No way for Cuomo to survive, everyone has had enough: Rep. Malliotakis
Rep. Elise Stefanik calls for Cuomo's resignation and prosecution
Seventh woman accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment: Report
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces impeachment investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct
De Blasio calls for Cuomo to resign
Cuomo's nursing home cover-up is a 'federal crime': Rep. Stefanik
NY GOP leaders announce IMPEACHMENT resolution against Gov. Andrew Cuomo
NY gov. faces legal hurdles in harassment inquiry
Cuomo accuser says N.Y. governor groomed her in an attempt to sleep with her
Gowdy slams NY Gov. Cuomo after accuser speaks out
Cuomo says he will not resign amid sexual harassment allegations
No way for Cuomo to survive, everyone has had enough: Rep. MalliotakisRep. Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., joins ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment probe.
Rep. Elise Stefanik calls for Cuomo's resignation and prosecutionRep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., calls for Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign following sexual harassment investigation
Seventh woman accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment: ReportOutnumbered panel discusses allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo as a seventh accuser comes forward.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces impeachment investigation into allegations of sexual misconductNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo is being investigated by his own political party as a sixth woman comes forward with sexual misconduct allegations. Jericka Duncan reports on the new details and the latest backlash against the governor.
De Blasio calls for Cuomo to resignNew York City Mayor Bill De Blasio directly called for Gov. Cuomo to resign during a press briefing. The mayor said the allegations are 'deeply troubling' and that Cuomo 'can no longer serve as governor.'
Cuomo's nursing home cover-up is a 'federal crime': Rep. StefanikRep. Elise Stefanik explains the New York GOP's impeachment effort against Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
NY GOP leaders announce IMPEACHMENT resolution against Gov. Andrew CuomoRepublican state lawmakers announced an impeachment resolution against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
NY gov. faces legal hurdles in harassment inquiryNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo apologized Sunday following allegations of sexual harassment saying he "made others feel in ways I never intended." But Priya Sopori, a former federal prosecutor and employment discrimination attorney, says that apology can only go so far as the state's attorney general opens an investigation into Cuomo's actions. "When the governor made his apology, it was very much focused on his intention," she said. "With respect to sexual harassment, the legal standard, and intention of the alleged perpetrator has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not that sexual harassment occurred." She added: "From a legal perspective, I'd say the advice that he's getting is not particularly good." In a statement released amid mounting criticism from within his own party, the Democrat maintained he had never inappropriately touched or propositioned anyone. But he said he had teased people about their personal lives in an attempt to be "playful." "I now understand that my interactions may have been insensitive or too personal and that some of my comments, given my position, made others feel in ways I never intended. I acknowledge some of the things I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation. To the extent anyone felt that way, I am truly sorry about that," he said. Cuomo has acquiesced to demands that Attorney General Letitia James control an inquiry into the matter. James said she expected to receive a formal referral that would give her office subpoena power and allow her to deputize an outside law firm for "a rigorous and independent investigation." Calls for an investigation mounted after a second former employee of Cuomo's administration went public Saturday with harassment claims. Charlotte Bennett, a low-level aide in the governor's administration until November, told The New York Times Cuomo asked questions about her sex life, including whether she ever had sex with older men, and made other comments she interpreted as gauging her interest in an affair. Her accusation came days after another former aide, Lindsey Boylan, a former economic development adviser, elaborated on harassment allegations she first made in December. Boylan said Cuomo subjected her to an unwanted kiss and comments about her appearance. Cuomo, 63, said he had intended to be a mentor for Bennett, who is 25. He has denied Boylan's allegations. Over several hours Sunday, James and other leading party officials rejected two of Cuomo's proposals for how an investigation might proceed. Under his first plan, a retired federal judge picked by Cuomo, Barbara Jones, would have reviewed his workplace behavior. In the second proposal, announced Sunday morning in an attempt to appease legislative leaders, Cuomo asked James and the state's chief appeals court judge, Janet DiFiore, to jointly appoint a lawyer to investigate and issue a public report. James rejected both plans, demanding a formal referral giving her office authority to subpoena documents and witness testimony.
Cuomo accuser says N.Y. governor groomed her in an attempt to sleep with herOne woman accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is speaking out for the first time on camera. In an exclusive interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell, Charlotte Bennett describes working in his office and how she believes he attempted to groom her.
Gowdy slams NY Gov. Cuomo after accuser speaks outFox News contributor Trey Gowdy on the sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo says he will not resign amid sexual harassment allegationsNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's 'embarrassed' and apologizes for his actions; FOX News' Bryan Llenas on 'Special Report.'
Governor Cuomo Nursing Home Cover-Up
Janice Dean argues Cuomo, aides ‘should go to jail’ for nursing home cover-up
Former NY Gov demands apology, probe into Cuomo's nursing home 'cover up'
Janice Dean argues Cuomo, aides ‘should go to jail’ for nursing home cover-upFox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean, whose in-laws died of COVID-19 in New York long-term care facilities, rips Gov. Cuomo for underreporting coronavirus-related nursing home deaths.
Former NY Gov demands apology, probe into Cuomo's nursing home 'cover up'Former New York Governor George Pataki (R) provides his insight into how Gov. Andrew Cuomo handled the coronavirus pandemic.