Lead Story Archive

Peter Kauffmann resigned his position as Director of Communications for Governor David Paterson.

Congressman Eric Massa says health concerns will prevent him from running for re-election. In a statement Wednesday afternoon, he denied rumors that he sexually harrassed a male staffer.  

Governor David Paterson faces a new allegation - this time from the state's Commission on Public Integrity.

NY State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is in Rochester discussing an audit his office performed on the Rochester Rhinos soccer stadium.

Harry Corbitt announced on Tuesday night that he is retiring effective Wednesday. Corbitt cited intense media scrutiny for his decision which he announced during a television interview in Albany about the ongoing scandal over potential witness tampering in a domestic violence case.

Former Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch once supported "No Child Left Behind," but now she is openly critical of the policy.

The United Way of Greater Rochester has announced three major community goals as part of its "Live United" campaign for 2010.

The National Organization for Women is calling on Governor David Paterson to resign.

The debate continues over whether to drill for natural gas in underground shale deposits throughout the Finger Lakes & Southern Tier.

Amid scandal and his announcement that he will not run for a full term, there are new questions about Governor David Paterson's ability effectively run state government.

A significant winter storm that hit the northeast dropped nearly a foot of snow in and around Rochester.

Beleaguered Governor David Paterson announced he is dropping out of the race for a full term in Albany.

Every four years the Rochester Curling Club gets a lot more attention as their sport hits prime time in the Olympics.

David Paterson has decided to end his bid for a full term as Governor.

The Rundown is following President Obama's bipartisan health care reform summit Thursday and offering updates and insight from the NewsHour news desk and correspondent Judy Woodruff, as well as commentary and opinion from three analysts, throughout the event.