The book, which garnered a $4 million deal and touted Cuomo's purported pandemic-handling competence, may have gotten the governor into hot water.
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The observational dataset on which it was based could not be properly audited.
A retiring member of the Chicago City Council wore a wire to record conversations. He's being treated like a snitch…by city leaders.
Cohen blames Trump for sending him down a "path of darkness"
Negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow continued during the primaries, he now says.
Bail revoked for breaking one of the fundamental rules: Don't meddle with the court case.
The anti-Weinstein crusader apparently had some problems of his own.
The president's admittedly uninformed and unreliable lawyer says Donald Trump never lies to the press.
Now that it's out, nobody's minds seem to have changed.
Trump has reviewed a document alleging FBI misconduct. It might be released Friday.
This federal law is about punishing the speech of political enemies, not protecting sensitive international negotiations.
With a little conflict of interest thrown in
This is not about Donald Trump, Russia, or the 2016 election.
California Treasurer John Chiang's conflicts of interest are not the first in the program's long and sordid history.
Let's not overreact in any particular direction.
The president's implausible and gratuitous contradiction of Comey could be a crime if he repeats it to federal investigators.
But is it obstruction? That's a tougher question.
The Senate Intelligence Committee releases Comey's prepared statement in advance of tomorrow's hearing.
A surprise tweet to announce a thoroughly conventional new FBI director
The Wizard of Lies starts too late in the scam and misses much.
The impeachment cries will grow louder. The White House denies allegations.
A congressional hearing is scheduled, but will anything change?
The pair face up to 20 years in prison for their role in a political payback scheme that closed two lanes of the George Washington Bridge.
There's a norm, people! A norm!
The weekend reactions are both a reminder and a preview of how Clinton handles a scandal.
Turns out there's still time for October surprises.
Reupholstering the deck chairs on a sinking ship
The nominee can protect herself with ease. What about everyday Americans?
Rep. Charles Boustany, Accused of Patronizing Murdered Sex-Workers in Louisiana, Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Reporter
The congressman is suing the author of Murder in the Bayou over claims the congressman patronized sex workers who were later killed.
Here's why calling Donald Trump 'reckless' doesn't pack that much of a punch.
Thanks for paying for the pensions and benefits of connected Beltway staff.
Dozens paid lots of money and got meetings.
The Democratic nominee's proxies argue that she was merely reckless with the facts.
James Comey confirmed that the Democratic nominee has repeatedly misled the public about her State Department emails.
A.G. Loretta Lynch accepts FBI recommendation.
Intent matters, but sometimes only when authorities decide it does, like if it turns out you're Hillary Clinton.
The long-corrupt department is reeling from scandals involving teen prostitution and racist text messages.
Over $140 million judgment for hosting Hulk Hogan sex tape.
The president characterizes his former secretary of state's use of a private email server as "careless," but under the law it's negligence.