Upstate New York’s three biggest cities have all been named among the worst places to live in the United States.
The Manhattan attorney hired by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office to review state procedures in the aftermath of subpoenas related to the Buffalo Billion project has identified “systemic problems” in the state’s handling of $49 million in bills.
Investigators probing New York’s economic development initiatives have collected banking, telephone and email records from a wider array of aides to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and administration associates than previously disclosed.
In a blog post, the NRCC called Cuomo’s effort to take back the House “an ambitious goal after his former campaign manager/best friend was caught using Sopranos code words like ‘boxes of ziti’ for ‘money’ while orchestrating pay-to-play schemes in Read More …
The sweeping federal investigation into upstate development deals included the use of subpoenas and search warrants to gather the banking, email and phone records of a number of close aides to Gov. Andrew Cuomo who are not facing charges in Read More …
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s government and political associates continue to avoid answering questions about connections between his 2014 campaign and a federal complaint facing political operative G. Steven Pigeon.
Generous terms allowed LPCiminelli to obtain reimbursements beyond what most contractors permitted.
Former top gubernatorial aide Joe Percoco is seeking to have the federal case against a number of current co-defendants severed from his own upcoming criminal trial, with his lawyer arguing that he had nothing to do with charges faced by Read More …
The head of the Port Authority police union says Governor Andrew Cuomo is treating the state police as his own private army.
The new secretary to the governor “is in a minefield of potential conflicts of interest,” said John Kaehny, director of government transparency advocacy group Reinvent Albany.