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New York State

Rittenhouse verdict was a victory for gun advocates. Their next fight is in New York.

The Supreme Court will soon decide whether New York’s restrictions on concealed carry gun permits are constitutional.

New York State

FAQ: all the Cuomo investigations

The former gov is facing probes at the county, state and federal level. Here’s the breakdown.

Assembly investigation: Cuomo began planning his lucrative book just days into the COVID-19 pandemic

Investigators also found the ex-governor sexually harassed staff, hid nursing home data and used state resources for personal gain.

New York State

Assembly impeachment report details how Cuomo undermined COVID-19 response

The former pandemic star sidelined health officials while devoting state resources to writing a lucrative pandemic memoir.

PolicyShow All


Is the New York Blood Center approval the end of City Council’s member deference?

Lawmakers overruled the member who represents the district where the blood center is located, bucking a tradition that has stymied multiple other major projects.

Ask the Experts

New York City is set for a major expansion of voting rights. Here’s what you need to know.

The City Council will vote next month on a bill that would allow more than 800,000 immigrants to vote in municipal elections.

Criminal justice

Questions loom about the plan to close Rikers, as new administration takes over

The City Council heard a final update from the de Blasio administration. But what do the new guys think?


JCOPE action on Cuomo book deal seen as ‘small’ step toward righting marred history

Despite the popular decision, calls for the commission’s dissolution remain

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Assembly Member Amy Paulin explains how to get hundreds of bills signed into law

She’s one of the most prolific lawmakers in Albany, and the Westchester Democrat is showing no signs of slowing down.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Interviews & Profiles

George Latimer isn’t running for governor, but his DMs are open for LG

The Westchester County exec discussed how he got reelected in the ‘burbs and how Democrats can change their messaging.

Interviews & Profiles

When the past is prologue, what becomes of Vito Fossella’s future?

The Staten Island Republican starts anew 13 years after a scandal ended his promising congressional career.

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Power List

The 2021 Staten Island Power 100

Who to count on in Richmond County.

Power 100

The Power of Diversity: Women 100

The female leaders evening out the balance of power in New York.

Power 100

The 2021 Long Island Power 100

The most influential individuals in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

OpinionShow All


Opinion: Make three meals a day, every day, for every NYC child a 2022 resolution

For some New York kids, three meals a day isn’t guaranteed. Here’s why Mayor-elect Eric Adams should change that harsh reality on Jan. 1.

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: No MTA fare hike provides welcome relief to New Yorkers

Gov. Kathy Hochul’s decision to not raise fares for six months is especially helpful during these difficult economic times.


OPINION: Making the case for Latinos in the Adams administration

The incoming mayor has an opportunity to appoint Hispanics into key government positions as he sets out to best represent and serve the needs of all communities.

Editor's Note

Editor’s note: De Blasio’s latest COVID-19 vaccine mandate draws legal threat, of course!

It’s no surprise NYPD union president Pat Lynch said he would take the city to court over the requirement that all municipal employees get vaccinated.

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