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The protracted Democratic and Republican presidential nominating contests in 2016 have exposed an opaque, undemocratic political process.
Why this primary is unlike all the others.
On primary eve, Bernie Sanders held a rally in Long Island City.
Bill de Blasio refused to talk about his office's interactions with Preet Bharara or about how he would respond to the indictment of any member of his administration.
Renewing their attacks on her bitter rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and her supporters dismissed the Vermont independent as a candidate too beholden to the gun lobby and even likened him to Donald Trump at a Midtown rally today.
While he's at it, actor admits he wasn't great as Batman.
Bernie Sanders released the outline of a plan to deal with NYCHA's "leaky roofs, mold, unreliable heating systems, broken elevators and vermin."
Hillary Clinton finished a day of campaign stops around New York City with a rally on Staten Island.
“I’m proud today to endorse the next president of the United States of America, Senator Bernie Sanders, who will bring the revolutionary moonshot, baby!”
Donald Trump railed against a "rigged" delegate system—and said he had the best "toys" to sway delegates but wouldn't use them.
Donald Trump received a warm welcome in Staten Island, the city's most conservative borough.
America's elite don't support Establishment candidates because they're passionate about campaign platforms.
Chelsea Clinton, at forum with Christine Quinn, uses personal experiences to color awareness of LGBT issues.
Sources tell the Observer that rumor in Albany long linked Mr. Silver with a former assemblywoman.
Group of community organizations gather to launch the #CLOSErikers campaign to shutter Rikers Island jail
The gloves came off as it gets down to the wire in New York.
The Panama Papers have exposed the system of offshore tax havens—and why Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server was so dangerous.
All three Republican candidates for president descended on Manhattan tonight just days ahead of a rare competitive primary.
It was a nasty night in Brooklyn.
"Donald Trump, go away! Racist, sexist, anti-gay!" was the greeting demonstrators had for the candidate outside the Grand Hyatt Hotel.