New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has resigned after a state investigation

It found he had sexually harassed 11 women, leading to mounting legal pressure and widespread calls for him to step down from fellow Democratic legislators and President Joe Biden.
Cuomo, who had served since 2011 as governor of the fourth most-populous US state, made the announcement on Tuesday after New York Attorney General Letitia James earlier this month released the findings of a five-month probe.
Investigators said he subjected women to unwanted kisses; groped their breasts or buttocks or otherwise touched them inappropriately; made insinuating remarks about their looks and their sex lives; and created a work environment “rife with fear and intimidation”.
“The best way I can help is if I step aside and let government get back to the governing,” the Democratic governor said.
Cuomo’s resignation will take effect in two weeks.
The move falls a spectacular fall from grace a year after Mr Cuomo was widely hailed nationally for his leadership at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He was on his third-term as New York governor. His father, Mario Cuomo, was governor in the 1980s and ’90s.