This has been a very difficult year for consumers in New York and across the country who are trying to make ends meet in may cases without a regular paycheckCitibank settles free checking dispute Feb 02, 2010
An investigation of a sitting governor of New York is a complex weighty matter indeedCuomo recuses himself from Paterson probe Mar 11, 2010
With the consent of family members, we put hidden cameras in nursing homes across the state, watching over the vulnerable who often cannot advocate for themselvesN.Y. uses hidden cameras in nursing homes Apr 01, 2010
Ivy and its former co-principals saw the trouble with Madoff coming around the bend, but instead of guiding their clients through the financial waters, they sold them down the riverN.Y. sues bank over Madoff scheme May 13, 2010
Steve Rattner was willing to do whatever it took to get his hands on pension fund money including paying kickbacksRattner settles SEC case for $6.2M Nov 18, 2010
Andrew Mark Cuomo (pronounced /ˈkwoʊmoʊ/; born December 6, 1957) is the 56th and current Governor of New York, having assumed office on January 1, 2011. He was the 64th New York State Attorney General, and was the 11th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Born in Queens, New York, he is the son of Mario Cuomo, the 52nd Governor of New York (1983–1994).
Cuomo was born in Queens, New York, to a family of Italian-American origin and is the eldest son of Mario Cuomo, and Matilda Raffa, daughter of Charlie Raffa. He is the older brother of ABC News journalist Chris Cuomo.
Cuomo graduated from Saint Gerard's School in 1971 and Archbishop Molloy High School in 1975. He graduated from Fordham University in 1979 and Albany Law School in 1982. A member of the Democratic Party, Cuomo was a top aide to his father during his 1982 campaign for Governor. He then joined the Governor's staff as one of his father's top policy advisors, earning $1 a year.