Chris Cuomo, who is suing CNN over his dismissal last December, will host a new primetime show on cable network NewsNation.
A 43-year-old man from Fairport, New York, has been charged with attempted assault after the Republican candidate for governor was attacked on Thursday.
The report states that the New York Department of Health underreported the number of deaths in nursing homes by at least 4,100.
Cuomo decried "cancel culture" and said "God isn't finished with me yet" while giving remarks at a Brooklyn church over the weekend.
"The bottom line is [Cuomo] wants redemption," James said. "But I can't give him redemption. Only God can give him redemption."
The former governor's spokesperson told Newsweek that advertisements have been produced, but a decision about what will run has not yet been made.
The former governor has won some legal victories since resigning, but many have criticized state law for not holding "offenders accountable."
As the dust settles, here's how the fallout from the Andrew Cuomo story engulfed the network.
A district attorney in the state said he believed the accusation but that it did not provide a sufficient legal basis to bring charges.
The decision to drop the case comes after prosecutors filed a motion to dismiss it due to lack of evidence.
Approval was given to Caesars Sportsbook, DraftKings, Fanduel and Rush Street Interactive, while another five betting sites are working to meet requirements.
The meeting will determine whether the harassment claim filed by former aide Brittany Commisso will be dismissed.
Brittany Commisso released a statement expressing disappointment in the district attorney choosing not to move forward with her case against Andrew Cuomo.
On Tuesday, Albany County District Attorney David Soares announced his office would drop the forcible touching complaint against Cuomo.
She proposed setting two-term limits for the state's governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and comptroller.
The former governor has been under scrutiny since New York Attorney Letitia James reported his office undercounted nursing home deaths.
A district attorney said two allegations against Andrew Cuomo were "credible," but could not be pursued due to New York laws' "statutory limits."
Though Nassau County's acting DA called the state trooper's allegations "credible" and "troubling," she said they were not criminal under New York law.
The New York AG's office told the state's Joint Commission on Public Ethics that it needs to take more steps before it can order Cuomo to return the book money.
In an 11-2 vote, the Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) passed a resolution requiring Cuomo to repay the sales profits he earned from his 2020 book.
James's departure as the most formidable opponent to Governor Kathy Hochul has opened up the slot for a second-place favorite.
This report comes as New York State Attorney General Letitia James announced she intends to end her bid for governor and will focus on ongoing investigations.
Joe Rogan shared his no-holds-barred opinion of CNN as he discussed anchor Chris Cuomo's recent dismissal from the network.
Cuomo's book "Deep Denial" was set to be published by HarperCollins in fall 2022.
Chris Cuomo, who was fired from CNN on Saturday, promised listeners that he would be "back in touch with you all in the future."
Attorney Debra Katz said her client was "disgusted" by what she called the anchor's hypocrisy for his remarks on allegations facing his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
"[Cuomo] fully stands by his on-air statements about his connections to these issues, both professionally and in a profound personal way."
Cuomo allegedly used his position at CNN to find information about his brother's accusers.