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Bill de Blasio compared himself to Fiorello La Guardia--again.
Eric Schneiderman unveiled his team of attorneys that would investigate and prosecute cases where a cop kills a citizen.
Why the experts think Bernie Sanders is doomed.
Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman speaks candidly about everything from raising the age of criminality to the “ass-backwards” bail system.
Andrew Cuomo just took credit for Bill de Blasio's signature achievement.
Following a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of those with family members buried at the massive potter's field, the Department of Corrections will allow grave site visits.
In a rare show of unity, reform advocates joined Andrew Cuomo as he made Eric Schneiderman special prosecutor for police homicide cases.
The authority told reporters it would name the housing projects slated for 50/50 market rate construction on unused land next month.
Public Advocate Letitia James and advocates today filed a class action lawsuit in federal court against the New York City Administration for Children Services.
Big Northeast 'gets' for Jeb Busy as hedge fund billionaire David Tepper and even Cliff Sobel join Jeb camp
The Draft Biden movement hopes Joe Biden takes one last ride at the presidential rodeo.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce today a $17.8 million plan to allow 3,000 accused New Yorkers to await trial under supervision at home.
Alec Brook-Krasny endorsed top aide Kate Cucco to replace him as representative for Bay Ridge and Coney Island.
The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team will become the first women's athletic squad to ever be honored with a ticker-tape parade through downtown Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes.
Gwen Carr called for broader powers for Eric Schneiderman to handle killings by police ahead of a meeting with Andrew Cuomo.
Andrew Cuomo said a one-year extension of mayoral control was the best he could do.
Andrew Cuomo declined to punch back at Bill de Blasio.
Bill de Blasio's office said it was considering a procession down the Canyon of Heroes in honor of the Women's World Cup champions.
Rebecca Lynch won the support of the labor-backed party.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton again voiced opposition to proposals from the City Council to increase oversight of the NYPD today, saying the attempts at reform aren't needed.