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Samuel Pierre vowed to continue his campaign against Roxanne Persaud for John Sampson's seat despite not getting the WFP endorsement.
Will 2016 be the year of the Average Joe?
What Barry Grodenchik's win means for Queens and the City Council.
There are two basic paths this upcoming race to 2016 could take.
The Sanders surge of summer has continued into September.
Mayor Bill de Blasio took a moment yesterday to address what is truly the city's greatest scourge: people who clog up sidewalks and lack the proper subway etiquette.
Rodneyse Bichotte accused the Kings County Democratic Party of trying to deter the Working Families Party from backing Samuel Pierre.
Barry Grodenchik edged out Bob Friedrich and Rebecca Lynch to win the Democratic primary to replace Mark Weprin.
Andrew Cuomo even compared Joe Biden to Santa Claus.
Vice President Joseph Biden announced $80 million in city and federal funds to test rape kits nationwide.
A feud between Governor Chris Christie and the NYPD dates back to city police denying the governor's car access to 9-11 memorial
Jeffrey Klein, breaking with Scott Stringer and Bill de Blasio, said the city should pony up to Thomas Prendergast's funding request.
If you live in Queens or Staten Island, you have some political intrigue today.
NYCLASS is throwing their weight behind a Democrat undecided on the horse-carriage ban.
Picture the Homeless staged a protest in East Harlem alleging Bill de Blasio has launched a campaign of police harassment of street people.
The city's Board of Health today relaxed the rules surrounding the controversial ultra-Orthodox Jewish practice of metzitzah b'peh.
Don Peebles insists he's a New Yorker.
Bradley Tusk and other Bloomberg alumni are helping to guide startups like Uber through regulatory and political hurdles with political-style campaigns.
Bill de Blasio said universal pre-kindergarten "lifts all boats" even as he disputed claims the well-to-do are making the most use of it.
"Statistically speaking, last year's West Indian American Carnival celebration was the safest in recent history, and early reports indicate that this year's was even safer."