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Obama’s short-sighted reliance on executive orders means some of his legacy will be undone almost immediately.
Speaking on the anniversary of the non-indictment of Daniel Pantaleo, Al Sharpton pushed the City Council to pass the chokehold ban—but demurred on Bill de Blasio's role.
Your rumored embrace of climate change runs counter to the rantings of your father and almost his entire anti-science retinue.
Meanwhile, on Fox, Jill Stein doesn't care 'what Hillary Clinton thinks.'
It's the start of a new week in Trenton, and the end of a weekend where fake news became big stories in New Jersey, with hundreds of people filing suit against the city of Camden in hopes of a windfall and the Internet abuzz with humorous tales of Gov. Chris Christie supposedly taking out his frustrations on President-elect Donald Trump.
Kirsten Gillibrand called on Washington to boost outlays to protect religious minorities from the spike in hate crimes that has followed Donald Trump's election.
Bill de Blasio most of his speech accepting an endorsement from Luis Sepulveda railing against Donald Trump.
Eric Adams kicked off a campaign to educate New Yorkers about signs of child abuse after the cases of Zymere Perkins and Jaden Jordan.
Almost two years after Eric Garner's death, Kirsten John Foy accused Bill de Blasio and Melissa Mark-Viverito of betraying their "mandate" by blocking a chokehold ban and other liberal legislation.
Jill Stein said her audits in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan aren't aimed at helping Hillary Clinton but at uplifting minorities.
Observer compiled a list of six Republicans who might throw their names into the mix for either senate or assembly.
Melissa Mark-Viverito and Daniel Garodnick, both Hillary Clinton supporters, called on Donald Trump not to "blow a massive hole in New York City’s budget."
New York Democrats ponder the way forward as they analyze what went wrong in the presidential election.
State Senate President Steve Sweeney defended Senate Demorats' decision to pursue the case in a statement on Friday.
Many universities use campus bias-response teams hoping to provide safe spaces for students, but some are better in theory than in practice.
Progressives are taking it upon themselves to force the establishment to hand over the keys to the party.
If the UK is so intent on a 'hard Brexit', why did it just ratify a court that gives the EU jurisdiction over patent disputes?
The latest contretemps involves Jonathan Rosen, the head of BerlinRosen, one of the city’s top public relations firms – and a private, unofficial, unpaid advisor to the Mayor.
Christie has regularly denied any prior knowledge of the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane closures at the center of the case.
Current New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is a Republican.