"The bottom line is [Cuomo] wants redemption," James said. "But I can't give him redemption. Only God can give him redemption."
A man who put a New York woman in critical condition after a violent robbery was arrested and charged.
In the fall, nearly 75 percent of the nation's top 500 districts required masks in schools. This week, that figure has fallen more than 25 percent.
"At the end of this week, we will evaluate the numbers and make a final announcement on Friday," said NYC Mayor Eric Adams.
Canada and the European Union moved to ban Russian planes from using their airspace on Sunday.
The lucky winner previously won $10 million on another scratch-off ticket in 2019.
The former governor's spokesperson told Newsweek that advertisements have been produced, but a decision about what will run has not yet been made.
Due to COVID concerns, the marathon went virtual in 2020 and was reduced to just over 25,000 runners in 2021.
A 74-year-old New York man pleaded guilty to sending dozens of threatening letters to LGBTQ organizations and businesses over the last several years.
The investigation's fate has been looking uncertain as investigators' presentation of evidence before the grand jury has been paused for about a month.
One female also managed to store sperm for at least four years and then successfully reproduce from it.
The latest polls from New York and California—states the president won with ease in 2020—are bad news for Democrats ahead of the midterm elections.
The Trump family has been ordered to answer questions under oath in a New York investigation into its business practices.
Meanwhile, some other cities have relaxed their COVID rules due to a decline in cases.
A Starbucks spokesperson told Newsweek she had "not been fired" and we are "continuing to have conversations with her."
This is not the first time the New York congresswoman's previous career has been brought up during the pair's long-running feud.
"When I cut my availability back to reflect [a] new job, I was told I 'no longer met the needs of business,'" Cassie Fleischer said.
The former president's comments come after his longtime accounting firm dropped him as a client this month.
"It's not coming quickly enough but Justice is coming," the former U.S. Army prosecutor said Saturday.
Rafaela Rivera said she chased and caught a man who allegedly punched her son in the head in New York City.
Erick Salgado says his views have changed over the years and vowed to support all immigrants in New York City.
The chaotic atmosphere has become an internet joke as photos show trains being turned into makeshift bedrooms, restaurants, and animal shelters.
"He's between a rock and a hard place," a former federal prosecutor said about the ex-president.
Judge Arthur Engoron said New York Attorney General Letitia James has a "clear right" to investigate the Trump Organization, dismissing arguments that the inquiry should be scrapped.
The New York judge rejected the idea that Trump was facing discrimination, suggesting he may just be a "bad guy."
The real Anna Delvey, A.K.A Anna Sorokin, has been pretty vocal on social media and in the press since the release of "Inventing Anna" on Netflix.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said he didn't understand why the rule was in place for Irving, but not opposing players visiting New York.
Mazars, the accounting firm Trump used for years, cut ties with his company because it could no longer vouch for 10 years of financial statements.
Paislee Shultis, who was found on Monday, had been missing since July 2019 when she was 4 years old.
Suspect Assamad Nash, 25, appeared before a Manhattan judge for three other criminal cases five weeks before he was charged with killing Lee.