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17 min ago | The Post-Standard
Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney declined late last week to say who she would endorse in this year's governor's race.
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3 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo began the year making headlines by being the only voice in Albany talking sense to Bill de Blasio .
5 hrs ago | Washington Times
New York state is getting into the tour bus business, with plans to launch bus service from New York City to 13 upstate ski areas and from Toronto to six others.
9 hrs ago | Your News Now
Officials in New York State say it's time for individuals to be more prepared for natural disasters.
13 hrs ago | The Island Packet
The Seneca Indian Nation, which operates three casinos in Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Salamanca under a 2002 compact with the state, bought 32 acres outside Rochester last week for a potential fourth location.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and first lady Chirlane McCray will be joining Rev. Al Sharpton today at his National Action Network in Harlem to rally for universal pre-K.
The state Senate is co-controlled by Republicans who are dead set against many aspects of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's ethics reform proposals - especially his desire to see public financing of elections.
African-Americans, Latinos and Asians accounted for 29 percent of votes cast during the 2010 elections in New York state.
Col. Deskins played key role in 9/11 military air response and will lead sexual assault prevention program for nation's Air National Guard.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is quietly positioning himself as a social liberal and fiscal centrist as he awaits Hillary Clinton's decision on whether to run for president.
The debate over charter schools is heating up again between New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, with each trying to muscle his way into the spotlight over education reform in the state.
It's been merely a month since Congress passed a putatively slimmer $1 trillion farm bill, and, surprise, Democrats have already wiped out most of its speculative $800 million in savings this year by gaming new food-stamp eligibility rules.
Eight SUNY-connected schools have been approved by the state to market their campuses under Gov. Andrew Cuomo's START-UP New York program, a story in Friday's Times Union says.
Sand replenishment and beach stabilization will safeguard emergency repairs completed immediately after Sandy and help rebuild New York for a new reality.
Assembly Member Michael DenDekker, with fellow members Nily Rozic, Richard Gottfried, and Jim Brennan behind him, speaks at Sunday's rally against Governor Cuomo's proposed transit raid.
"While the state's new Common Core curriculum is moving in the right direction, testing on it is premature," says Cuomo in the ad.