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Charles Schumer argued that the fight for voting rights continues almost half a century after Martin Luther King Jr.'s death.
Despite criticism, Mayor Bill de Blasio eagerly embraced Rev. Al Sharpton at his annual Martin Luther King Jr. event today.
Bill de Blasio invoked Martin Luther King Jr. in taking on the issues of police reform.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former police officer, offered a fierce defense of Mayor Bill de Blasio's policies and his invocation of his son Dante today at Martin Luther King Jr. Day event in Brooklyn.
Public Advocate Letitia James blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio over a plan to convert the iconic Coney Island Boardwalk to concrete.
Assemblyman Karim Camara will join the Cuomo administration in a new faith-based agency.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo today called for the city to have an $11.50 minimum wage and a $10.10 wage statewide.
In a ruling on Friday, federal Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ruled that Rule 17 “subpoenas were just a fishing expedition” for additional evidence, and cut the prosecutors’ line. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Former Council Speaker Christine Quinn is joining the Cuomo administration.
Rory Lancman said he hopes to alter his anti-chokehold legislation in a way that will win Bill de Blasio's support.
Despite the high-profile tension with police, Mayor Bill de Blasio's approval rating remains steady at 49 percent.
Councilman Ritchie Torres aggressively defended his "Right to Know" Act today.
Comptroller Scott Stringer raised more than a half million dollars for his re-election bid in less than four months.
A Department of Investigation report revealed today that the Department of Corrections hired officers with arrests and gang affiliations.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today blasted some "disgusting" elements of the anti-police brutality protests.
Most New Yorkers disapprove of police officers turning their backs to Mayor Bill de Blasio at two recent funerals for slain cops, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released today.
Melissa Mark-Viverito claimed the city has the IDNYC site glitches under control, and that the program is on a trajectory for success.
The City Council is proposing to spend $7.3 million on new bulletproof vests for the NYPD.
Christine Quinn, the ex-council speaker, has a new gig at Harvard.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo took a shot at Mayor Bill de Blasio while touting an economic plan for upstate New York today.