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Members of the Brooklyn Democratic County Committee received phone calls, door-knocks and mailings this week urging them to turn over their votes by proxy to... [Read More]
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Police Commissioner James O'Neill and Mayor de Blasio have reservations about a Kennedy family charity's plan to bail out hundreds of teenagers and women awaiting... [Read More]
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Mayor de Blasio is set to take steps to improve the city's school bus system after a Daily News investigation revealed problems. [Read More]
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Mayor de Blasio joined schools Chancellor Richard Carranza and parents from Brooklyn and beyond to unveil the city's latest school desegregation plan on Thursday. [Read More]
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The City Council is asking President Trump to support a bipartisan commission to investigate the federal response to Hurricane Maria — which council members argued... [Read More]
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the head of the city's delay-plagued and over-budget Build it Back program - is taking on a new job as the director of the Mayor's... [Read More]
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It only took five days and a landslide primary victory, but Mayor de Blasio finally threw his support behind Gov. Cuomo Tuesday — even if... [Read More]
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The city has trained only 9,889 officers in crisis intervention training as of June, more than two years after an elderly, mentally ill woman was... [Read More]
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The city announced Monday that it would earmark $4.1 million from its legal defense budget to provide help to those remaining separated children — and... [Read More]
More than 17 years after the Sept. 11 attacks, EMTs sickened at the World Trade Center are still fighting for unlimited sick time — and... [Read More]
With Public Advocate Letitia James likely to become the next attorney general, the citywide position may become vacant this January — and a swarm of... [Read More]
A day after his commanding Democratic primary victory over Cynthia Nixon, a triumphant Gov. Cuomo crowed Friday that his win was "a very loud and... [Read More]
Voter turnout in Thursday's Democratic gubernatorial primary election was more than double what it was 2014 — with more than 1.5 million voters casting ballots... [Read More]
Despite showing up with his voter card in hand, Dante de Blasio was told by poll workers on the Upper East Side that his name... [Read More]
New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female will be able to change their birth certificates and select a third option, X, under... [Read More]
New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female will be able to change their birth certificates and select a third option, X, under... [Read More]
The Nixon campaign noted that a gubernatorial spokeswoman appeared more upset by a reporter revealing details of an off-the-record conversation about about Nixon and the... [Read More]
The complaint comes after the News revealed that Hilltop Public Solutions had done work for Infor Inc., a Minnesota-based business software company with ties to... [Read More]
After the state Democratic party put out a mailer accusing Nixon of ignoring anti-Semitism, and after it a apologized for doing so, Nixon said she... [Read More]
Citizens Union, a good government group, rescinded its endorsement of Julia Salazar in her State Senate bid. [Read More]
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