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Shaniyat Chowdhury.

A twentysomething democratic socialist bartender pulled off an incredible upset in 2018, beating one of Queens’ longest-serving House members

President Trump during the governor's teleconference on partnership for the COVID-19 response on March 26th.

Is President Donald Trump letting New Yorkers die on purpose, to penalize the state for voting for Hillary Clinton in 2016?

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.

No one expected Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., who was a potentially

A medical worker sticking her head outside of a COVID-19 testing tent at Elmhurst Hospital Center in New York.

Hunkered down at home to hide from the COVID-19 pandemic, New York City residents can see and hear the signs of a horrific gathering calamity.

The drinking water supply for offices of the New York City Department of Sanitation doesn’t even have a roof – just a tattered tarp.

Shards of decayed wood are all that remain of the roof that once shielded the wooden water tank at 137 Centre St.

Debate between NY1's Public Advocate candidates at CUNY-TV, NYC.

New York City voters will have a chance to make their picks in the special election for public advocate next week, filling a post left vacant when

Smoke pollution over new york city

Sustainability continues to be a hot topic in New York.

New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams, shown here campaigning for lieutenant governor, has built up plenty of name recognition.

Next Tuesday, New York City voters will cast their ballots for one of 17 candidates for public advocate in a citywide special election.