Virginia sank deeper into political turmoil today as another top Democrat — Attorney General Mark Herring — admitted putting on blackface in the 1980s, when he was a college student.

Herring released a statement saying that he dressed like the rapper Kurtis Blow as the Virginia governor, Ralph Northam, under siege over a racist photo in his medical school yearbook, admitted last week that he once blackened his face as part of a Michael Jackson costume.

Herring said he was “deeply, deeply sorry” but did not indicate if he would remain in office. He resigned as the co-chairman of the Democratic Attorneys General Association.

Vanessa Tyson, the woman who alleges Virginia LG Justin Fairfax sexually assaulted her in 2004, released a statement detailing her memory of the incident and rebuking his claims that the encounter was consensual.

The former mayor of Moscow has confirmed Trump met with officials in Russia in the 1990s to discuss a possible building project after archival footage of the meeting was posted online.

In a NYT OpEd, Cuomo lambasted the president’s “diatribe” in the SOTU about late-term abortion, calling it “part of the far-right’s escalation of its assault on a woman’s constitutional rights.”

The head of the Republican National Committee wrote to the State Bar of Texas seeking disciplinary action against Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat and 2020 contender, for identifying herself as American Indian on her registration card decades ago.

Vowing not to be “intimidated” by Trump, the new Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff, said the panel will probe whether foreign governments had improper leverage over the president or his business interests.

Queens Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shot back at critics who complained that she didn’t show much enthusiasm while attending the State of the Union address, saying Trump’s speech was an “unsettling night for our country.”

Beto O’Rourke, the Texas Democrat whose near miss Senate bid last year catapulted him to national fame, said he would decide by the end of February whether to run for president in 2020.

Minnesota Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar will reveal her plans about 2020 on Sunday at an event in Minneapolis.

Unless she’s partial to anticlimax, it seems likely Klobuchar will make official what’s long been assumed: She’s running.

A new audit from state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office says state-run gambling treatment has not been offered in large areas of the state, including those with new state-sanctioned gambling outlets.

A lawyer for the Buffalo Diocese defended retired Bishop Edward U. Kmiec’s handling of a case of alleged clergy sex abuse from Kmiec’s time as bishop of the Nashville Diocese.

A new poll is finding broad support for an annual wealth tax on people with assets of at least $50 million, underlining support for taxing the rich.

Williamsville Mayor Daniel O. DeLano Jr., who has held his elected post for just 13 months, is not seeking re-election to a full four-year term, clearing the way for a challenger in June’s village elections.

A group of business executives and former public officials, including past HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros and ex-NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson, have launched an investment firm focused on small infrastructure projects and other developments for government, nonprofit and education clients.

New York should not end its system of fusion voting that lets minor parties play a major role in the state’s politics, a slew of federal officials – including U.S. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Chusck Schumer – argued in a letter that’s being sent to state legislators this week.

“Here are some other reasons state revenue could be lower than expected. Most have nothing to do with Trump.”

American Airlines Group Inc. and British Airways will invest $344 million in John F. Kennedy International Airport – namely Terminal 8 – as part of Cuomo’s plan to modernize the airport with 90 percent private funding.

A federal judge in Brooklyn has refused — for the third time — to let accused Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere out on bail ahead of his trial.

Cuomo pledged $15 million to continue a Rochester business competition aimed at startups in optics, photonics and imaging. The money will fund another three rounds of Luminate NY, now in its second year.

Plans for a seasonal weekend train service to the Berkshires in western Massachusetts are progressing, with a pilot program seeking to launch by Memorial Day of 2020.

The scion of a well-connected Big Apple family is facing a possible life sentence for the attempted murder of a cop — six months after the original case against him faltered due to a flubbed search warrant.

Auburn Community Hospital looked the other way when a doctor needlessly admitted patients, overbilled and often provided lousy care that led to one patient’s death, according to a federal lawsuit.