6 W 25th St., Manhattan.

At 7:45 p.m., Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley speaks on New York’s economic history, the Lotos Club, 5 E 66th St., Manhattan.

At 8 p.m., U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer attends a debate watch party, St. Francis College, 180 Remsen St., Manhattan.


The feds have reportedly interviewed the 15-year-old girl at the center of the latest Anthony Weiner sexting scandal. Investigators believe they have a strong case against the disgraced ex-congressman and he could be indicted, according to a source familiar with the case, who added: “It wouldn’t surprise me.”

Donald Trump’s talk of a rigged election and calls for supporters to turn out in droves to monitor polling sites has stirred increasing fears of intimidation of minorities inside polling places, where their qualifications to vote could be challenged, or outside, where they would face illegal electioneering.

President Obama ridiculed Trump for saying that the presidential election was rigged against him, telling the Republican nominee to “stop whining and go try to make his case” to win more votes than Hillary Clinton.

Singer Wayne Newton, a staple in Sin City, will join The Donald in Las Vegas as a guest at the debate, he told WABC radio host Rita Cosby. Newtown, 74, said he has never seen Trump “under any circumstances react in an irresponsible way toward a lady.”

Trump likely needs a really big night at this last debate. National polls show him losing, and post-debate polls show voters are skeptical about him at best.

After months of a vitriolic campaign and two bruising debates, what’s left to be unveiled, asked University of Cincinnati political scientist David Niven. “You could see a scorched-earth approach. But how much of the earth is left at this point?” he said.

According to a poll from The Washington Post and ABC News, having daughters may affect voters’ choices this coming Election Day.

Compromise in Congress will be key to changing the public’s mood after the election, according to U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, who is poised to become majority leader if the Democrats take control. “If we have another four years of gridlock, the anger, the frustration, the sourness is going to cascade,” he said. “And 2020 could make 2016 look tame.”

Labor unions are plowing money into the 2016 elections at an unprecedented rate, largely in an effort to help elect Clinton and give Democrats a majority in the Senate.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office announced at the last minute yesterday that he would be at the White House to attend an official state dinner on the South Lawn honoring Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi – the final state dinner of the Obama administration.

A Newsday review of campaign contributors who donated $50,000 or more to Cuomo between 2010 and 2015 found that more than 30 construction and development companies, subsidiaries, their executives and their relatives have contributed nearly $4 million while the companies received $1 billion in state contracts, tax breaks and other benefits.

A federal investigation into NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s campaign fund-raising has zeroed in on whether donations were exchanged for beneficial city action in about a half-dozen cases, according to people with knowledge of the inquiry.

As a bill to fine illegal Airbnb operators landed on Cuomo’s desk yesterday, the home-sharing company offered a number of concessions to placate leery New York regulators.

New regulations proposed by the Cuomo administration would give parole boards a formal scoring process — dubbed the Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions — to follow in determining an inmate’s merit for parole.

Phil Walzak, a senior City Hall adviser to de Blasio, will depart his public post to oversee de Blasio’s communications and overall campaign strategy for the 2017 effort starting on Monday.

State GOP Chairman Ed Cox has filed a complaint with the Board of Elections charging the state teachers’ union, NYSUT, with violating election laws to boost Democrats.

Cuomo’s office weighed in on the helicopter controversy that is causing problems for de Blasio, noting the governor only uses state aircraft for state business and doesn’t charge taxpayers for personal or political travel.

Police shot and killed an emotionally disturbed woman inside an apartment building in the Bronx last night. News of the shooting and the circumstances surrounding it caused some local officials – including Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. – to call for an investigation.

The NYPD says the sergeant who responded to a call about a 66-year-old woman acting irrationally in a Bronx apartment fatally shot her after she tried to hit him with a baseball bat.

The active-shooter scenario is one that no employers want to encounter, but it’s one they must prepare for given today’s heightened terror climate, former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said at Epstein Becker & Green PC’s annual workplace briefing in Manhattan.

NYC Council members are expected to introduce legislation today that would significantly change how the NYPD uses the decades-old nuisance abatement law against homes and businesses cops say have been used as dens of crime.

A record number of NYPD cops looked into retirement from the department last night, as hundreds packed a Queens banquet hall for a pension benefit seminar.

Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney issued a withering response to Mayor Stephanie Miner after the mayor complained about county economic development initiatives. The gist of the letter: Good riddance.

In State Supreme Court in Manhattan, the first custody case is underway to test a newly expanded definition of parentage, as handed down by the state’s highest court in August.

The whistleblower in an alleged conspiracy to block low-income and minority kids from enrolling in a popular Riverdale, Bronx, elementary school has filed suit against a politician – Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz – who he claims targeted him for coming forward.

Bringing in Panasonic as a partner with SolarCity at its solar panel factory in Buffalo will give the ambitious venture manufacturing expertise and much-needed financial support. The tentative deal between the Japanese electronics giant and Tesla Motors also is aimed squarely at skeptical shareholders who will decide the fate of the electric vehicle maker’s $2.2 billion bid to buy SolarCity.

The NYPD says state legislators are playing with danger trying to relax a decades-old law governing gravity knives.

At least two influential members of the Erie County Industrial Development Agency’s board are expressing serious reservations about a proposal for the public agency to buy a Buffalo mansion and become a landlord for a campus of nonprofit agencies

Here’s a guide to the new Buffalo teachers contract.

Democratic congressional candidate DuWayne Gregory challenged Long Island Rep. Peter King to rescind his endorsement of Trump, after comments by women who have said the presidential nominee had groped them.

A Rep. Lee Zeldin campaign mailer gives voters the wrong date to send in absentee ballots, saying they :must be postmarked by November 8th.” The actual deadline is Nov. 7.

Millions of dollars was repaid to states and U.S. territories that was borrowed earlier this year in an emergency move to combat the Zika virus, but states will have to apply for additional funds if they want to fight mosquitoes and monitor pregnant women.

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who grew up in Medford, MA, is giving Boston’s Museum of Science $50 million.

A New York Giants fan is suing her beloved team for injuries she says she received when a large photo fell on her in the stadium gift shop.

NYC’s thousands of bike and foot messengers have organized to fight for benefits including minimum wage, paid sick leave and unemployment insurance.

The president of the College of New Rochelle resigned as the school considered declaring “an imminent financial crisis” that could lead to budget cuts and faculty layoffs, according to a statement from the chairwoman of its board of trustees.

A week after a mysterious tweet was sent out and promptly deleted, the Times Union Center confirmed that rap superstar Kanye West will make an appearance in Upstate NY this fall.

In the latest twist in the effort to rezone elementary schools in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a parent council with the power to approve or reject the city’s plans issued a plea: Move a popular school 16 blocks south.

More than 2,000 Verizon Wireless customers complained last month to the Federal Communications Commissions that their outrageously high bills had to be wrong. Now, they’re starting to get results.