New York City Health Department Vaccine Hub at Hillcrest High School in Queens.
The state is on track to run out of its supply for this week.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a press conference.
The proposed budget assumes New York would receive $6 billion in federal aid.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at press conference.
Funding would be restored to the Summer Youth Employment Program, but cuts could hit community schools and the Learning to Work Program.
A rally to celebrate the start of the NYC Census 2020 Complete Count Campaign in January.
President Donald Trump issued a memo in July that aimed to exclude undocumented immigrants from census data that is used for allocating congressional seats.
New York will bring back live performances, help artists and fund community arts organizations.
Form 990, an Internal Revenue Service form disclosing information about nonprofits.
Proposed legislation would remove a new requirement that certain nonprofits file annual financial disclosures reports to the Department of State.
Outside of U.S. Small Business Administration building.
Community financial institutions will be the first lenders to have access to the loans.
State Sen. James Sanders Jr. at a City & State event in October 2019.
State Sen. James Sanders Jr. faces $15,000 in fines from receiving gifts from Margert Community Corporation, according to the city's ethics watchdog.
New York State Capitol in Albany.
Funds that are being temporarily withheld from nonprofit could potentially become permanent reductions this year.
Rajiv Shah, president of The Rockefeller Foundation, on the far left, in 2013 while serving as administrator of the United States Agency for International Development.
The foundation, created by an oil tycoon decades ago, is the largest to choose to divest from fossil fuels.