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Cuomo admits to insensitive comments amid sexual harassment allegations

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New York’s attorney general received a formal referral letter authorizing an investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s conduct amid sexual harassment accusations. Cuomo apologized for “insensitive” comments after a second former aide accused him of sexual harassment.