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City Council members looking for their fellow pols' votes for speaker are getting behind an extension of term limits for the Council. [Read More]
New York families are still feeling the pangs four years after the feds slashed food stamp benefits, a new report found. [Read More]
King, who voted against the bill, said the end of a deduction for state and local taxes was a way for red states to stick... [Read More]
President Trump's treasury secretary says it doesn't bother him to be compared to a James Bond villain — in fact, it's an honor. [Read More]
"This is a series of systemic breakdowns that are putting NYCHA tenants in harm's way," DOI Commissioner Mark Peters said. [Read More]
A top White House official said President Trump would be in Alabama campaigning for Roy Moore if he did not believe the allegations. [Read More]
Mayor de Blasio's administration is looking to hire a consultant to study spots for new and expanded jails. [Read More]
ICE agents and other federal law enforcement officials will be barred from private areas of city property under the legislation. [Read More]
The City Council is likely to pass one controversial police reform bill by the end of the year — but another bill is in jeopardy. [Read More]
New Yorkers will soon be able to register to vote online after the City Council passed legislation to allow it Thursday. [Read More]
A Brooklyn supportive housing project got the go ahead Thursday after City Councilwoman Darlene Mealy finally got on board with the plan. [Read More]
"Revenge porn" will soon be a crime in New York City. [Read More]
The city will create an Amber Alert-style system to send out notifications about hit-and-run drivers under a City Council bill. [Read More]
City Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley is conceding defeat after an underdog challenger derailed her re-election bid. [Read More]
The city is charging a dozen businesses with breaking a new law banning companies from asking about job seekers' criminal histories. [Read More]
Challenger Bob Holden came out on top after all the votes were counted in a hotly contested Queens City Council race. [Read More]
A cop who has sex with someone in custody would be guilty of rape under a new bill a state lawmaker plans to introduce. [Read More]
All the candidates for City Council speaker at a debate Tuesday night backed controversial police reform bills. [Read More]
The city may scrap plans to build pricey condos as part of a controversial development plan for Brooklyn's Bedford Union Armory. [Read More]
They're the city's top landlords - in rat infestations, holes in the wall and leaking ceilings. [Read More]