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Campaigns & Elections

Diana Ayala has a possible successor in mind: her chief of staff

The 2025 race is already on in the East Harlem and South Bronx City Council district.

Campaigns & Elections

Here’s how much state Senate and Assembly candidates spent per vote

In low-turnout primaries, big spending didn’t always translate to lots of votes.

News & Politics

Proponents and detractors spend big on New York Equal Rights Amendment

The ballot initiative drew pushback from a major pro-life donor.

PolicyShow All

Special Reports

New York City’s top political landmarks

A guide to important historical sites in the five boroughs.

Special Reports

Sports delivers for New York’s tourism industry

Hockey, cricket and horse racing are luring visitors to the state with significant economic impacts.

Special Reports

New York state tourism has surged in unexpected places

Central New York, the Catskills and Adirondacks have all seen growth, while New York City has not yet returned to pre-pandemic levels.

PersonalityShow All

Special Reports

New York celebrates 100 years of state parks

An interview with Randy Simons, acting commissioner of the state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

Special Reports

Saving libraries, arts and culture from the mayor’s budgetary ax

An interview with New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera.

Special Reports

How cultural institutions are reinvigorating post-pandemic life in New York City

An interview with Laurie Cumbo, commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Power ListsShow All

Trailblazers

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

Opinion

Opinion: Some advice for first-time candidates

You’re probably going to lose – but you just might win big!

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.

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