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Kentucky Democrats file ethics complaint against Cameron

One day after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced his candidacy for next year’s gubernatorial election, the Kentucky Democratic Party announced Thursday it filed an ethics complaint against the Republican officeholder. In... Read more »

Kentucky’s Beshear says state of the commonwealth is strong; Republicans skeptical

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear did not break much new ground with his State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night. Instead, he used the nearly 30-minute speech in front of a joint session... Read more »

Impeachment report finds Cuomo ‘unfit for office’

The New York State Assembly’s Judiciary Committee released a 63-page report Monday that not only corroborated previous allegations of sexual harassment against former Gov. Andrew Cuomo but also found the governor used... Read more »

New York agency pulls approval of Cuomo’s $5.1 million book deal on managing COVID-19 crisis

After failing in three previous attempts, New York’s public watchdog agency finally voted Tuesday to rescind the approval of a $5.1 million book deal for former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo got approval... Read more »

New York AG releases Cuomo, accusers’ transcripts from harassment investigation

The New York State Attorney General’s Office on Wednesday released numerous documents from a five-month investigation into sexual harassment claims against former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, including transcripts of interviews with the ex-governor... Read more »

Kentucky Lt. Gov. Coleman steps down as education and workforce secretary

Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman announced last week that she was stepping down from her dual role as secretary of the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. In a video statement posted on... Read more »

Hochul points to new pandemic high in MTA ridership as sign of New York’s recovery

New York City’s recovery from COVID-19 continues, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reported a post-pandemic high water mark on Thursday. For the first time in more than... Read more »