PoliticsShow All

Heard Around Town

For Marc Molinaro, it’s not about the fundraising

The 19th Congressional District rep has beat his well-funded challenger Josh Riley before.

News & Politics

National Democratic group spotlights state Senate campaigns

The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee will offer its support to state Sens. Lea Webb and Iwen Chu

Campaigns & Elections

In split with Hochul, Delgado calls on Biden to drop out

Gov. Kathy Hochul has been one of Biden’s staunchest defenders, but Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado wants him to end his presidential campaign.


Rikers Island

A timeline on the closure of Rikers Island

The long-awaited decision on a federal takeover will have to wait till an unknown date.

PolicyShow All

New York City

Nearly united NYC Council votes 46 to 3 to approve FY 2025 budget

The three dissenters, all democratic socialists, blamed the mayor for budget mismanagement.


Adams and Adams shake on $112.4 billion FY 25 budget that reverses some deeply unpopular cuts

“Adams and Adams United is here to say we have a deal,” Mayor Eric Adams announced on Friday.


NYC budget expected to include $2 billion for affordable housing. Here are the details.

The funds will go toward building, preserving and renovating housing for low-income New Yorkers.



Report: Eric Adams’ administration is ‘unreasonably pessimistic’ in budget projections

The Fiscal Policy Institute found that recent projections have increasingly diverged from the city’s actual fiscal reality.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

C. Virginia Fields’ retirement plan: Being a voice for civic engagement

The former City Council member and Manhattan borough president discusses what’s next after stepping down as CEO of the health advocacy nonprofit Black Health in an interview with City & State.

Interviews & Profiles

How will Biden’s executive action on undocumented spouses of US citizens impact New York?

An interview with New York Immigration Coalition CEO Murad Awawdeh.

New York City

Making history as the ‘right person at the right time’

A Q&A with Charles Gibbs, the incoming president of the Metropolitan College of New York.

Power ListsShow All


Trailblazers in Higher Education

University and college leaders preparing the next generation.

Publisher's Section

Who’s Who in Casinos & Sports Betting

The executives and officials behind the booming market in New York.

Power Lists

The 2024 Bronx Power 100

The movers and shakers in a borough on the rise.

OpinionShow All

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: Accessibility improvements hinge on congestion pricing’s return, for now

Hochul only “paused” the controversial tolling program that could fund much needed improvements, including new elevator installations to meet ADA requirements.

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: The fight for the future of the Democratic Party is in Brooklyn

Just be careful how you describe it.


Opinion: Gig workers deserve a level playing field

One-third of gig workers do not have enough money to pay their bills, despite often working more than 40 hours per week, according to a new survey.

MagazineShow All