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The first strike in over 30 years at the Hunts Point Produce Market
The strike at the Hunts Point Produce Market in the South Bronx brought out a lot of political star power.
New York State Budget Director Robert Mujica on Jan.19.
His proposed state budget includes ideas big and small to help close a multibillion-dollar deficit.
The 135th street subway station in Manhattan.
NY’s rebound depends on trimming the MTA’s operating budget while maintaining efficient service.
Preet Bharara,  former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Chuck Schumer’s office has churned out political heavyweights for half a century.
A woman receives the vaccine at the New York State Vaccination Site in the Bronx.
That state appears to be falling short on efforts to get people of color vaccinated against the coronavirus.
New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins
The leaders who made New York.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a man singularly dedicated to all things New York.
The new U.S. Senate majority leader is obsessed with New York. Can he deliver long-awaited help from Washington?

OPINION

Governor Cuomo
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s well-intentioned threat to punish health care workers who vaccinate ineligible people could backfire.
There are more effective means of economic development.
The governor took a step in the right direction by increasing the eligible groups, but he needs to make it easier on providers and patients.
He represented countless influential New Yorkers.

POLITICS

An MTA worker sanitizing the card reader.
Calls to reopen the subways for 24/7 service are growing after nearly a year of closures.
Organizers have been engaging in robust education campaigns to make sure voters are ready.

Policy

Supporters of the strikers at the Hunts Point Produce Market in Queens on January 22.
The produce workers who kept New York City fed during the pandemic finally see the fruits of their labor.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has done it through executive order, but this would make the change permanent.
NY’s rebound depends on trimming the MTA’s operating budget while maintaining efficient service.
Two weeks into New York’s expanded coronavirus vaccine rollout, some parts of the state are hitting the brakes.

PERSONALITY

State Senator Kevin Parker
A Q&A with state Sen. Kevin Parker on his New York City comptroller run.
The new U.S. Senate majority leader is obsessed with New York. Can he deliver long-awaited help from Washington?
The longtime progressive legislator has stories to tell after 50 years in office.
A Q&A with the member of Congress who led the historic proceeding for the Democrats.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Tish James, Lupé Todd-Medina, and Andrea Stewart-Cousins.
Firsthand accounts of the barriers and triumphs in New York’s political world.
How Black women in government and politics are getting it done.
Here’s what to watch during the endless bummer of COVID-19.
NYPD officer unions taught the NYC mayor a lesson in 2014. He hasn’t forgotten it.

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