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Brad Hoylman Thanks Miley Cyrus For Help With State Budget

Sen. Hoylman credited Miley Cyrus with securing state funding for homeless youth.

Williamsburg »

De Blasio Continues Push to Make Mayoral School Control Permanent

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for a renewal of mayoral educational control for three years.

Greenwich Village »

Miley Cyrus Tells Gov. Cuomo to Approve Brad Hoylman's Budget Proposal

The controversial pop star wants the state to put funding for youth shelter beds in this year's budget.

Civic Center »

Voters Believe Cuomo and De Blasio Feud is Real and Bad for City and State

De Blasio and Cuomo deny there is a feud despite evidence pointing to the contrary.

Midtown »

Lawmakers Required to Disclose Outside Income Over $1,000 Under Ethics Plan

Ethics reforms proposed by the governor still need approval from the state senate.

Civic Center »

Voters Trust Teachers' Unions Over Cuomo on Education, Poll Says

Cuomo's poll numbers decline due to his education policies, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.

Midtown »

Cuomo to Lead First Official State Delegation to Cuba in April

The governor is billing the journey as a chance to open business opportunities for New York state.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Asks Albany for Permanent Control of Schools, $300M for NYCHA

The mayor also criticized some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget plans.

Lower East Side »

READ THE INDICTMENT: Sheldon Silver May Have to Give Up Apartment, Pension

A federal grand jury returned an indictment against Sheldon Silver Thursday afternoon.

Grant City »

NY Chief Judge Proposes Law to Make Some Grand Jury Records Public

Judges should have more of a role when defendants are police officers,  Judge Jonathan Lippman said.

Port Morris »

Tax Exemption Could Spur More Wine, Beer and Cider Tastings

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing eliminating the 'tasting tax' in his upcoming budget.

Williamsbridge »

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie Dodged Jury Duty for Years, Officials Say

Heastie received seven jury duty postponements from 2005 to 2008, three times the normal amount.

Gramercy »

Cuomo Calls Minimum Wage Plan a 'Non-Starter' in Latest Salvo Against Mayor

It's not the first time Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have clashed on major policy. 

Pelham Gardens »

Heastie Replaces Silver as Speaker, But Observers Fear More of the Same

Carl Heastie of The Bronx was elected Assembly Speaker Tuesday.

Greenwich Village »

Gov. Cuomo Vows He Won't Sign Budget If Ethics Reforms Don't Pass

The governor said he would not approve a state budget that does not include his five-point ethics plan.