Following Tuesday’s federal indictments of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former top aide Joe Percoco, ex-SUNY Polytechnic Institute CEO and President Alain Kaloyeros and six businessmen, it seems like a good time to look back over the decades of personal and political Read More …
“This case will come down to Joe’s choice between the governor and his wife,” a legal source told Politico.
A federal grand jury handed up a 14-count indictment on Tuesday against Joe Percoco and Alain Kaloyeros, formalizing charges against members of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s inner circle that have cast a shadow over state politics for the last two months.
The Manhattan U.S. Attorney says former top aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Joe Percoco, the former head of SUNY Polytechnic Institute Alain Kaloyeros, three executives with Buffalo developer LPCiminelli and three others were involved in bid-rigging and pay-to-play schemes across Read More …
Indictments are due by Wednesday in an economic development corruption scandal involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s former top aide and other former associates.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara says the way LPCiminelli won the contract to build the SolarCity factory in Buffalo was criminal. The deal-making behind another Buffalo Billion project that LPCiminelli had previously landed, to build space for biotech company Albany Molecular Read More …
Disgraced lobbyist received $292,000 from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse
It’s about as insane, actually, as considering Chris Christie a viable candidate after Bridgegate.
An explosive story published by the Times Union over the weekend must have had Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) burning up the phone lines with his lawyers all weekend.