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Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan declared victory tonight in a special election for Congress.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said he is open to proposals that could "divert more quality-of-life offenders from the criminal process."
People behind Youtube videos about everything from makeup to anime are lending their talents to another medium—the political ad.
A Brooklyn Assembly candidate is claiming Scott Stringer endorsed her--even though he backed a rival.
1199 SEIU will push for a criminal investigation an email sent under the guise of Kevin Finnegan attacking WFP and Diana Richardson.
The Citizens Budget Commission suggested NYCHA could save $19 million by cutting its centers for youth and the elderly.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a blueprint to end the AIDS epidemic in New York State by 2020.
Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke with Baltimore's mayor this weekend, ahead of violent riots there.
Bill Bratton, speaking at a Denim Day event, said the NYPD needs the help of citizens to fight sexual assault.
The comptroller and public advocate think public urination should remain a crime.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today called for sweeping criminal justice reforms in the wake of the deaths of unarmed black men in police custody—most recently in Baltimore, plunging the city into days of unrest.
The scene outside New York University (NYU) this morning is of a celebratory and sarcastic nature. A “massive party” is taking place to bring awareness to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s recent milestone of 1,000 hangings in the just the past 18 months.
Dante de Blasio will attend Yale University in the fall, according to his mother.
Some 404,000 New Yorkers depend on the troubled New York City Housing Authority's developments for shelter—can Bill de Blasio and Shola Olatoye help them?
Mayor Bill de Blasio said tonight he does not support Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito's call to decriminalize offenses like fare-beating.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg vowed to stay out of politics—and he kept his word today after a Bloomberg Philanthropies event.
Activists and pols again pressed the mayor and NYCHA to make 2,500 apartments a year available to the 60,000 families in the shelter system.
Former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver once again pleaded not guilty to an expanded federal indictment and his trial will begin November 2.
State Senator Brad Hoylman wants to ban indoor tanning for all minors in New York State.
Diana Richardson and Shirley Patterson faced questions about the 421-a exemption and campaign contributions from real estate developers.