Ron Kim made headlines for publicly criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo. The state assemblyman on pandemic recovery, the economic divide and his legislative priorities for New York.
Bill de Blasio's latest announcement follows one by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announcing bar seating in New York City will resume on May 3.
The refusal comes after Cuomo's office came under fire in recent months over accusations that they under-reported the total amount of coronavirus nursing home deaths that occurred last year.
The Siena College Research Institute found that 44 percent of registered voters in the Empire State think their governor has committed sexual harassment, while 22 percent think he hasn't.
Cuomo's donors must do the right thing and publicly pledge that they will no longer support this abusive, corrupt, and morally bankrupt governor.
The Republican senator from Texas attacked the New York governor and his CNN anchor brother on Twitter.
"New York, don't let this become our brand," the former Cuomo aide tweeted Saturday, along with an image of the display that appeared to be a jab against the governor.
The video shared to the Staten Island bar's Facebook page shows one of the owners ripping up summonses and questioning deputies.
The woman claimed Cuomo groped her in a sexually aggressive manner at the governor's mansion in Albany.
"I believe I can win the race...I think I'm the right candidate, and this is the right time to help change New York State, and we've got a playbook that works," Giuliani said.
Governor Andrew Cuomo legalized marijuana on Wednesday, but there are restrictions on where a person can smoke.
"She has decided to break her silence and overcome her fear," Sherry Vill's attorney, Gloria Allred, said during a press conference.
New York State Assemblyman Carl Heastie told the New York Times on Thursday that judiciary committee members are "paying attention" to all allegations that have surfaced involving Governor Cuomo.
Cuomo called for stronger gun control measures following two recent mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado.
The embattled governor has faced calls to resign from his own party but has refused to step down.
The network said Cuomo had acted in a way "any human being would" after accusations of special treatment.
The poll, conducted by The Economist/YouGov, found 25 percent of Democrats across the U.S. say the New York governor should not resign.
The governor's ex-aide reiterated calls for his immediate removal from office during an event in New York City on Saturday.
Although 61 percent of New York Democrats do not want Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign amid mounting sexual harassment allegations and criticism of his handling of nursing homes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, 57 percent say that it will be "time for someone new" in 2022.
Alyssa McGrath, a current aide to Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, is the ninth woman to allege sexual harassment from the governor in recent weeks.
More New Yorkers want the Democratic governor to resign now than they did two weeks ago, according to Quinnipiac University pollsters.
The call for an investigation into COVID-19 deaths at group homes comes after heavy criticism of Cuomo for underreporting COVID-19 deaths at nursing homes, which the governor claimed was necessary to avoid being targeted by the administration of former President Donald Trump.
"We're still following the mandates and orders from a governor who should be locked in jail," Daniel Presti, the co-owner of Staten Island pub Mac's Public House. "Why is this happening?"
Hinton described an alleged incident inside a Los Angeles hotel room in December 2000.
24 percent believe he is not guilty and 41 percent are undecided, according to a poll released Monday.
The pastor previously questioned whether Meghan Markle's allegations about the royal family were part of an attention-grabbing scheme.
Overall, a majority—52 percent—of registered voters polled said they'd rather someone else be elected governor next year.
The president said he wants to see what a probe into the New York governor "brings us" when asked whether Andrew Cuomo should resign from his position.
"He should resign right now because he's holding up our effort to fight COVID," said the New York City mayor of his state's governor.