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A woman and children enter the Cayuga Centers in New York City, where hundreds of migrant children separated from their parents by federal officials are being housed.
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Trump’s executive order doesn’t send the kids already taken back to their families.
Gareth Rhodes campaigning
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The upstate congressional candidate is going after rural conservatives.
An image Suraj Patel's campaign disseminated for supporters to use on their Tinder accounts.
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Why stand outside a subway station when you can catfish voters on dating apps?
Then-New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito greets onlookers at the Puerto Rican Day Parade in 2014.
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Reallocating funds from Centro was about supporting another generation of immigrants.
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Sending New York lawmakers on summer vacation with another edition of Winners & Losers.
A big yellow private sanitation truck driving through the streets of Manhattan.
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Zoned franchises for waste management harms customer service. Other approaches can improve safety.
Kevin Bacon, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, Cynthia Nixon and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
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The shortest paths between local pols and the “Footloose” star.
New York Senate
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The Capitol produced few other surprises, but plenty of frozen desserts.

OPINION

Mayor Bill de Blasio announces his plan to revise the admissions process for New York City's specialized high schools.
Attacks on de Blasio’s plan to reform admissions are mostly bogus.
Reallocating funds from Centro was about supporting another generation of immigrants.
Zoned franchises for waste management harms customer service. Other approaches can improve safety.
A new bill would protect immigrant New Yorkers while attending court.

POLITICS

U.S. Capitol building during the Constitution Bicentennial celebration.
NY Dems are flocking for the chance to run for the most vulnerable congressional seats.

Policy

NYC Health + Hospitals Metropolitan
Rust, muck and pigeons cited at facilities that house the city’s most vulnerable.
New York City will replace marijuana possession arrests with summonses, but blacks and Latinos will still bear the brunt.
Rep. Peter King is the only one to call for an end to the controversial practice.
Everything you need to know about the legislative effort to allow sports betting in New York.

PERSONALITY

Andrew Cuomo looking at a building.
New York’s supreme leader continues the great North Korean tradition.
The upstate congressional candidate is going after rural conservatives.
Why stand outside a subway station when you can catfish voters on dating apps?
The shortest paths between local pols and the “Footloose” star.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Sports betting in New york
State lawmakers confront legal complications in the rush to allow gambling on games.
Sports betting is the hot topic, but other gambling issues are also being discussed.
How NY’s LGBT politicians revealed their sexuality, and what it meant for their politics.
Let’s end the zero-sum competition between ethnic groups and create more opportunities for everyone.

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