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Exclusive: Andrew Cuomo discusses 2010 redemption

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Governor Andrew Cuomo agreed to a rare sit-down television interview for the upcoming WMHT film on his father titled "Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose."

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Exclusive: Andrew Cuomo discusses 2010 redemption

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Governor Andrew Cuomo agreed to a rare sit-down television interview for the upcoming WMHT film on his father titled "Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose."

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Kermit Roosevelt discusses "Allegiance"

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The civil rights violations that occurred during World War II weren't just limited to Nazi Germany. They happened here too.

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Revisiting the Attica uprising

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It was 45 years ago this month that the state and nation's attention was captured by the prison uprising in the small Western New York town of Attica.

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Flashback: Pataki's 1984 Assembly run

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Summertime marks a good opportunity to dig deep into our archives and this week we unearthed a gem that hasn't seen the light of day in 32 years.

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Presidents' Week Throwback: Reagan's Southern Tier Rally

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In honor of Presidents week, we decided to dig deep into the archives.

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African-American guide book goes digital

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Throughout the first half of the 20th century, African-Americans began moving out of the south to cities in northern states like New York in search of a better life, a period known as the Great Migration.

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A look back at Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate run

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This coming Monday's Iowa Caucus marks the official start of the presidential sweepstakes.

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Former Chief Judge Judith Kaye dies

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Judith Kaye, the first woman to serve on the state's highest court and the first to become Chief Judge, died Thursday at the age of 77.

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Authors Discuss Catskills History, Japanese Internment Camps

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This week on New York NOW we have two interviews on some of the more compelling moments in our country's history.

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