Cuomo says nobody should be prosecuted for COVID-19 deaths in N.Y.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday addressed the state's early response to the coronavirus outbreak and said "nobody" should be prosecuted for the those who died, noting that "older people" were most vulnerable. The governor has been criticized for a decision in March, which has since been reversed, to send patients back to nursing homes after they tested positive for COVID-19.More than...

Coronavirus live updates: Need to prepare for ‘battle’ at the apex, Cuomo says

A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has infected more than 823,000 people around the world. Over 174,000 of those patients have recovered from the the new respiratory virus, which causes an illness known officially as COVID-19. More than 40,000 people across the globe have died, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. With more...

Chris Cuomo Exposes Trump’s 2020 Strategy: ‘Keep People Pissed Off And Frustrated’

Chris Cuomo says President Donald Trump is telegraphing his plan to win reelection, and it comes down to three words: “Lie, deny, defy.” On Monday night, the CNN host said that strategy was already in use on two key issues: the Iran crisis and health care.  On Iran, Trump and his administration have offered vague and shifting explanations as to why they believed there was an “imminent”...

State health department to probe conditions at ‘war zone’ Mount Sinai: Cuomo

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday ordered the state health department to probe claims of “horrific” overcrowding and understaffing at Mount Sinai Hospital detailed in a front-page Post story. “The reports of mistreatment of patients is horrific and unacceptable,” said a Cuomo spokeswoman. “Governor Cuomo has directed the New York State Department of Health to review the complaints made...