Benefits fraud

New York state officials are warning New Yorkers about scammers filing fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits using stolen identities.

Cuomo under fire

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office authorized the state attorney general to launch an independent investigation into the accusations against the governor.

Pandemic: A look back

New York reported its first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus on March 1, 2020. A year later, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the state, country, and world.

Another vaccine coming

New York and New Jersey are set to receive thousands of doses of Johnson & Johnson's single-shot COVID-19 vaccine this week.

Claims against Cuomo

The state attorney general will oversee an independent investigation of the governor over allegations of sexual harassment.

Murphy on Cuomo

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy comments on the allegations made against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

NJ expands COVID eligibility

From school teachers to migrant farm workers, hundreds of thousands of NJ residents and workers will be eligible for the COVID vaccine beginning March 15 and March 29.

COVID vaccine latest

Officials in NY and NJ are urging residents to trust the Johnson & Johnson vaccine that is due to arrive in both states this week.

Calls for Cuomo to resign

Republicans and Democrats are calling for NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign after two staffers accuse him of sexual harassment.