Andrew Cuomo is mad online. After widespread criticism of New York’s package of giveaways to bring Amazon’s new headquarters to Queens, which will provide $2.8 billion in “incentives” to the giant corporation, the governor of New York had nothing better to do than to log on to Medium dot com to defend the deal. It is…
Could you leave your conventional career behind in order to pursue your dreams? In this episode of Undercurrent, we profile Ming, who goes by the “Sax of Shaolin” when he performs in New York City’s subway system.
With midterms bearing down, the racism levels are being ratcheted up in campaigns across the nation. Somehow, this ad against Antonio Delgado—a Democrat and Rhodes Scholar running in upstate New York whom Republicans have dubbed a “big city rapper”—tops just about everything else out there.
Here’s some old news made new again: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is a shady guy.
Several members of the extremist hate group Proud Boys kicked and pummeled a small group of antifascist protesters Friday night outside an Upper East Side Manhattan club where Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes had delivered a speech.
The Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency has made it a point to arrest people when they drop off their kids at school, at hospitals, and when they’re just trying to get their wallets back. One of its major targets has been court buildings, an issue which the New York City Democratic Socialists of America and…
Investigators are piecing together the details of a terrifying two-vehicle crash involving an SUV-style limousine and another unidentified vehicle that left 20 people dead in upstate New York.
CBS Corporation is facing an investigation by New York state and city authorities over several sexual misconduct allegations against former CEO Leslie Moonves. The investigation also will look at workplace conditions at the company, Variety and other media outlets have reported.
I mean, of course I didn’t expect Gov. Andrew Cuomo—creature of the Democratic Party’s own swamps, who couldn’t conceal his annoyance at having to respond to a challenger from an actual progress—to gracefully declare victory.
Democratic Socialists of America member and community organizer Julia Salazar has defeated longtime incumbent Martin Dilan by double-digits to win the Democratic primary New York’s 18th Senate District.
Few things other than a Cynthia Nixon victory tonight could give me more joy than this: CARDI B HAS SPOKEN AND SHE STANS FOR NIXON!!!!! QUEEN RECOGNIZE QUEEN!!!!!!
After setting the world on fire by declaring that ACTUALLY, she simply couldn’t bring herself to vote for progressive upstart Cynthia Nixon over New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the primary, Amy Schumer posted Thursday afternoon that she voted for Nixon after all. It worked, folks!!!!
The New York state primary is tomorrow, and allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo continue to surface. Just earlier today, the New York Post released what they called a “smoking gun” email alleging that people in Cuomo’s camp had asked reporters to write about debunked claims that challenger Cynthia Nixon was…
It seems the days of New York City cops getting in on the illegal sex work protection business, as depicted in HBO’s The Deuce, aren’t as far behind us as we thought. Today, seven police officers were arrested for running a gambling and prostitution ring in Brooklyn and Queens, according to the New York Times. The…
Even though New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has consistently led the race against challenger Cynthia Nixon by a double-digit margin, his campaign reportedly tried to plant a story accusing Nixon of anti-Semitism ahead of a weekend mailing by the New York Democratic Party that leveled similar charges.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration appears to have offered the contractor working on the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge incentives to finish the bridge before the New York Democratic primary, according to documents first reported by the New York Times .
Three days before New York’s primary, a millionaire real estate tycoon has spent big to help Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney in his race against Zephyr Teachout to secure the Democratic nomination for attorney general, according to Sludge.
If you’re a politician running for an office that would make New York City residents your constituents, you do a photo op riding the subway. It’s a rule that apparently doesn’t extend to Governor Andrew Cuomo, who’s not going to be caught DEAD riding the subway with you plebeians, according to a Politico New York…
Less than a week ago, the New York Times endorsed incumbent governor Andrew Cuomo in his reelection campaign ahead of his primary against progressive challenger Cynthia Nixon. Now, they’ve put out another Editorial Board op-ed condemning him for aggressive smears against her campaign.