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"Look-back" window opens soon for sexual abuse survivors

"Look-back" window opens soon for sexual abuse survivors

On Aug. 14 a one-year, one-time-only period allow individuals to seek civil action

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Lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobiling trails continues

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FDR: The Last 100 Days

FDR: The Last 100 Days

This week on New York NOW we welcome in author David Woolner to discuss his fascinating book on Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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GOP Senate candidate urges action on fracking

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The Republican Senate candidate challenging Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Wendy Long, is urging swift action on hydrofracking in New York.

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State Comptroller predicts Wall Street profits up in volatile economic climate

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Profits on Wall Street are going to be up this year, according to a new report from the State Comptroller, but are still below their pre-recession highs.

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Anti-fracking health experts question Cuomo administration's health study

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A group of public health experts are questioning whether Governor Cuomo’s health officials can do a credible job reviewing a health study on fracking, saying independent reviewers would be a better choice.

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Trio of Albany institutions teams up on biomedical research

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A trio of top research institutions in the Albany area have announced that they're teaming up to collaborate on biomedical science.

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Cuomo denies deliberate fracking delays

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Governor Cuomo says he’s not backing away from fracking, despite two delays announced recently by his environmental agency.

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More questions on new Cuomo administration fracking delay

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The Cuomo Administration has announced two developments that could delay the start of hydro fracking in New York, and is leaving supporters and opponents with many unanswered questions.

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Saland's close victory, what the primary results could mean

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Senator Steve Saland on supporting same-sex marriage and his near loss in the primaries.

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Pro-gay marriage GOP Senator drops out of race

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The Republican State Senator who lost a primary after voting for gay marriage is dropping out of the race.

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Cuomo says health study could speed up fracking approval process

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Governor Cuomo says he supports his Administration’s internal health review on hydrofracking in New York, and he says it could even hasten the gas drilling process in the state, should fracking ultimately be approved.

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Program preps kindergarteners for school

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School-readiness program in Chemung County proves early intervention is a key to success.

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