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Henry Rosoff


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Recent articles by Henry:

Democrats’ effort to secure Roe v. Wade falls to filibuster

The Senate fell far short Wednesday in a rushed effort toward enshrining Roe v. Wade abortion access as federal law, blocked by a Republican filibuster. → Read More

Lee Zeldin ‘selfishly’ would dare Andrew Cuomo to join NY race for governor

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Rep. Lee Zeldin, a leading Republican gubernatorial candidate in New York, considered calling out former Gov. Andrew Cuomo to get him to join the race for governor. Zeldin, who is leading other GOP candidates in a PIX11 poll, said on Monday his margin of victory would increase if Cuomo entered the […] → Read More

PIX11 Poll: Hochul looking strong in primary, Cuomo could make general election a toss-up

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Exclusive polling from PIX11/The Hill/Emerson College shows New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is still poised to be the Democratic nominee, but a very close general election later in the year is possible if former Gov. Andrew Cuomo enters the race as an independent candidate. The polling comes after a tumultuous few […] → Read More

Confusion and cost as NY will redraw political lines — again

CHELSEA, Manhattan (PIX11) — The dust is still settling following an earthquake of a decision, which is rocking New York politics with local and national implications. The state’s highest court struck down the new congressional maps and state senate maps. “There’s an old saying, ‘voters should choose their politicians and not the other way around,’” […] → Read More

Hochul makes public appeal on bail reform as debate heats up

ALBANY, N.Y. (PIX11) – Democrats remain skeptical of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s push to tweak recent criminal justice reforms like bail reform. “Bail reform is not driving the increase in crime,” said New York City Comptroller Brad Lander. Lander said he crunched the numbers from 2019 to 2021 during which time bail reform was implemented and […] → Read More

Harlem community searching for man wanted for attempted murder, rape

HARLEM, Manhattan (PIX11) – Community members in Harlem are rallying together to catch the man who beat a woman and tried to rape her in a street last Friday night. A 43-year-old woman was on West 123rd Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Boulevard when the suspect came up to her from behind and […] → Read More

Exclusive: NYC congressional candidate targeted by Chinese intelligence

NEW YORK CITY (PIX11) — A candidate for Congress, an Army veteran, was targeted by Chinese intelligence, according to federal authorities. The plot was revealed when a number of indictments were unsealed earlier this week. Yan Xiong, the man targeted, spoke exclusively with PIX 11 News. “I love America, and I love the people of […] → Read More

Former Cuomo allies highlight scandals amid comeback attempt

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A new report from CNBC says former Gov. Andrew Cuomo is considering another run for his old job. It follows exclusive PIX polling done with our partners at the Hill and Emerson College, which shows he would be competitive in a democratic primary for governor. The report from CNBC comes as […] → Read More

Child care, gas tax, climate, to-go drinks all on front lines of NY’s budget battle

NEW YORK, N.Y. (PIX11) — Universal child care, flood mitigation and to-go drinks are all on the table in this year’s budget negotiations in Albany. The State Assembly and Senate, each controlled overwhelmingly by Democrats, laid out their priorities in what are known as “one house” budgets. Gov. Kathy Hochul did the same more than a […] → Read More

NYPD’s ‘neighborhood safety teams’ begin targeting guns Monday

NEW YORK CITY (PIX11) — The NYPD announced a much anticipated program to combat gun crime would roll out Monday. It comes amid a 47% increase year-over-year in violent crime. Friday, Commissioner Keechant Sewell announced the rollout of the anticipated “neighborhood safety teams” while being pressed by reporters about the rise in crime. “They are […] → Read More

Exclusive Poll: Former Gov. Cuomo could have a shot in a Democratic Primary

Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who resigned last August amid multiple scandals, could run competitively in a Democratic Primary for governor, exclusive polling from The Hill and Emerson College found. → Read More

US hits Putin allies, press secretary, Russian business oligarchs with new sanctions

The Biden administration ordered new sanctions blocking Russian business oligarchs and others in President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle on Thursday in response to Russian forces' fierce pummeling of Ukraine. → Read More

White supremacists ‘Zoom bomb’ NY lawmaker’s event with slurs, pornography

MANHATTAN, N.Y. (PIX11) — White supremacists crashed the Zoom meeting of a Asian-American state lawmaker, she told PIX11 News in an exclusive interview. Yuh-Line Niou said they used racial slurs, screen shared graphic pornography and repeatedly shouted “white power” during the invasion. “There was antisemitic attacks, anti-Asian attacks, homophobic attacks,” Niou said. The Lower Manhattan […] → Read More

New York bracing for cyber attack in response to U.S. sanctions on Russia

NEW YORK (PIX11) — State authorities are warning New York could be in the crosshairs of any Russian response to U.S. sanctions. “The United States literally, in the last few hours, just issued sanctions,” Gov. Kathy Hochul said. “Sometimes for every action, there’s a reaction.” Tuesday, the governor launched what will be known as a […] → Read More

Subway homeless outreach effort to begin after violent weekend

TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan (PIX11) — After a violent weekend that included seven assaults in the subway system within a 48-hour period, city officials on Monday were expected to begin a new homeless outreach effort announced last week by Mayor Eric Adams. However, at the busy Times Square station, outreach teams were nowhere to be seen […] → Read More

Inside the first official ‘overdose prevention centers’

The country's first officially recognized overdose prevention centers in East Harlem and Washington Heights are finally open. However, the debate about whether these places should even exist continues. → Read More

Mayor Adams ‘frustrated’ by unfavorable media coverage

Mayor Eric Adams traveled to the state's capital to push for changes to the state's bail reform law, but did not appear to make much progress. However, Adams said calling the whole trip a failure is unfair. → Read More

NY mask mandate: School requirement stays but Hochul drops indoor order

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York schools will continue to require students and staff to wear masks despite dropping COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations, Gov. Kathy Hochul said Wednesday. However, the governor also announced the state’s mask-or-vaccine mandate for indoor public spaces will end beginning Thursday. Hochul said she will reevaluate the school mask mandate […] → Read More

Overdose prevention centers want input as DOJ weighs future

HARLEM, Manhattan — There soon could be many more legal locations for people to do illegal drugs like heroin. The Justice Department is looking to allow so-called “overdose prevention centers,” or OPC, where people can shoot up or smoke under the watchful eyes of people trained to prevent people from dying. New York City has […] → Read More

Strong jobs report shows worker demand, but mixed picture for NYC restaurants

New jobs numbers show that for the last few months, employers in the United States have gone on a hiring spree. However, it is more of a mixed picture in New York City, where the all-important hospitality industry is still trying to work its way back. → Read More