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Lake Placid Olympian refused to attend 1936 Games

Lake Placid Olympian refused to attend 1936 Games

Book details Jack Shea's courage.

WEB EXTRA: Larry Sharpe on gun control, Andrew Cuomo

WEB EXTRA: Larry Sharpe on gun control, Andrew Cuomo

Libertarian candidate criticizes governor.

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Lake Placid Olympian refused to attend 1936 Games

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Book details Jack Shea's courage.

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WEB EXTRA: Larry Sharpe on gun control, Andrew Cuomo

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Libertarian candidate criticizes governor.

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WMHT film on Mario Cuomo nominated for Emmy

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Won New York State Broadcasters Award in '17

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Former MSNBC anchor Ratigan running for Congress in NY21

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GOP Rep. Stefanik is incumbent.

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Senate Dems say they'll press harder for new gun laws

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Democrats in the New York state Senate say they will push harder for gun control bills in the wake of the Florida shooting that left 17 dead and are even considering proposing the measures as hostile amendments.

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Gillibrand gets nod from state Democrats to seek re-election

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New York’s junior Senator Kirsten Gillibrand was officially nominated for re-election at a meeting of the State Democratic Party in Albany Friday afternoon, where she said she will serve out her entire six-year term if she wins the race in November.

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This week on NYN: Budget amendments, Howe testimony

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Legislators now on break.

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Early voting supporters pleased with funding added to governor's budget

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Governor Cuomo is putting $7 million dollars into his 30-day budget amendments to fund poll sites for early voting in New York by the 2020 Presidential race.

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GOP Chair asks ethics board to probe actions of Cuomo's former top aide

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The head of the state’s Republican Party has filed a formal complaint with the state’s public ethics commission, alleging that Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his top aide — Joe Percoco, now on trial for bribery — broke the state’s public officers law.

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Bills would better protect sexual assault victims

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Would maintain rape kits for 20 years.

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