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1982 Democratic primary: Koch-Cuomo III

1982 Democratic primary: Koch-Cuomo III

A look at the 1982 Democratic primary for governor of New York.

Several New York pols found on unclaimed funds list

Several New York pols found on unclaimed funds list

Cuomo family, Attorney General, and members of Congress all have "lost" money.

Boreas Ponds Debate Continues

Boreas Ponds Debate Continues

Should land be classified as "wild forest" or "wilderness?"

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Cuomo says he talked to prosecutors voluntarily in corruption case involving former top aide and others

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Governor Cuomo says he has spoken to federal prosecutors regarding the prosecution of his former top aide and eight others involved in an economic development scandal.

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Cuomo gives out over $700 million in grants

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Governor Cuomo handed out over $700 million dollars in Regional Economic Development awards in Albany Thursday.

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Governor speaks on special session, Percoco corruption charges

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Andrew Cuomo reveals he spoke with federal prosecutors about indicted former aide.

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Repealing Obamacare would have big financial consequences for New York

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President-elect Donald Trump has promised to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and replace it with something else. While no one really knows what that means, one healthcare analyst with a prominent Albany think tank says New York could be billions of dollars in the hole as a result.

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Nuclear power plant deal draws ire from both ends of the political spectrum

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A long-term energy plan by the Cuomo Administration that includes a nearly $8 billion dollar subsidy to two upstate nuclear power plants is being challenged from both ends of the political spectrum, and a lawsuit has been filed to try to stop the deal.

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No deal yet on special session

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Governor Cuomo and state lawmakers are still trying to put together a special session before the end of the year that could include a pay raise.

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Attorney General recommends fix to restrictive voting laws

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The state’s Attorney General has released a package of bills aimed at improving what he says is the state’s “arcane” and “ridiculous” voting laws that bar many potential voters from the ballot box.

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Potential special session discussed

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State lawmakers are considering whether to have a special session this month to vote on, among other things, a pay raise.

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Poll finds more acceptance of Trump among New Yorkers

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New Yorkers are evenly split on whether President Donald Trump will be good or bad for the state, according to a new poll.

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Boreas Ponds debate continues

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Should land be classified as "wild forest" or "wilderness?"

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