Joe Prude, Brother Of Daniel, Angered By Grand Jury Decision

Joe Prude is the brother of Daniel Prude, who suffocated in police custody a year ago. He says he no longer has trust in the system after state Attorney General Letitia James announced a grand jury had decided not to file criminal charges against any of the officers in his brother’s case.

Are ‘Villages’ The Future Of Elder Care?

The first thing you notice when you meet Tim O’Neill is that his hazel eyes smile, forming warm half-moons just above the disposable mask the pandemic necessitates.

Gestational Surrogacy Now Legal In New York State

“With this law now in effect, no longer will anyone will be blocked from the joys of starting a family and raising children simply because of who they are.”

A Push To Improve Quality Of Life For Older LGBTQ People

The AARP Foundation and SAGE, an organization that advocates for older LGBTQ people, announced that they’re working together on an initiative. The two organizations hope to improve the quality of life for older LGBTQ people.

Gov. Cuomo’s 2021 State Budget Address

New York NOW’s Dan Clark hosted live coverage of the address along with analysis of the address with David Lombardo, host of The Capitol Pressroom on public radio, and Amanda Fries from the Times Union.