An investigation was opened, then one other.
On Tuesday, the workplace of the Manhattan district lawyer, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., started an investigation into the accusations in opposition to Mr. Schneiderman, which included choking, slapping and spitting on ladies with whom he was intimately concerned. But by Tuesday night, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo had pulled the inquiry away from Mr. Vance, assigning a particular prosecutor to look into the claims. Legal experts said Mr. Schneiderman could face a host of criminal charges, including assault, harassment and forcible touching.
The seek for his substitute started.
New York’s solicitor normal, Barbara D. Underwood, will lead the lawyer normal’s workplace for now, however the State Assembly and the Senate will choose a proper substitute for Mr. Schneiderman. State legislators met in Albany on Tuesday to start brainstorming.
Many officers, together with the governor, stated a lady needs to be tapped for the job. Here are some of the leading candidates.
Here’s what else is occurring:
Here’s a small antidote to the political drama.
It’s one other pleasant day with brilliant skies, sunshine and a high near 73.
• Christiane Crasemann Collins, a scholar who fought Columbia on changing a West Harlem park right into a college gymnasium in 1968, has died at 92. [New York Times]
• In About New York, the columnist Jim Dwyer explores Albany’s response to the resignation of the lawyer normal — that’s, how officers there can use it for political benefit. [New York Times]
• A professor of psychology on the New School of Social Research was discovered overwhelmed to demise within the basement of his Brooklyn residence. The police arrested the person they discovered hiding in his closet. [New York Times]
• Plans are within the works for the previous Brooklyn Law School constructing in Downtown Brooklyn to be changed into a 21-story apartment tower. [Bklyner]
• City Council members and sanitation employees are calling for the mayor to droop the working license of a rubbish truck firm after a number of deaths and a poor security report. [Streetsblog NYC]
• Today’s Metropolitan Diary: “At the Morgan Library”
• For a world have a look at what’s occurring, see Your Morning Briefing.
Coming Up Today
• CitiBabes hosts a youngsters’s watercolor artwork class on the Elizabeth Street Garden in NoLIta. three:45 p.m. [Free]
• “Armors,” Steinunn Thorarinsdottir’s exhibition that includes replicas of fits of armor from the Met, opens with a reception at Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights. 5 p.m. [Free]
• Isabel Wilkerson speaks about her Pulitzer Prize-winning ebook, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration,” on the Museum of Arts and Design on the Upper West Side. 6:30 p.m. [$20]
• Learn to double dutch with instructors from Double Dutch Empire on the Pier 2 picnic tables in Brooklyn Bridge Park. 7 p.m. [Free]
• The journalist and best-selling writer Anna Quindlen joins Randy Cohen’s speak present, “Person Place Thing,” at J.C.C. Manhattan on the Upper West Side. 7:30 p.m. [$20]
• Mets at Reds, 12:35 p.m. (SNY). Yankees host Red Sox, 7:05 p.m. (YES).
• Alternate-side parking stays in effect till tomorrow.
• For extra occasions, see The New York Times’s Arts & Entertainment guide.
Calling all flag bearers. (Or New Yorkers who, like us, are nonetheless spring-cleaning.)
The state’s Office of General Services is amassing outdated American flags for its annual Memorial Watchfire, a army custom hosted by native Vietnam War veterans to correctly retire the pink, white and blue on Memorial Day weekend.
Collection facilities opened throughout the state yesterday, and can proceed accepting star-spangled banners till May 23.
If you reside within the 5 boroughs, you may take yours to the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building, on West 125th Street in Harlem, or to the Shirley A. Chisholm State Office Building, on Hanson Place in Brooklyn.
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