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Trump 'does not have the authority' to open schools -Cuomo
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New York Attorney General Stops Donations to Black Lives Matter Foundation
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US attorney would like Duke of York to give statement on Epstein
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MythBusters' Adam Savage Faces Shocking Accusation By Family Member
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Cuomo to Trump: 'Admit you were wrong'
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New York Tri-State Area to Impose Quarantine on Travellers From COVID-19 Hotspots
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U.S. Northeast governors order some visitors to quarantine or face $1,000 fine
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Cuomo Signs Executive Order Making Juneteenth a Holiday for State Employees
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2020 US Open to Proceed Without Spectators in NYC
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ATP and WTA Tours announce August resumption
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Cuomo: Federal government 'making a historic mistake' with COVID-19
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New York Attorney General Wants More Restrictions On Contact Tracing Apps
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Amid social distancing violations, Cuomo urges local leaders 'do your job'
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NY Governor Cuomo Signs 'Aggressive' Package of Police Reform Bills
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Trump delivers commencement address at West Point academy
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Black Lives Matter mural painted outside NY courtsTeams of painters and artists gathered for a second day on Thursday to paint a "Black Lives Matter" mural in the middle of a street that passes federal buildings in lower Manhattan. (July 2)
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Cuomo calls on Trump to issue order on masksNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling on President Donald Trump to issue an executive order making wearing masks mandatory nationwide. Cuomo made the comments Monday, as the number of virus cases in..
8 more states, including California, could be added to NY quarantine travel orderA USA TODAY Network analysis of data shows 48% of the country could be affected by the travel order by the end of Tuesday.
Designer of 'I Love NY' logo, dies at 91Milton Glaser, the groundbreaking graphic designer who adorned Bob Dylan's silhouette with psychedelic hair and summed up the feelings for his native New York with "I (HEART) NY," died Friday, his 91st..
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Trump Family Will Ask Second Court to Stop Publication of Tell-All BookA Queens County, N.Y., judge said his court lacked jurisdiction in the case.
Travelers to NY, New Jersey, Conn. told to isolateNew York, Connecticut and New Jersey will require visitors from states with high infection rates of the coronavirus to quarantine for 14 days, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. (June 24)
NY, NJ, CT direct out-of-state travelers to quarantine because of COVID-19After containing coronavirus infection rates, the governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut require visitors from new hot spots to quarantine.
Democrat challenges veteran NY congressman EngelThe co-founder of a Bronx middle school is challenging veteran Democratic Congress member Rep. Eliot Engel as New Yorkers cast their votes in a pandemic-disrupted primary. (June 23)
Cuomo slams federal government for coronavirus responseNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday slammed the federal government's handling of the coronavirus epidemic and said he was considering a quarantine for travelers from Florida due to fears they..
Cuomo declares Juneteenth NY state holidayNew York's governor signed an executive order Wednesday recognizing Juneteenth as a paid holiday for state employees to commemorate the emancipation of slaves in the U.S. (June 17)
From California to New York, Latinos are responding to 2020 Census at a slower rate than US average, data showsMore than 60% of the U.S. has responded to the 2020 Census. Areas with large Latino populations are moving at a slower rate, though, data shows.
US Open confirmed to go ahead behind closed doorsThe US Open will go ahead as scheduled in late August behind closed doors, New York governor Andrew Cuomo has confirmed. The hard-court Grand Slam is set to be held at Flushing...
US Open to be held behind closed doors after New York governor gives go-aheadThe US Open can take place without fans from 31 August to 13 September, says governor of New York Andrew Cuomo.
After crowded NY bar scenes, Cuomo urges tighter enforcement of coronavirus rulesScenes of merrymakers gathering outside bars prompted the governor of New York, the state hardest hit along with New Jersey by the coronavirus pandemic, to urge local officials and businesses on Monday..
Rent relief? This U.S. city is looking to cancel rent for tenants hit hard by COVID-19 pandemicIthaca, New York wants to cancel rent payments due to COVID-19. It's believed to be the first U.S. city to approve a resolution to seek rent relief.
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New York's Cuomo links municipal funding to police reforms to fight racismNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday said he would end funding for local governments that fail to adopt reforms addressing excess use of force and bias in their police departments by April 2021.
ER doc is cautiously optimistic about NY reopeningWhile the city that never sleeps has begun to come out of its pandemic slumber, doctors watch anxiously hoping the desire to return to normal won't cause a second wave of the virus. (June 11)
Buffalo bars riot unit from peaceful protests after injury to 75-year-oldThe mayor of Buffalo, New York, on Wednesday ordered that a new police unit without military gear and trained in civil rights handle peaceful demonstrations after a riot unit was involved in the injury..
New York legislature votes to scrap police discipline secrecy lawNew York lawmakers voted on Tuesday to repeal a decades-old law that shields police officers' disciplinary records from the public. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has said he will sign the bill into..
New York's Cuomo 'disgusted' at Trump claim protester 'fell harder than was pushed'New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday he was "disgusted" by U.S. President Donald Trump's claim that a 75-year-old man seen in video being pushed by a Buffalo police officer during a protest..
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Package of police reforms advances in New York legislatureA sweeping package of police reform measures has started to move toward passage by the New York state legislature in the wake of the historic wave of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in..
Cuomo says New York set to overhaul criminal justice practices following protestsAfter days of protests over racial injustice triggered by the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday said state lawmakers were set to enact a criminal..
Live Coronavirus Updates: New York ReopensNew York City tentatively starts to reopen, 100 days after its first case. U.S. air travel is picking up, fueled by vacationers.
George Floyd: New York and Washington see security easeTrump pulls the National Guard from Washington and NY ends its curfew amid calm George Floyd protests.
75-year-old man pushed to ground by Buffalo police 'comes from a peace tradition'Gugino — 75 of Amherst, New York, — tried to bring the community together and stand in quiet solidarity for peace, friends and his lawyer said Friday.
Buffalo police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspension: reportsAll 57 members of a police tactical unit in Buffalo, New York, have resigned from that team to protest the suspension of two colleagues who were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground, local..
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Police officers suspended after video shows them shoving 75-year-oldA 75-year-old man suffered a head injury and is in 'stable but serious condition' after he was shoved by police during a protest in Buffalo, New York.
75-year-old man shoved to ground by Buffalo police is 'alert and oriented'; officers suspendedAn official said a man that Buffalo, New York, police shoved to the ground is "alert and oriented" Friday morning. Two officers have been suspended.
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New York's Cuomo, concerned about COVID-19 spread, asks protesters to get testedNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said several days and nights of demonstrations in the state after the killing of George Floyd could accelerate the spread of the coronavirus, and urged..
America's curfews: controversial, but are they effective?Shares Violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody led several US cities to impose curfews, but do they help maintain order or merely further antagonize demonstrators? The..