NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo discusses divorce and a failed campaign in his memoir that's due out on Tuesday.
But ahead of its release, there have been questions about what's left out of the book "All Things Possible," CBS 2 reported.
Cuomo did no write about his controversial Moreland Commission.
The governor created the panel last year to clean up corruption in Albany. But in March, Cuomo abruptly halted the commission and now federal authorities are investigating whether he or his staffers interfered with the commission's work, CBS 2 reported.
You can see Charlie Rose's interview with Cuomo Tuesday morning on "CBS This Morning" starting at 7 a.m.
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