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A student and teacher at Mosaic Pre-K Center in Queens on September 21.
New York is slowly recovering. Here’s a look at key figures in the state.
Protestors on the Brooklyn Bridge after the conclusion of Breonna Taylor's trial that ended without convictions for the officers involved.
After nearly two decades of inaction, Breonna Taylor’s death may lead to reforms.
The New York Times published a report on the details of Trump's tax returns on Sunday, September 27th.
The president’s tax returns feature several red flags for possibly fraudulent behavior, experts say.
Donald Trump on September 24th.
Who are the federal officials making sure the coronavirus vaccine is safe and fairly distributed?
Republican donor and and World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder at Mar-a-Lago.
The longtime GOP donor may want to protect Israel allies in the House through redistricting.
Now that New York City will have outdoor dining year round, how will you stay warm?
Hizzoner is letting restaurants continue the COVID-era accommodation. Here are some tips to make it work.
The Queens council member is eyeing a job in the Cuomo administration.

OPINION

The "Ask a Philosopher" booth presented by the Brooklyn Public Library.
With our Ask A Philosopher booth, we turned New York City into a marketplace of ideas.
The case for impeaching the U.S. attorney general, who has undermined the rule of law in New York.
The MTA plans devastating service slashes to avoid confronting the root of its fiscal problems.
When you’re talking about fossil fuel emissions, it’s a race to zero.

POLITICS

Closing non-essential businesses in areas of NYC that are starting to see COVID clusters might be a solution to staving off a full outbreak.
Can closing nonessential businesses in certain NYC neighborhoods contain coronavirus clusters?
During the first presidential debate, the president compared New York to a “ghost town.”
Voters who received the wrong ballot wonder what to do. We’ve got some answers.
The longtime GOP donor may want to protect Israel allies in the House through redistricting.

Policy

The New York Times published a report on the details of Trump's tax returns on Sunday, September 27th.
The president’s tax returns feature several red flags for possibly fraudulent behavior, experts say.
The Committee on Standards and Ethics unanimously recommend expulsion for multiple charges of misconduct.
After nearly two decades of inaction, Breonna Taylor’s death may lead to reforms.
Income taxes, pieds-à-terre and stock buybacks all could be targeted by the state Legislature.

PERSONALITY

Now that New York City will have outdoor dining year round, how will you stay warm?
Hizzoner is letting restaurants continue the COVID-era accommodation. Here are some tips to make it work.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was just one of the women who helped proliferate the women’s rights movement in the 1960s and 1970s.
There’s a reason why Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was given the nickname the Notorious R.B.G.
The reformist prosecutor fights a crime wave and police misconduct at the same time.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Sochie Nnaemeka
The next generation of rising stars in state politics.
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.
Sochie Nnaemeka brings an activist edge at the most perilous moment for the Working Families Party.

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