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Campaigns & Elections

Report: NYC has dismal voter registration rates for 18-year-olds

When young people don’t have drivers licenses, they miss a key entry point to participate in elections, according to a nonprofit voter advocacy group.

News & Politics

Bowman and Latimer argue over Israel and racial segregation in final debate

The candidates also discussed immigration policy, reparations and a potential mask ban in the subway.

News & Politics

Jay Jacobs donates to Assembly Member Taylor Darling’s primary opponent

The head of the state Democratic Party donated $5,000 to Nassau County Legislator Siela Bynoe, who is running against Darling in a race to replace state Sen. Kevin Thomas.

News & Politics

Poll: Voters dislike both congestion pricing and Hochul

The governor’s favorability rating continues to fall, even though many New Yorkers support her decision to pause congestion pricing.

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Policy

Do the feds owe the state Department of Labor $44 million?

An audit by the state Comptroller’s Office found that the state Department of Labor is entitled to $44 million in federal reimbursements, but the department claims it cannot apply for the money.

Gambling

How New York stands to win big on downstate casino licensing

Experts at City & State’s “Who’s who in casinos and sports betting” discuss the latest on this new industry.

Policy

Here’s how to vote in New York’s action-packed primaries

Election Day is June 25, but New Yorkers have nine days of early voting to participate before then.

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.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Matos Rodríguez: ‘Our objective is to have campuses free of hate’

The City University of New York chancellor discussed what comes next after a spring of protests and how he’s working to boost enrollment.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Interviews & Profiles

New York City’s plan to invest millions in LGBTQ+ services

During Pride Month, Chief Equity Officer Sideya Sherman talked about NYC Unity Project, the Family Acceptance Program and budget challenges facing HIV services.

Power ListsShow All

Power Lists

The 2024 Bronx Power 100

The movers and shakers in a borough on the rise.

Above & Beyond

The 2024 Above & Beyond: Pride

LGBTQ+ leaders fighting for equality across New York.

Trailblazers

The 2024 Nonprofit Trailblazers

Advocates, advisers and service providers improving New York.

OpinionShow All

Commentary

Commentary: Why are pro-Palestinian activists protesting Bowman and AOC?

Even as pro-Israel groups spend millions against Rep. Jamaal Bowman, some pro-Palestinian activists remain critical of him.

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: Save the Keep Public Police Radio Act

The bill failed to pass the Assembly, just as the NYPD plans to go full encryption by the end of the year, leaving New Yorkers and the press in the dark.

Opinion

Opinion: Don’t forget about the city’s capital budget

Democratic socialists in office are calling for an infrastructure of care in the city’s capital budget.

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.

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