How much is too much? The Buffalo Bills are getting a new $1.4 billion home with New York State and Erie County footing $850 million of the upfront cost to build it.
CNN has fired anchor Chris Cuomo after details emerged about how he assisted his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as the politician faced sexual harassment allegations earlier this year.
CNN said Tuesday it suspended anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely after fresh details emerged about how he helped his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as he faced charges of sexual harassment.
All sides want the same thing: The Bills playing in Western New York over the next few decades in a newly built venue. But even if everyone involved wants to make that happen, it's tough to pull off.
That timeline – a year earlier than previously projected – is possible should the Buffalo Bills and New York State quickly reach an agreement for the construction of a proposed $1.4 billion venue in Orchard Park.
“A generational decision like this shouldn’t be made in the dark," said Assemblyman Pat Burke, a Buffalo Democrat whose district includes the team’s present and proposed future home in Orchard Park.
It’s up to every fan to do his or her own calculation of risk vs. reward in attending a Bills game. It could have been different.
As the NFL's opening weekend approaches, in Orchard Park and across most of the league, tens of thousands of fans in soaring stadiums will cheer on the home team without knowing the vaccination status of many of the people sitting around them.
Resigning in disgrace, New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo has left a power vacuum at the heart of New York State. After Kathy Hochul finishes out Cuomo’s term, who will replace the long-serving governor and could it be a Republican? Susan Estrich, veteran political commentator and lawyer for ousted Fox Chairman Roger Ailes, and Matt Klink, GOP strategist, weigh in.
Watch here: Chris Cuomo tells CNN viewers that he wasn't an adviser to outgoing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, "I'm a brother."
Cuomo's stepped down after a swift and dramatic descent like so many Albany politicians in recent decades: under the weight of personal and governmental scandal.
After months of holding on to power, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo abruptly resigned Tuesday. We take you through what happened and what's next.
Here's a look at some of her company among "female firsts" in New York State government.
People who have worked with Hochul over the years tend to say the same things about her – that she's hard-working, competent and unusually kind for someone in a profession never really known for kindness.
Engulfed by sexual harassment scandal, Cuomo resigns as governor of New York. Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul of Buffalo will be the next governor.
Kathy Hochul walks a fine line between her duties as lieutenant governor and potentially replacing Cuomo. Those around her say she is preparing for what lies ahead. They also say she is ready.
Should Gov. Andrew Cuomo resign or be impeached, Hamburg's Kathy Hochul would become the 57th governor of New York and, as frequently mentioned, the first woman.
Lawmakers don’t have a specific seat at the negotiating table, but they are likely going to have to be willing to approve – for years to come – annual state budgets that will, if the Buffalo Bills have their way, include payments of some kind for a new NFL stadium.
The abrupt resignation of Melissa DeRosa, sharply criticized by the state's top lawyer for her handling of sexual harassment allegations against the governor, was a simple and direct sign: Cuomo's ability to hold onto his job is evaporating by the hour.
The deal kept the Bills in Western New York, but put off the more difficult, expensive and controversial decision on building a new stadium.
Abandoned by even his closest political allies, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Wednesday found himself facing more and more serious legal problems as his once-mighty grip on the state continued to slip.
Here are some of the allegations against Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo contained in the state attorney general's report that concluded he sexually harassed 11 women.