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Heard Around Town

Sixth time’s the charm?

With criminal charges against Donald Trump looming, lawmakers kick the former president while he’s down with a reignited push to remove his name from a state park.

Heard Around Town

Antonio Delgado going back to D.C. - for a bit

The member of Congress turned lieutenant governor is attending the national LGs’ meeting


1199 fills 17K-seat arena for budget rally in Albany

Health care workers called for higher reimbursement rates and funding for safety net hospitals – while rapping with hip hop legends.


New York Republicans target Bragg ahead of potential Trump indictment

When news dropped that the Manhattan district attorney’s office could bring criminal charges against the former president, New York Republicans took aim at a familiar opponent.

PolicyShow All


Report finds racial disparities in NY victim compensation

Advocates and lawmakers calling for expanded access for victims and survivors of crime.


The NYPD is way over its overtime budget. Does the department even care?

The New York City Police Department’s commitment to curbing OT spending was met with skepticism at a City Council hearing.


The 3 New York Democrats who voted to weaken Dodd-Frank

Progressives blame a 2018 rollback for unsettling bank failures, but not all experts agree.


Public defenders and legal service providers rally for increased city funding

City funded defense attorneys say they aren’t getting paid enough and are losing staff.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Striving for equity for the disability community

Mike Schweinsburg, president of the 504 Democratic Club, talks about the organization’s plans for 2023 and developing relationships with politicians.


Who is Alvin Bragg, the prosecutor who might charge Donald Trump?

Here’s what you need to know about the man vying to take a legal shot at former President Donald Trump.

Interviews & Profiles

Mark Levine talks housing, casinos and the scourge of sidewalk sheds

Mark Levine talks housing, casinos and the scourge of sidewalk sheds

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Power ListsShow All

Power List

New York’s district attorneys, all across the political spectrum

Where key county prosecutors stand on guns, drugs, bail reform and more.

Power List

The 2023 Law Power 100

The legal eagles in the world of New York politics.

Power List

The 2023 Higher Education Power 100

New York’s most influential college and university leaders.

Power List

The 2023 State Labor Power 100

New York’s union chiefs from around the state.

OpinionShow All


Opinion: New York must invest in training nursing assistants

We need to scale an equity-focused model to address New York’s senior care staffing crisis


Opinion: Fund, don’t delay, public campaign financing

New York’s matching funds system will decrease the power of big money donors


Opinion: The state must make safe e-bikes affordable for all New Yorkers

Trade-in programs and rebates can help support the growing use of safe electric micromobility devices.

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: City & State has a lot to celebrate with GovExec’s third anniversary

Our parent company’s growth helped expand your leading news brand for politics and personalities and raised its national profile.

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