Governor Cuomo shows a slide of his brother, Chris Cuomo, reporting from his basement after being diagnosed with the coronavirus.
New York State
This crisis is deepening New York’s disparity between rich and poor.
Hospital employees and funeral service employees transfer a body from a temporary mobile morgue, put in place due to lack of space at the hospital, into a funeral home vehicle outside of the Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn.
New York State
After several lawmakers and politicians called upon the city and state government to release the racial demographics of COVID-19 patients, they have agreed to do so
Senator Bernie Sanders and Governor Cuomo in 2017.
Campaigns & Elections
With U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ exit, the state has the power to cancel the Democratic primary.
Assembly Member Richard Gottfried (second from left) and State Senator Gustavo Rivera (third from left) at the Healthy NY City & State event last year.
News & Politics
State health committee chairs blast White House response, state Medicaid cuts.
Governor Cuomo with U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Mustin on March 30th.
New York State
Current and former officials drop what they’re doing and join the battle.
Governor Cuomo on a video call with his brother Chris Cuomo who has the coronavirus.
New York State
A growing number of local politicians have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Governor Cuomo announcing the completion of the temporary hospital at the Javits Center.
New York State
New York now has the most cases. Here’s a look at other key figures in the state.
Mayor de Blasio during a press availability on April 5th.
New York City
Citywide leaders say little about cuts to hospitals, flat school aid and increased costs.
Medical professionals in protective suits wait to take information from people at the drive-through COVID-19 mobile testing center in New Rochelle, New York on March 13, 2020.
New York State
Fewer tests are coming back positive in the county, but it’s too early to tell if that will continue.
The state Senate met with a limited number of Senators on March 18th.
New York State
Lawmakers in Albany have authorized remote voting, but the Legislature has yet to really take advantage of the practice.