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2022 congressional primaries

On Long Island, a supposedly safe Democratic district is still reeling from the 2021 red wave

The open race to replace Rep. Kathleen Rice lays bare Democrats’ vulnerabilities – and divides.

2022 congressional primaries

In Lee Zeldin’s congressional district, GOP candidates attack each other as ‘insiders’

The open Long Island seat has swung both ways, and Republican candidates are erring on the righter side of things.

Heard Around Town

Money dominated debate for Wall Street seat

In the 10th Congressional District, candidates’ investments and campaign contributions were a common thread throughout the two-hour forum.

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New York City

Female-majority council passes bill to expand doula access

The legislation was passed along with several other maternal health-related bills on Thursday.

New York City

Proposed Midtown shelter for asylum-seekers raises concerns about safety, size

The Adams administration is eyeing the Row Hotel on 8th Avenue as a possible site to house migrants, sources said.

New York City

New York City’s IT czar answers to monkeypox website failures

“We have learned from our mistakes and we are committed to doing better going forward,” a health department official said.

News & Politics

Migrant families are being separated when entering NYC shelter system: Advocates

Some asylum seekers who do not have documentation to prove they are related have opted to sleep on the street rather than be housed in different shelters.

PersonalityShow All

2022 congressional primaries

New York congressional candidates who are new in town

They either don’t live in the districts they’re running to represent – or didn’t until very recently.

Got complaints about the draft City Council map? The Districting Commission wants to hear them.

Dennis Walcott responds to some of the feedback about the preliminary draft of new City Council district maps and encourages New Yorkers to make their opinions heard.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Power ListsShow All

Power List

The 2022 Transportation Power 100

The officials and experts determining how New Yorkers get around.

Power 100

The 2022 Bronx Power 100

The local power brokers upending stereotypes about the borough.

Publisher's Section

The 2022 Albany 40 Under 40

Rising stars shining bright in the state Capitol.

Power 100

The 2022 Brooklyn Power 100

Who’s who in a borough brimming with big shots?

OpinionShow All


The fate of ‘New York’s Bravest’ lost on 9/11 and its sobering lessons

A new book, ‘Don’t Look Back’ by former investigative Daily News reporter Joe Calderone, offers a look at how the city responds to and learns from a disaster, so it can improve its response to future emergencies.


Opinion: The removal of women and gender-expansive people from Rikers Island takes on a new urgency

After 11 deaths at the city jail, the population’s exit from the Rose M. Singer Center needs to be prioritized.


Opinion: A potential party raid is brewing ahead of the Aug. 23rd primary

Here’s how a one-time quirk in the law is allowing voters to switch parties leading up to the congressional and state Senate primary races.

Opinion: Latest Siena poll shows NY Democrats have only modest wind in their sails

The Democratic advantage is less than half of what it has been recently, which is a clear indication of the poor electoral climate members of the party will face this fall.

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