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New York republicans are eager to win back the three seats Democrats flipped in 2018’s blue wave.

Everything has changed. The people could rise up and knock anybody out. No one is safe.

Jumaane Williams.

Jumaane Williams has been elected New York City public advocate, giving the Brooklyn city councilman a citywide platform for his liberal activist b

State Sen. Julia Salazar.

For many New Yorkers, state politics can be discouraging.

Michael Bloomberg

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to run for president in 2020, so he said he will drop 0.19 percent of his net worth (

A police officers helps direct voters arriving to cast their ballots in the 2018 mid-term general election at a polling site in Brooklyn

In anticipation of voting in the April 19, 2016, presidential primary in New York, 

Donald Trump

Following the White House’s release of the transcript of a phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ho

A pedestrian wearing a face mask while walking along a nearly-vacant Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the most important pedestrian street in downtown Milan.

As the new coronavirus continues to proliferate in New York, residents may be curious about what measures local, state and federal governments can

Alessandra Biaggi

Four years ago, a pair of Democratic challengers sought to knock out two state senators who were members of the Independent Democratic Conference t

The New York State Assembly chamber.

Nearly two days after the budget deadline, the state Legislature finally wrapped up negotiations, stretching the meaning of what is

NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is a vocal supporter the bail reform law enacted on Jan. 1.

Unless you’re an attorney, criminal law can be confusing, even for die-hard “Law & Order” fans.

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