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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Jewish community members.
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The New York City mayor wants donations from politically conservative very religious Jews. Here’s why they might support him.
New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza at City & State's 2019 Education Summit.
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The NYC schools chancellor kicks off a new school year by defending his approach.
Close up of an NYPD officers uniform.
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News broke that the organization cancelled an event for cops the same day an officer took his own life.
Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King.
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A Q&A with the Black Lives Matter activist on his foray into NYC politics.
New York City's new OMNY system.
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The new tap-and-go payment system has already surpassed one million taps.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the Des Moines Register Soapbox during his visit to the Iowa State Fair.
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The presidential campaign isn’t going so great for the mayor of New York City.
Protestors at the “Walk In Solidarity With Survivors” to end gun violence in New York City.
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A panel of experts considers what New York is doing to reduce gun violence.

OPINION

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the Des Moines Register Soapbox during his visit to the Iowa State Fair.
The presidential campaign isn’t going so great for the mayor of New York City.
The Assembly speaker says their legislative relationship is like that of a fictional 1970s-era superhero duo.
Home internet access is crucial for social mobility.

POLITICS

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Jewish community members.
The New York City mayor wants donations from politically conservative very religious Jews. Here’s why they might support him.
It’s not just New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, but here’s why it draws criticism.
The NYC schools chancellor kicks off a new school year by defending his approach.

Policy

John Liu.
Lawmaker says de Blasio push to scrap SHSAT would cause ‘years and years of strife.’
What happened in 2019, and what’s on tap in 2020?
A new op-ed in suggests creating an approvals process for algorithms based on the way the Federal Drug Administration tests new drugs.
The new tap-and-go payment system has already surpassed one million taps.

PERSONALITY

Money under an umbrella.
Legislators and the state’s top regulator offer their insights.
A Q&A with the Black Lives Matter activist on his foray into NYC politics.
Kyle Bragg, the new 32BJ president, reflects on Amazon, upcoming elections and advocating for workers.
Three men in a room once ruled with an iron fist. Heastie and Stewart-Cousins are trying something different.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

state Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie.
The Assembly speaker says their legislative relationship is like that of a fictional 1970s-era superhero duo.
Why isn’t a senator from New York focused on safeguarding urban communities?
You haven’t heard the last of single-payer and the Scaffold Law.
The IDC’s last two former members aren’t just surviving – they’re thriving.

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