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Campaigns & Elections

Sarahana Shrestha and Gabi Madden spar over local issues in debate

The socialist Assembly member defended her record in office and argued she has brought money back to the district.

Heard Around Town

Eric Adams not interested in ‘cheap shots’ at Andrew Cuomo

Asked about his “possible primary opponent” and his testimony in Washington, the mayor demurred.

2024 New York congressional battleground

Nancy Goroff wants another shot in the 1st District. John Avlon says he’s more viable.

The Democratic congressional primary will decide who challenges GOP Rep. Nick LaLota in the eastern Long Island district.

News & Politics

Senior staffer on 2022 Maloney campaign confirms existence of Mondaire Jones phone call

The former staffer said they heard Sean Patrick Maloney call Jones and offer to drop out of the NY-17 primary.

PolicyShow All

Health Care

Report: Two-thirds of licensed registered nurses are active in New York state

The findings, released at Mother Cabrini Foundation’s Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit, reveal staffing shortages felt most strongly in acute care hospitals.

Real Estate

Broker fee bill to draw hundreds of real estate pros, advocates to City Hall

The bill would shift the hefty fee from tenants to whomever hires the broker.

Health Care

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to release report addressing statewide nursing shortage

The foundation will unveil the study at its upcoming Healthier Communities, Healthier People summit at the Museum of the City of New York, presented by City & State.

New York City

All 51 City Council members back internet affordability program in new letter

After the expiration of the Affordable Connectivity Program, the council wants U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer to extend funding for the subsidy program.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

The evolution of Ritchie Torres

“I didn’t leave the progressive movement; the progressive movement left me.”


On Sneaker Day, Albany kicks back

Marking the second annual celebration of casual footwear at the state Capitol.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Power ListsShow All

Above & Beyond

The 2024 Above & Beyond: Pride

LGBTQ+ leaders fighting for equality across New York.


The 2024 Nonprofit Trailblazers

Advocates, advisers and service providers improving New York.

Power Lists

The 2024 Albany Power 100

The political superstars in the state Capitol.

OpinionShow All

Editor's Note

Editor’s note: MTA leadership has a WTF moment over congestion pricing delay

The governor’s rushed decision-making undermines the authority of CEO Janno Lieber and the transit system’s board.


Bragg: Close the voluntary intoxication loophole

The Manhattan D.A., in an op-ed co-written with NOW-NYC President Sonia Ossorio, calls for passage of legislation to close the gap in state penal law creating an unjustly high bar for prosecuting perpetrators of rape and sexual assault.


Opinion: New Yorkers’ right to know when they’re tested for HIV is facing an unprecedented threat

Current law requires doctors to verbally discuss HIV testing with patients before ordering a test. Lawmakers want to remove that requirement.


Opinion: Every New Yorker deserves to know their HIV status

The state must update its HIV testing law to match current CDC guidance and make it easier for doctors to order HIV tests for patients.

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