Mayor Eric Adams, who won office talking about making New York feel safer, is cutting spending on core services even as his own poll numbers are plummeting and as critics are talking, however cynically, about “a city in crisis.” Co-hosts Christina Greer and Harry Siegel discuss all that, the last big cases to emerge from […]
Remember that time that Andrew Cuomo tried to push aside Carl McCall? Co-host Christina Greer does. With the former governor reportedly considering a run against newly embattled Mayor Eric Adams, she and Katie Honan talk about that episode and plenty more— including how you can celebrate Thanksgiving the old-fashioned way, by checking out THE CITY’s […]
The former governor won’t say if he voted for Letitia James, but he’s got lots to say about how the Democratic Party has lost the script on crime as he says people tell him they “are afraid of the feeling I get in the city,” and much more.
The idea’s been kicked around by politicians and transit advocates for years but never tried in the U.S. Here’s a guide on what it all means, whom it will affect — and when we may actually see it in New York.
New York cut nearly a third of state-run psychiatric hospital beds for children, pledging to reinvest the funds in outpatient measures. There’s no evidence it worked.
Additional reporting by Ben Fractenberg Puff, puff… pause. New York legalized marijuana use this spring, and by year’s end cities and towns across the state must individually decide whether to allow cannabis dispensaries and “on-site consumption.” The city has opted in. But that doesn’t mean New Yorkers 21 and older will be able to walk […]
In 2015, Andrew Cuomo vowed to overhaul the state’s clemency process, but never followed through. Now, thousands of petitions offer a test of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s commitment to “improving justice.” Here are the stories of three incarcerated men making pitches for freedom.
When the governor got hit with sexual harassment allegations, CNN host Chris Cuomo and current and former gubernatorial aides quietly crafted a plan to discredit accusers, according to newly released interviews, emails and text messages.
Then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo assigned staffers to spend hundreds of work hours helping with a book touting his pandemic leadership — landing him $5.2 million last year as the pandemic raged, a new investigation found. The 60-page report released Monday by the state Assembly’s Judiciary Committee determined that Cuomo’s top aide alone exchanged over 1,000 emails […]
Newly released transcripts offer a glimpse into the governor’s defiant, Clintonesque defense as probers grilled him about sexual harassment allegations. Meanwhile, 10 women testified about their experience with his administration.