New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Resigns Over Sexual Harassment Findings

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has resigned from his position after a finding that he sexually harassed eleven women. Since the inquiry, there has been increased pressure for Cuomo to resign from his role, and he did so on Tuesday morning.

Once seen as a possible Presidential candidate, Cuomo served as the Governor of New York since 2011. A five-month investigation had been conducted, which concluded that Cuomo violated U.S. and state laws. The 168-page report was made available to the public on Tuesday, confirming that Cuomo groped, kissed, and/or made inappropriate comments to current and former governmental staffers. He also reportedly retaliated against a woman who accused him of sexual misconduct, which he initially denied.