A bill gaining bipartisan support would revert Mario M. Cuomo Bridge back to its original name.
Andrew Cuomo Got an Emmy for Literally Just Showing Up
The New York governor receiving the Founders Award for his COVID-19 press briefings marks a new nadir in politics as style over actual results.
New York Will Honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg With a Statue in Brooklyn
The governor will appoint a commission to select an artist and choose a location for the statue of the Brooklyn-born Supreme Court justice.
A List of Reopening Dates for NYC Museums
Plan your visit to see art in person again with our growing list of reopening dates at major New York City institutions.
New York Governor Cuomo’s COVID-19 “Mountain” Sculpture Is as Bad as It Sounds
“This is the mountain that New Yorkers climbed,” Cuomo said of the styrofoam sculpture, which people have likened to Jabba the Hutt.
The Contentious History of NYC’s Columbus Monuments
In New York City, thousands are calling for the removal of Christopher Columbus statues, which can be found in Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, and Brooklyn.
Governor Cuomo’s Bizarre Poster Illustrates His Vision of New York State in 2020
A new image, conceived by the New York State Governor, is a mess.
NYC Mayor De Blasio and Governor Cuomo Face Off Over Mother Cabrini Statue
The rivalry between the political opponents was cemented after Cuomo announced he would bypass the mayor and fund the polarizing Mother Cabrini statue with state money.
Artist Nan Goldin Arrested in Protest Outside Governor Cuomo’s Office in NYC
The activists are calling on the governor to establish overdose prevention centers to combat the growing opioid epidemic.
Nan Goldin and Drug Policy Activists Protest NY Governor Cuomo’s Inaction
Protesters marched outside the governor’s office near Grand Central Station, carrying a mock overdose prevention center to urge approval of the five pilot prevention centers promised during Cuomo’s election campaign.
Governor Tosses Rule Radically Limiting Books in New York State Prisons
The new directive would not only have drastically restricted the number of books available to inmates, but also prohibited them from receiving warm clothes like hoodies and any fresh produce.