Shine a light: Release documents from the Cuomo sexual harassment investigation
New York State Attorney General Letitia James at a news conference in Manhattan on March 28, 2019. - Byron Smith/New York Daily News/TNS

A year ago today came the political earthquake: New York Attorney General Tish James released a report by two private attorneys deputized to investigate sexual harassment allegations, that declared that then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s acts constituted sexual harassment under state and federal law. We said then that, given the weight of evidence, the governor should resign — and nothing in the intervening year has changed our minds about that. But the production of the highly consequential 165-page report, which makes many unconditional statements about what Cuomo did, deserves more scrutiny. While it...