A surprise announcement that comes days after Cuomo said Broadway would not be reopening in two weeks as many New York City businesses and venues are scheduled to welcome people back. He cited the logistics of opening Broadway to full capacity with no lead time as the reason it would remain closed for the next six months.
The story first reported by the New York Times claims the raid is part of a criminal investigation by federal prosecutors for Giuliani's involvement in the Ukraine scandal over the past several months. Although, the former NYC Mayor has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and hasn't been charged with any crimes.
As part of a new bill in the state Senate sponsored by Sen. Samra Brouk (D-Rochester), Kindergarten students would be required to learn about sexual health and the courses would be mandatory statewide. Some of those advocating for this is “Sex Ed for Social Change," a progressive special interest group influencing Brouk's proposal.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Cuomo, deferred comment to Abramowitz.
Trump's argument was the subpoena issued by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance was broad and issued in bad faith. The documents are now subject to grand jury secrecy rules that restrict them from being released publicly. Without social media, Trump released a statement via email on Monday, calling the ruling "a continuation of the greatest political Witch Hunt in the history of our Country."
According to the New York Post, "Cuomo hid nearly 1,900 fatalities in New York City alone — with new figures sending the tally at one Queens facility skyrocketing more than 1,000 percent. Data from the New York Health Department shows that at least 5,400 nursing home residents have been killed by the Coronavirus in New York City as of Saturday (2/13).