Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in the “New York City area” and Albany with no interviews or public events yet announced.

At 8 a.m., NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams will conclude his upstate tour advocating for the state Legislature to pass Universal Rent Control legislation during a Housing Justice for All rally, where he will announce his endorsement of tenants’ rights advocate Misse Ross for Onondaga County Legislature in the 15th District, 401 S. Ave., Syracuse.

At 9 a.m., state Sens. Jessica Ramos and Timothy Kennedy host a public hearing to examine the legalization of e-bikes and e-scooters in the state, Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd., Queens.

At 9:30 a.m., state Assemblyman David Weprin visits the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation’s second chance vocational program, Wallkill Correctional Facility, 50 McKendrick Road, Wallkill.

At 10 a.m., NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio will appear live on WNYC’s “The Brian Lehrer Show” and take questions from listeners.

Also at 10 a.m., LG Kathy Hochul promotes state workforce development efforts at Tilly Foster Farm, 100 NY-312, Brewster.

At 11 a.m., “The Capitol Pressroom” features Assemblyman Sean Ryan, WCNY.

Also at 11 a.m., Williams will join Lehrer to discuss the universal rent control package, his arrest in Albany, the Central Park Five case, and other topics.

At 11:30 a.m., state Assemblyman Charles Lavine joins fellow state and county officials to announce early voting locations in the 13th Assembly District and Nassau County, Mid-Island Y JCC, 45 Manetto Hill Road, Plainview.

At noon, Hochul delivers remarks at the swearing-in ceremony for Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, Ulster County Courthouse, 285 Wall St., Kingston.

At 12:30 p.m., state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi, Assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman and 32BJ SEIU President Hector Figueroa lead a discussion on providing benefits for workers at transportation centers to obtain affordable health insurance, 86-11 Lefferts Blvd., Queens.

At 1 p.m., Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer joins advocates in calling on the mayor and NYC Council budget negotiators to provide funding for one social worker in every single public school, City Hall steps, Manhattan.

Also at 1 p.m., Williams will speak on Instagram Live with the Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory about the “Central Park Five” case, and calls for action after release of the series “When They See Us.”

At 2 p.m., state Sens. Patrick Gallivan and Chris Jacobs, Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes and Assemblywoman Monica Wallace announce the launch of Elder Abuse Awareness Month Old County Hall steps, 92 Franklin St., Buffalo.

Also at 2 p.m., Rep. Nita Lowey joins White Plains Mayor Tom Roach and others to recognize Gun Violence Awareness Day, White Plains City Hall, 255 Main St., White Plains.

At 3:15 p.m., Hochul highlights state infrastructure investments during a tour of the Hudson River Skywalk, Rip Van Winkle Bridge Administration Building, 99 NY-23, Catskill.

At 3:45 p.m., state Assemblyman Felix Ortiz holds a press conference to alert the public to the measles outbreak taking place in Brooklyn, 4907 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn.

At 6 p.m., Rep. Nydia Velázquez attends the Puerto Rican Day Gala, Pier 60, Chelsea Piers, Manhattan.

At 6:30 p.m., state Sens. John Liu and Andrew Gounardes hold a community forum on school diversity and specialized high school admissions, I.S. 201, 8010 12th Ave., Brooklyn.

At 7:30 p.m., de Blasio will deliver remarks at the National Puerto Rican Day Parade Annual Gala and Banquet, Pier 60, Chelsea Piers, Manhattan.


One West Point cadet was killed, and 20 cadets and two soldier trainers were injured, after a military vehicle overturned en route to a training exercise near the academy, a West Point spokesman said.

The accident occurred near the Camp Natural Bridge, a summer training site for cadets, the academy said. Video from a news helicopter showed the vehicle overturned with its wheels up in a heavily wooded area.

US and Mexican officials continued to negotiate into last night in hopes of reaching a deal on immigration enforcement to avert President Donald Trump’s threatened tariffs on Mexican imports.

…They say they’re making progress on significant changes in asylum rules and border enforcement to forestall the tariffs, but the window is quickly closing.

President Donald Trump ripped Nancy Pelosi and mocked Robert Mueller during an interview from France before the solemn memorial ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

The world’s largest automakers warned Trump that one of his most sweeping deregulatory efforts — his plan to weaken tailpipe pollution standards — threatens to cut their profits and produce “untenable” instability in a crucial manufacturing sector.

Rudy Giuliani suggested yesterday that he would leave Team Trump after finishing “cleanup” from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe — only to reverse course some hours later.

Former Vice President Joe Biden says he now wants to throw out the Hyde Amendment, dropping his long-held support for the measure that blocks federal funds from being used for most abortions amid criticism from his 2020 Democratic rivals.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is plunging $500 million into an effort to close all of the nation’s remaining coal plants by 2030 and put the United States on track toward a 100 percent clean energy economy.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo handicapped for The NY Post a slew of closely watched bills that lawmakers are scrambling to address before they wrap up the legislative session. If his predictions hold up, mobile sports gambling, recreational marijuana and drivers licenses for illegal immigrants are dead on arrival.

In Cuomo’s opinion, the new state Senate Democratic majority is to blame for the lack of action on progressive issues.

New York state Democratic Chairman Jay Jacobs, who was hand-picked by Cuomo, is warning lawmakers not to veer too far to the left — particularly objecting to a measure that would grant driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants.

Cuomo signaled trouble ahead for a hotly anticipated package of rent regulation bills Albany is expected to take up before the legislative session ends in less than two weeks — as an Assembly source griped that members are being kept in the dark about the package’s future.

Even as hopes dim for mobile betting, the state Gaming Commission is expected to approve a new set of rules on Monday to authorize sports bets at four upstate casinos: Resorts World Catskills in Monticello, Rivers Casino in Schenectady, del Lago Casino in Tyre near Rochester and Tioga Downs near Binghamton.

A man under investigation by the New York FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force because he allegedly discussed wanting to set off an explosive device in the city’s iconic Times Square was being questioned early this morning, three law enforcement sources said.

For NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson, a Democrat who is exploring a run for mayor in 2021, the political has always been personal. And with de Blasio’s attention diverted, Johnson, 37, has seized the opportunity to use his personality to bring attention to Council issues — and offer New Yorkers a glimpse of an elected official who seems to genuinely enjoy his job and all its trappings.

NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza showed he isn’t backing down from his support of a controversial anti-bias training campaign, as he addressed a rally that touted the $23 million program.

State Sen. David Carlucci introduced a bill that would require all kids going to New York summer camps prove they’ve received a slew of vaccinations, as the state Legislature desperately tries to curb a growing measles crisis that’s plagued his Rockland County district, as well as Orthodox Jewish sections of Brooklyn.

Joe Calabrese, 58, the veteran NYPD homicide detective who went missing yesterday, sparking a massive manhunt, was found dead of an apparent suicide.

Calabrese’s apparent suicide was the second such case in less than a week – a situation that has shaken the NYPD.

A bill that would require New York residents of all ages to take a boater safety course before operating any kind of motorized craft awaits the governor’s signature.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio plans to ditch his own city’s National Puerto Rican Day Parade this weekend so he can campaign in Iowa as part of his long-shot 2020 presidential campaign.

Transit insiders were not surprised to see NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg quit the MTA Board.

More than 300 employees for Vox Media staged an official walkout, hoping to shut down the site and pressure Vox Media to sign a labor contract with the Vox Media Union.

The casino revenue sharing dispute between the Seneca Nation and New York State took another twist with the Senecas asking a federal court to toss out a recent arbitration award that sided with the state.

While former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort rests his head in a federal prison in Pennsylvania — or, possibly within the next few weeks, the jail complex on Rikers Island — apartment hunters can pick up one of his old pads, a swank SoHo loft, for a cool $3.66 million.

A bill passed this week by the state Senate would require religious and private schools to fingerprint and conduct criminal history searches on potential employees, rules already employed by public schools since 2001.

Allison Mack sold the so-called women’s empowerment group as a “really cool thing” to the struggling young actress, who had just told her she had thoughts of suicide. But it turns out that she had joined a “master/slave” sex club — one she later discovered was led by a man, NXIVM spiritual leader Keith Raniere.

MTA facilities across the city are still relying on ancient, punch-card time-keeping clocks to track worker hours, leaving the door open to potential overtime abuse, the agency’s inspector general said.

The price tag for corporations that commit white-collar crimes in New York could be increasing for the first time in more than 50 years.

In its second major setback in a month, National Grid and Williams Co.’s plan for a substantial new gas pipeline to Long Island and New York City was denied two key permits by New Jersey regulators.

The worst may soon be over for Lake Ontario shoreline residents and businesses who have coped with record-high lake levels this spring.

A West Point cadet who was convicted in 2017 of raping a sleeping classmate has been allowed back into the military academy after a three-judge panel overturned his conviction this week, citing lack of evidence the sex wasn’t consensual.

The New York Police Department officer accused of placing Staten Island resident Eric Garner in a fatal chokehold in 2014 told investigators that he did not use the prohibited maneuver and was “just trying to bring him down to the ground.”

The state Senate passed a package of nine new limousine safety laws designed to protect consumers from catastrophes like the twin tragedies in Schoharie and Cutchogue, Long Island, that together took the lives of 24 people during limo crashes last year and in 2015.

Older New Yorkers, who make up roughly 13 percent of the city’s population, are living longer than ever, according to a new report released from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Jeffrey Elder was a member of the Air Force One crew for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Now, the retired Air Force master sergeant wants Niagara Falls to take flight with him at the helm as mayor of his hometown.

For years, watchdog groups wanted a way to make sure the Buffalo Police Department was following best practices and training officers adequately. They got their wish yesterday.

A woman who along with her boyfriend has been accused of sexually assaulting a hairstylist issued a statement calling the allegations “a final desperate attempt to extort myself and my company.”

Seen a moose lately? The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants to hear about it.

There will be no more babies for April, the 17-year-old giraffe that enthralled viewers worldwide with two livestreamed pregnancies and births. She’s starting contraceptives today and retiring from the park’s breeding program.

The wife of a Fort Drum soldier was dismayed and “freaked” out to find a kidney in her $30 crispy chicken meal from KFC.

With a current top ticket price of $849, “Hamilton” is the costliest show to see on Broadway—by a wide margin. But even that high-priced seat may be a steal, with some ticketing experts saying the show remains underpriced.

Who’s the most famous person from Syracuse? Buffalo? Albany? Rochester? A new “People Map of the US” helps answer that question by showing “the most Wikipedia’d people” in Upstate New York.

Actor Guillermo del Toro was spotted at the iconic Chef’s Restaurant in Buffalo.

Happy National Donut Day! Freebies abound.