A hospital reform task force appointed by Andrew Cuomo said that the state should exert more control over hospitals management and that hospitals should be open to investment by private, for profit companies.
Andrew Cuomo said he is still considering bring lawmakers back for a special session to deal with a growing deficit problem.
The CUNY board of trustees approved a tuition increase over the raucous objections of student protesters.
A former girlfriend of Larry Seabrook’s said that when he recommended her for consulting work she had to fork over half of her pay to him.
Christine Quinn and the City Council are suing Mayor Bloomberg over his homeless policy, marking a rare dispute between the Speaker and the administration.
Eric Schneiderman’s office redrafted their defense to the Department of Justice in a lawsuit that mandates the state moving their primary date.
A John Liu audit found that the city is failing to properly collect hotel taxes.
Michael Powell points out that the Queens Democratic Party machine isn’t worried about their electoral losses since they still control the Surrogate Court, the source of their patronage power and money.
Nassau Democrats have picked the former head of the county Democratic Party to challenge Kemp Hannon.
School safety agents arrest, on average, one student per day.
A Brooklyn district court judge rejected a $230 million settlement between the SEC and Citi.
John Mancuso is the candidate to run against Staten Island Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis.
The kitchen staff at the governor’s mansion couldn’t pull off Matilda Cuomo’s stuffing recipe for Thanksgiving.
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