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New York City

Who’s who in Eric Adams’ administration

From deputy mayors to fixers to legal counsel, here are the insiders the mayor has appointed to run the city.

New York City Council

Council members accuse City Hall of telling contractors to stay away from Council hearing

None of the city contractors invited to testify bothered to show up to the hearing. Council Members Julie Won and Gale Brewer blamed the Adams administration.


After meeting with Biden, Hochul touts TPS as a win

The governor initially distanced herself from the issue of asylum-seekers in New York City, but she’s taking credit for getting the feds to act.

New York City

Republicans parrot Eric Adams at Homeland Security Committee hearing on migrants

The GOP used Adams’ comments that the issue would “destroy the city,” to argue the border should be closed. Adams hasn’t called for closing the border.

PolicyShow All

Heard Around Town

Cruz still plans to push for state-level work permits for asylum-seekers

The Queens Assembly member said the law is needed for people from places other than Venezuela.


Which counties are closing their doors to asylum-seekers?

More than 30 counties around the state have taken steps to block New York City from sending migrants to local hotels and shelters.

Albany Agenda

The bills still awaiting Kathy Hochul’s signature before the end of the year

The Legislature passed hundreds of bills before breaking in June. Many high–profile ones like Clean Slate and a bill to create a reparations task force have yet to be signed.

PersonalityShow All


The infamous Independent Democratic Conference: Where are they now?

A group of eight state Senate Democrats caucused with Republicans for years. None are still in office.

Interviews & Profiles

Jessica Ramos’ statewide wage transparency law is going into effect this weekend

And she says she’s not running for mayor … at the moment.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Power ListsShow All

Power List

The 2023 Upstate Power 100

The leaders who have the region on the up and up.

Power List

Glorious Grandparents in Government

The grandmas and the grandpas building a better future for the next generation.

Power List

The 2023 NYC Labor Power 100

The leaders of the most influential unions in the five boroughs.

OpinionShow All

New York City

Satire: Hiding Rudy Giuliani, ‘Tell them you have a ferret, a large ferret’

The new owners of the former mayor’s Manhattan apartment find him indicted, broke and living out of a “safe room” no one noticed after they bought the place.


Opinion: The case for fixing probation and parole

Research shows that the supposed benefits of probation and parole are illusory, but their harms are very real.

Editor's Note

Editor’s note: Penn Station redevelopment plan deserves an RFP

A competitive selection process may be the best way to reimagine the nation’s busiest transit hub.


Commentary: Chris Quinn for Mayor?

The former City Council speaker has spent nearly a decade running a homeless services nonprofit. She could be a strong contender in 2025 – if only she would challenge Adams.

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