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Andrew Cuomo news and analysis from The Nation
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The Case Against Cuomo—and Those Who Enabled Him
The devastating investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the governor confirms what many already knew: It’s time for him to go.
August 3, 2021
Andrew Cuomo Is the New Crown Prince of Denial
While any ordinary politician would slink off stage, New York’s governor will only go down fighting.
July 28, 2021
What Happened to Andrew Cuomo?
tracks how the son of a progressive New York governor transformed into one focused on one thing above all else: power.
May 24, 2021
How New York State Let Covid-19 Run Rampant in Prisons
First, the state failed to protect people in prison from the virus. Then, it obscured the full scope of the crisis, advocates charge.
April 30, 2021
Just Because Cuomo Deserves Due Process Doesn’t Mean He Shouldn’t Resign
Sexual assault victims face an impossible burden of proof. We know enough to demand that the governor step down.
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March 26, 2021
Home Care Attendants Are Leading the Fight to Reclaim the Workday
Amid care work’s heightened visibility during the pandemic, a campaign to eliminate 24-hour shifts in one of America’s most progressive states.
Sara Van Horn
March 22, 2021
Why ‘Due Process’ Isn’t a Solution to the Cuomo Allegations
And why an apparent generational divide over the governor’s fate is more complicated than it looks.
March 18, 2021
Governor Cuomo Needs to Stop Talking About His Feelings
The issue isn’t how he feels. The issue is accountability. But the responses by the governor and the press still tell us a lot about whose feelings matter.
March 16, 2021
Why Andrew Cuomo Must Resign
There is no investigation that can give New Yorkers a governor we can trust not to abuse power and lie.
March 12, 2021
How One Cozy Relationship Influenced Cuomo’s Covid Response
The story begins before the coronavirus hit New York state.