The three-term governor has been embroiled in controversy over the state's handling of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.
"He's already wiped out enough seniors," Alexa Rivera said of the New York governor's emergency powers.
"There is a number of things he could have done differently. But what he chose was to scapegoat Trump and even use him to potentially obstruct justice by not providing information to the Department of Justice," the New York assemblyman said of the governor.
A new variant of the virus may be spreading quickly in New York, scientists have claimed, as the CDC tracks two others in the state.
"Day to day, he made me feel as if I were no good at my job and thus totally dependent on him to keep it. In Cuomo's world—and he would never admit this even to himself—working for him is like a 1950′s version of marriage," Hinton wrote in an op-ed.
The Democratic New York State assemblyman has been an outspoken critic of the governor.
Boylan recounted the governor's alleged misconduct in a personal essay published on Wednesday.
A former aide has accused the New York governor of repeated sexual harassment.
The former aide writes that "Andrew Cuomo abused his power as Governor to sexually harass me, just as he had done with so many other women."
Protesters gathered in Rochester, New York after it was announced that a grand jury had declined to indict the officers involved in Daniel Prude's death in March last year.
Andrew Cuomo will have nowhere left to hide or take cover from this force of nature, from the forces for good and justice. He'll have no one else to blame. Except, maybe finally, himself.
Video of Daniel Prude's arrest by Rochester, New York, police officers inspired a wave of protests when it was released last September.
The governor has faced severe backlash since reports revealed his administration undercounted COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes and withheld mortality data.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has previously pushed back against the idea, saying the city would lose $10 billion in state funding.
"We should be repurposing some of those [hotel] properties as affordable housing as quickly as possible," the New York City mayoral candidate said.
A Monday Morning Consult poll found 57 percent of voters approve of Cuomo's job performance, just a six-point drop compared to earlier this month.
A new poll revealed that most voters approved of the New York governor's performance in office.
The tool is described by its maker as like "remote handcuffs" but some have questioned its use in the New York mental health call.
Nursing homes owned by private equity are associated with lower staffing levels, more frequent citations for health and safety violations, and shortages of supplies like ventilators and PPE due to pressure to cut costs.
What would a Mayor Yang do? The entrepreneur-turned-politician on the pandemic, the police, universal basic income—and bicycle lanes. He'd be the city's first Asian-American mayor.
"If you have higher rates of unsolved crimes, that is not a trend that you want to continue," the Democratic mayoral candidate said.
"I lived here 19 years without a car. And it was fantastic," the Democratic mayoral candidate said.
Members of the New York State Democratic Committee introduced a resolution to censure Cuomo "for conduct unbecoming his office."
CNN's Chris Cuomo's lighthearted interviews with brother Andrew Cuomo in the early stages of the pandemic have received renewed scrutiny since further details have been revealed about the New York governor's response to the outbreaks in New York nursing homes.
Andrew Cuomo has urged residents to be extra vigilant as scientists rush to test existing vaccines against the variant.
The Volkswagen driver was also fined by the NYPD for illegally parking in front of a fire hydrant.
Pharmacy staff and customer services cannot book COVID-19 vaccination appointments for residents.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing accusations of mishandling the state's COVID-19 data, specifically as it related to fatalities reported among residents of long-term care facilities.
The Republican congressman said New Yorkers "do not like this one-party control and I agree with them."