New York City

Who’s up and who’s down this week?
Winners & Losers
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New York City Transit chief Andy Byford in August 2018.
“Train Daddy’s” sudden departure is off-brand for the governor.
Policy
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The Brooklyn Detention Center.
New York City’s supervised release program is expected to see more participants as other new pre-trial initiatives are pursued.
Policy
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Speaker Corey Johnson speaking at the Affordable Housing Assembly in Brownsville.
The NYC Council speaker and mayoral candidate pledged not to take donations from real estate developers, like his former employers.
News & Politics
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New York City Transit President Andy Byford resigned his post on Thursday.
The celebrated transit chief officially resigns from the MTA, after quarreling with Gov. Cuomo over the subways turnaround.
Policy
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Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The NYC mayor wants to bring some of his ideas from the presidential campaign trail home.
Policy
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Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.
New funding to help district attorneys comply with discovery reforms would come at the expense of the Manhattan district attorney.
News & Politics
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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams at the 34th Annual Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Progressive transplants have other candidates, so the Brooklyn borough president is looking elsewhere for votes.
News & Politics
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NYC Census Director Julie Menin and Attorney General Tish James.
Amid attacks from the White House, the 2020 census is crucial to New York's future. Can it avoid another undercount?
News & Politics
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New York City Census Director, Julie Menin.
DA or BP? Local leaders, pundits predict where she might go once the census is over.
Personality
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