Fans won't have to wait much longer for "And Just Like That."
The "Sex and the City" star threw some truly award-winning shade at the now ex-governor.
The "Sex and the City" star shut the jeers down.
Her newest movie just premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. The actress and activist reflects on her gubernatorial campaign and what's to come.
The presidential candidate also slammed Donald Trump's administration as "the most corrupt ... in living memory."
In an op-ed for the Washington Post, the actress-turned-activist grilled Joe Biden for calling the vice president a "decent guy."
“But there is nothing decent about being anti-LGBTQ rights, and that includes the Vice President.”
A look at how the much-hyped fight played out (with help from the HuffPost FDR zombie meter).
Their righteous rage will pave the way for the women who come after them.
Cynthia Nixon was soundly defeated by incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the New York democratic primary. But all is not lost for progressives in the Empire state.
“This campaign changed expectations about what’s possible in New York state," the progressive challenger to Gov. Andrew Cuomo said after her primary loss.
The ambitious new left wing wiped out a faction of breakaway Democrats in the state Senate.
The two-term Democrat defeated actress Cynthia Nixon, who challenged him from the left.
The New York gubernatorial candidate sparked culinary controversy at Zabar's deli.
Her opponent, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, has the support of nearly every black elected official in New York.
Nixon, a progressive candidate for New York governor, is raising two of her children Jewish.
The "Sex and the City" actress hopes to follow in the footsteps of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley.
The New York governor’s primary challenger, Cynthia Nixon, has emboldened activists frustrated by his ties to the fossil fuel industry and refusal to back serious climate legislation.
The gloves were off when two-time incumbent Gov. Cuomo faced his progressive challenger ahead of the democratic primary.
The New York governor faced off against his leftist opponent for the first and likely only time before the Sept. 13 Democratic primary.