Andrew Cuomo is alleging New York's attorney general assigned biased lawyers to the investigation of him and did not pursue evidence that undermined the sexual misconduct accusations against him.
A onetime aide to the former New York governor is suing him, saying he sexually harassed her and then smeared her reputation after she became the second woman to publicly accuse him of misconduct.
The former CNN anchor was fired last year for violating CNN's journalistic standards when he helped his brother, ex-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, navigate the sexual harassment allegations against him.
A Long Island prosecutor says Cuomo won't face criminal charges after a state trooper said she felt "completely violated" by his unwanted touching at an event at Belmont Park in 2019.
The Joint Commission on Public Ethics says the disgraced former governor violated the terms of its conditional approval to write the book and it wants him give to the state the money.
CNN said new documents "raise serious questions" about the anchor's role in trying to help his brother, former N.Y. governor Andrew Cuomo, respond to sexual misconduct allegations.
The governor's farewell speech comes nearly two weeks after he announced his resignation from office following sexual assault allegations from 11 women.
The sexual harassment investigation and impending resignation of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has entangled multiple Cuomo allies, including the leader of the LGBTQ group the Human Rights Campaign.
"I know the difference between putting together a case against a target versus doing independent fact-finding with an open mind," Andrew Cuomo's lawyer Rita Glavin said on Friday.
The woman's account was also included in the 165-page report released by New York's attorney general this week that said Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and created a hostile work environment.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo allegedly relied on liberal allies to fight charges of sexual harassment. Now, one of those allies, the head of Human Rights Campaign, is facing demands that he resign.
Should Gov. Andrew Cuomo be impeached or choose to resign, New York Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul would be next in line and would become the state's first woman to hold the position.
The New York state attorney general's office detailed multiple incidents of harassment or inappropriate comments made by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and said he created a "hostile work environment."
Last March, New York was an epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, and testing was hard to come by. New York law prohibits officials from using their positions to secure privileges or exemptions.
Two former aides to Cuomo have come forward with complaints of sexual harassment during their time in his administration. The investigation's findings will be disclosed in a public report.