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Marist Poll: 59% want Cuomo to resign, or be impeached if...

The pollsters at Marist College in Poughkeepsie were busy last night conducting a poll of New Yorkers in the wake of the report from...

Rob Astorino considering another run for governor

Astorino told the Business Journal that it likely would be several months before he'd declare his candidacy.

ELECTION LATEST: Biden declared winner; Trump remains defiant

Former Vice President Joe Biden has won the presidency and will take the oath of office as the nation's 46th commander-in-chief on Jan. 20. Biden...

Westchester Medical Center in pilot visitor program; County beaches to open

Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla will be among 16 hospitals in New York state participating in a pilot program to allow family members and...

Cuomo questions trade off of economy for human lives; blasts Republican...

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo fired both barrels at the federal government and governors who are in his view reopening their states' economies prematurely. Cuomo...

Poll finds CT voters not eager to embrace ‘Medicare for All’

Most Connecticut voters approved the idea of eliminating student loan debt up to $50,000.

State Sen. Marilyn Moore accuses Mayor Ganim of voter fraud in...

Moore said she would not "stand aside and let the voters of Bridgeport be silenced."

State Rep. Charlie Stallworth to run for mayor of Bridgeport

Stallworth is the third Democrat and the third African-American to announce plans for the Bridgeport mayoralty.

Democrats to hold primary election for Esty’s seat

Former Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman faces 2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes in an August primary election.

Danbury mayor, former Diageo executive VP enter race for governor

This is Mark Boughton's third attempt to win statewide office and Guy Smith's first attempt at elected office.

Republicans outtally Democrats in income numbers

Financial disclosure forms show Albany Republicans earned more than their Democratic colleagues in 2012, though a Westchester Democrat had the top-earning household.

Promoters clamoring to bring MMA to New York

While mixed martial arts isn’t a done deal in Connecticut until Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signs the bill into law, several of the sport’s leading promoters were already beginning to ratchet up lobbying efforts in New York.

New Rochelle mayor gets county Dems’ nod

New Rochelle mayor Noam Bramson is the Democratic nominee for county executive.

Assembly votes to increase minimum wage

The New York State Assembly overwhelmingly approved a bill that would increase the minimum wage to $9 an hour.

Business community, nonprofits react to county budget

Republican legislators were joined by two Democratic legislators in passing the 2013 county budget Dec.7, after a walkout by eight legislators.