The CNN anchor assisted his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has been accused of sexual harassment, by pressing sources for information on the accusers and reporting back to the governor's staff on what he was learning
CNN suspends Chris Cuomo 'indefinitely' over helping brother and ex-NY guv Andrew Cuomo in sex scandal
The news channel said in a statement the suspension of the primetime anchor followed the release of new court documents on Monday revealing how he helped his brother and former governor of New York combat allegations of sexual misconduct
Tina Tchen said she's "spent a career fighting for positive change for women" but was no longer the right person to lead the #MeToo-era organisation
TV Academy strips former New York governor Andrew Cuomo of Emmy following sexual harassment allegations
A day after Andrew Cuomo resigned as New York governor, International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences said it will be taking back the Emmy he won for his primetime pandemic briefings.
Kathy Hochul also faces questions about whether she'll change the culture of governance in New York, following an Andrew Cuomo administration that favoured force over charm
Cuomo has denied the most serious allegations against him and acknowledged Tuesday that his “instinct is to fight”
The three-term governor’s decision was announced as momentum built in the Legislature to remove him by impeachment
The nearly five-month investigation found that the Cuomo administration was a “hostile work environment” and that it was “rife with fear and intimidation"
The current schedule opens 9 October with a recital by tenor Jonas Kaufmann with pianist Helmut Deutsch, and the first full-sized orchestra concert has the New York Philharmonic on 6 January.
From the moment Cuomo’s book came out he was criticized for penning a book touting his performance while the crisis was ongoing. Since then he’s come under more criticism over the involvement of some of his staff in preparing the book for publication.
The run has been held every year since 1970 apart from 2020 and 2012, when it was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo defiant as top lawmakers call on him to quit over sexual harassment charges
On Saturday, two women who worked for Cuomo publicly accused him of inappropriate behaviour, on the heels of other allegations in recent weeks.
New York governor's ex-aide accuses him of sexual harassment; second such allegation against official
The ex-aide told The New York Times that the governor had harassed her late last spring, during the height of the state’s fight against the coronavirus
To limit spread of COVID-19, no more than 50 people per screening will be permitted from 5 March in New York City cinemas.
New York nurse becomes first US citizen to receive COVID-19 vaccine as largest rollout in country's history begins
Frontline nurse Sandra Lindsay was administered the shot developed by Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech, in Long Island Jewish Medical Center, in Queens on Monday.
Democratic convention: Michelle Obama pitches for Joe Biden, says he 'knows what it takes' to lead US out of crisis
In excerpts of her remarks released ahead of her taped speech, Obama said Biden was a "terrific vice-president" during the eight years he served as her husband's No 2
US Open 2020 to be held on scheduled dates without fans after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo gives go ahead
Even with the go-ahead from the state, one significant question remains for the US Open: Which players actually will participate?
George Floyd protests: Curfew imposed, more police personnel deployed in New York City as protesters loot stores across Manhattan
Yet, a curfew and increased police presence could not stop looters to break into retail stores in Manhattan that have been shuttered for over two months due to the shutdown in place because of COVID19.
Wall Street rises on latest Fed rescue program; to buoy local govts, businesses crushed by massive closures
Wall Street's benchmark S&P 500 index posted it best weekly gain since 1974, in a holiday-shortened week, bolstered by early signs that the outbreak was hitting a peak as well as aggressive global stimulus.
'This is our Pearl Harbor': US facing hardest week of fight against coronavirus, says Surgeon-General Jerome Adams
New York, the epicenter of the US coronavirus outbreak, reported on Sunday that for the first time in a week, deaths had fallen slightly from the day before. But there were still nearly 600 new fatalities and more than 7,300 new cases in the state.