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Attorney General Candidates to Face Off on NY1

Tomorrow night, NY1 will host a live, statewide debate between Eric Schneiderman and John Cahill in the race for state Attorney General. While Cahill is expected to call out the current AG for his involvement in two controversies, Schneiderman will likely question Cahill's qualifications. 10/29/2014 09:02 PM

Governor Andrew Cuomo marked the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy by visiting the Oakwood beach community on Staten Island, which became a model for the state's buy-back program. The governor made a point of saying his visit was not political, even though he is up for re-election next week.

10/29/2014 07:17 PM

City Marks Two Years Since Sandy Struck

It was two years ago today that Hurricane Sandy came ashore and to mark the anniversary, Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered flags on all state government buildings to be flown at half-staff.

Updated 10/29/2014 11:41 PM

GOVERNOR'S RACE: ON THE ISSUES

Next Governor to Have Major Influence Over Means of Travel

Whether your daily commute has you on the train or a bus or behind the wheel, or even your bike, the next governor will have a major influence over your means of travel. NY1's Josh Robin concludes his series on the issues in the governor's race with a look at how Andrew Cuomo or Rob Astorino could make your trip better, or worse.

10/24/2014 08:35 PM

NY1 Political ItCH

Inside City Hall

On The Road: Touring All 51 City Council Districts

Political Rundown

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NY1 Online: Grimm/Recchia 11th Congressional District Debate

NY1 hosted a live, televised debate Tuesday night between Republican Congressman Michael Grimm and his Democratic challenger, Domenic Recchia for New York state's 11th district one week ahead of the midterm election. Updated 10/28/2014 11:48 PM

POLITICS

Cuomo Defends Mandatory Quarantine Policy, Obama Stands with CDC

Governor Andrew Cuomo is defending his mandatory quarantine policy for health care workers returning to New York after treating Ebola patients in West Africa. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is defending new guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which are less restrictive than New York and New Jersey's policy. 10/28/2014 09:26 PM

POLITICS

Governors Fight Off Accusations of Wavering on Ebola Policy

Governor Andrew Cuomo insists he has not softened his stance or his policy when it comes to mandatory quarantines for health care workers treating Ebola patients in West Africa. Cuomo outlined the new policy last week with Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, whose words clearly indicated a shift in policy. Updated 10/27/2014 07:51 PM

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