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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has more than his share of troubles lately. The U.S. attorney’s investigation into his scandalous decision to shut down an...

Today, the investigation of questionable conduct in undermining the work of a New York state ethics commission stopped being a tiff between Governor Andrew Cuomo...

Anyone who wants to know what happens when the two-party system collapses in a state need only have read the New York Times’s astounding report published...

Over the last few weeks a minor drama broke out within New York’s political left. The Working Families Party, a mix of liberal activists and...

The domestic oil and gas boom is rolling on, with no end of positive effects for the American economy. At the official end of the...

There’s no sign that Hillary Clinton will forgo a run for a Democratic presidential nomination in 2016 that appears to be hers for the asking....

Rarely are Republican Governors Association chairmanships as complex and overanalyzed as Chris Christie’s promises to be. Thanks to a confluence of circumstances, the New Jersey...

In December, I wrote about the habits that keep the Democratic Party’s bench noticeably shallow. In contrast to the GOP, which is currently hooked on...

In a new Mercatus Center survey ranking American states according to the freedom of their citizens, New York found itself dead last. The survey ranked...

Yahoo News reports that Vice President Joe Biden met with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg--the leading proponent of a theory of liberal governing known as...

With gun control still in the news and Vice President Joe Biden’s recommendations on legislation expected to come tomorrow, it is increasingly clear the country’s...

For several years in the late 1980s and early ’90s, following New York Governor Mario Cuomo’s flirtations with a presidential run became one of the...