Gov. Andrew Cuomo has not yet released a public schedule for the day.

The state Legislature is in session, with just five weeks remaining on the 2019 session calendar and three working days scheduled for this week. The Assembly is expected to conference bills passed last week by the state Senate that take aim at the president.

A long-delayed internal disciplinary trial that could lead to NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo’s firing in connection with the July 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner is slated to begin today.

Gwen Carr, Garner’s mother, will hold a media availability every day during the trial of Pantaleo, which is set to start at 10 a.m. in the fourth floor trial room of 1 Police Plaza in Lower Manhattan.

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have lunch at the White House, after which they will participate in a bilateral meeting with the prime minister of Hungary.

In the evening, Trump and Pence participate in a White House Iftar.

At 8:30 a.m., NYC Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez will be joined by community leaders and District 10 residents as he announces the winning Participatory Budgeting Projects for Northern Manhattan, M.S. 528, 180 Wadsworth Ave., Manhattan.

At 9 a.m., NYC Schools Chancellor Carranza will deliver keynote remarks at NYU Langone Health’s Health And Childhood and Opportunity Conference, Manhattan.

Also at 9 a.m., LG Kathy Hochul delivers remarks at the Buffalo Airport Terminal expansion groundbreaking ceremony, Buffalo Niagara International Airport, 4200 Genesee St., Buffalo.

At 9:30 a.m., House Our Future NY campaign members and homeless and formerly homeless New Yorkers march to urge Mayor Bill de Blasio to build 24,000 units of affordable housing for homeless New Yorkers, 100 Gold St., Manhattan.

At 10 a.m., Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. will host two events as part of Bronx Week 2019, the borough’s annual celebration of everything that makes The Bronx a great place to live, work and raise a family, Maestro’s, 1703 Bronxdale Ave., the Bronx.

Also at 10 a.m., the NYC Council Committee on Finance meets jointly with the Committee on Housing and Buildings and the Committee on Immigration, Council chamber, City Hall, Manhattan.

At 10:30 a.m., the state Senate Committee on Investigations and Government Operations meets, Legislative Office Building, Room 816, Albany.

At 11 a.m., the NYC Council Committee on Standards and Ethics meets, 250 Broadway, 15th floor, Committee Room, Manhattan.

Also at 11 a.m., the state Senate Committee on Racing, Gaming and Wagering meets, Legislative Office Building, Room 810, Albany.

Also at 11 a.m., state Sen. Pete Harckham kicks off National Prevention Week to increase public awareness of, and action around, substance use disorders, and announces that Stephen’s Law, named in memory of Stephen Canastraro Jr., will be voted on in the Senate, 4th Floor gallery, Senate, Albany.

At 11:30 a.m., New Yorkers from across the state will rally outside of National Grid’s “80×50 Pathway Forum” to call on Cuomo to hold the utilities accountable and halt gas expansion projects, Albany Capital Center, 55 Eagle St., Albany.

At noon, the state Senate Committee on Codes meets, state Capitol, Room 124, Albany.

Also at noon, the state Senate Committee on Transportation meets, Legislative Office Building, Room 708, Albany.

Also at noon, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio will hold a rally on NYC’s Green New Deal at Trump Tower, 725 5th Ave., Manhattan.

Later, de Blasio will meet with members of the Student Diversity Advisory Group, which will be closed to members of the media.

At 12:30 p.m., the state Senate Committee on Insurance meets, state Capitol, Room 124, Albany.

At 1 p.m., the state Senate Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs meets, Legislative Office Building, Room 807, Albany.

Also at 1 p.m., sate Sens. Luis Sepulveda and Rachel May, with New York Civil Liberties Union members, urge lawmakers to support the legalization of marijuana, expanding access to drivers’ licenses, and labor rights f

Also at 1 p.m., State Sen. David Carlucci will join AAA Northeast and Medical Society of the State of New York for a press conference calling for the passage of legislation that would require all people where their seat belt in the backseat, 4th Fl., state Capitol, Albany.

At 2 p.m., leaders in New York’s women’s rights, anti-trafficking, immigrant, gender and racial justice movements will hold a press conference to voice opposition to proposals and legislation that would “legalize the commodification of women’s bodies,” outside state Senate lobby, 3rd Fl., state Capitol, Albany.

At 3 p.m., the state Senate is in session, Senate chamber, state Capitol, Albany.

At 6 p.m., Queens Borough President Melinda Katz attends the third annual pride celebration, hosted by New York City Councilman Daniel Dromm, Queens Center Mall, second floor, 90-15 Queens Blvd., Queens.

At 7 p.m., de Blasio will appear live on NY1’s “Inside City Hall” with Errol Louis.

Headlines…

President Trump believes China is desperate for a Joe Biden presidency.

The White House’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, has acknowledged that U.S. consumers and businesses pay the tariffs that the Trump administration has imposed on billions of dollars of Chinese goods, even as the president himself insisted in a tweet, incorrectly, that China pays.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said special counsel Robert Mueller will be compelled to testify on Capitol Hill, and it’s more a matter of when than if.

Three years after taking the helm of the US diplomatic mission in Ukraine, Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch has been abruptly recalled to Washington two months ahead of schedule.

Pete Buttigieg directly confronted one of his biggest vulnerabilities as a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination: running as a white man who has led a life of relative privilege at a time when many in his party are eager for a woman or a minority candidate to become their next leader.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has chosen a site in the Golan Heights to be named after Trump.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the GOP is “basically Dwight from The Office” because Republicans take humor and sarcasm literally.

The Trump administration has cut the small but steady influx of refugees into the United States, leading some cities – including here in New York – to woo the ones who are already here.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that extended and expanded NYC’s school safety camera program from 140 locations to 750.

Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship is increasing credit accumulation and college retention rates, but the program still needs to meet more students where they are at.

Former Assemblyman Richard Brodsky: “The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez phenomenon is the real deal. She has transformed the political landscape, and raised the discomfort level for politicians of all stripes. Agree or disagree with her agenda, she’s shaken up national politics, which is a good thing.”

NYC’s former jails chief, who resigned under fire in 2017 after he was caught using a government vehicle for personal jaunts, may have broken the law again over related tax filings.

Trump may get the chance to turn the federal courts in Manhattan to the right. Last week, he added two more judges to the 13-judge US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit — making the balance seven liberals to six conservatives. Soon, he will get to add two more.

A pair of NYC Council members are looking to tighten the rules for sexual harassment reporting by city politicians after a Bronx councilman, Ruben Diaz Sr., promised not to “rat” out those suspected of sexual misconduct.

Steep cuts in the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund are turning out to be much worse than the 50% forecast earlier this year — in real life, some people are getting nothing.

A series of limited-edition NYC MetroCards will feature photographs from ground zero in the weeks after the World Trade Center towers collapsed, showing firefighters, police officers and aid workers from around the country who trudged through rubble and ash to search for victims.

Two former US Army soldiers tied the knot on the Q train over the weekend — and told The NY Post they chose the line for its stunning skyline views.

Tenants from around New York state are heading to Albany tomorrow to encourage legislators to strengthen rental protections.

New York City is pushing a math curriculum for the coming fall that some public school teachers say doesn’t focus enough on teaching the concepts underlying the subject.

A Connecticut man was accused of threatening to kill Trump and mailing menacing letters containing what he claimed was Anthrax to several locations, including a synagogue and a mosque.

Cohoes native Madison VanDenburg advanced to the “American Idol” finale May 19 and the show will be filming in the Capital Region this week.

Craft brewing is a bigger market in the Buffalo area than almost anywhere else in New York State. In 2018, Erie County had the third highest number of craft breweries and the second-highest number of jobs in the brewing industry statewide, according to a report by the New York State Brewers Association.

The Army Corps of Engineers projected that Lake Ontario will rise another 7 inches by June 10, bringing the water to an average depth of 248.5 feet.

RIP “Mod Squad” actress Peggy Lipton, whose name will forever be synonymous (for some New York political watchers) with a state comptroller’s office scandal.

It’s International Hummus Day.

Goodbye, “Veep.”