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Mayor Bill de Blasio says a policy before his time is responsible for the lifting of deed restrictions for a nonprofit AIDS hospice.
The U.K.'s transit system technology is coming to New York.
Elected officials and anti-police brutality advocates want the city to codify the First Amendment right to record events.
City Hall knew about and could have stopped a process that allowed a nursing home to be sold off to luxury condo developers.
"You add one million citizens to the voting roles in this state, that's a significant, significant difference. You do that nationwide, it's a significant difference."
Because the DNC failed to ensure a fair and balanced process, America is left with the two most unfavorable candidates in history.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has raised more than $1.1 million toward his 2017 re-election bid.
Russia needs Assad to stand as figurehead. No other Syrian personality is able to confront ISIS and al Nusra, the local al Qaeda affiliate, the way Assad can. But Assad must do whatever he is told to do, nothing more and nothing less.
Vice presidential candidates could influence voters more in 2016 than in a typical election year.
This sacrosanct principle can't survive in the 21st century.
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law bills that increase access to feminine hygiene products for students, shelter residents and inmates.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito defended her decision to let the NYPD handle the Right to Know Act, a package of police reform bills.
As they lose shock value, ISIS has upped the violence and gore.
Clinton and Trump are considering admirals and generals for VP—and it's not the best idea.
The two-party system, by itself, is not inherently bad.
Instead of falling in line, blindly loyal to Clinton just because she's a Democrat, Sanders' supporters will vote for values.
"I support, I support the Democratic nominee, the Democratic nominee, and, for Congress in that district," Andrew Cuomo said, his face twitching in apparent discomfort.
On the sixth anniversary of Dodd-Frank, we talked with those who crafted the legislation and those it governs to evaluate its impact
To the dismay of American hipsters in Paris, UK trades EU for US.
The faux piety of Theresa May: PM brutally smears political rivals.