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News & Politics

NYC Council to examine Eric Adams administration’s financial plan

“To close these gaps, the administration is once again using a scythe,” Council Member Justin Brannan said.

2024 New York congressional battleground

Who’s running in NY-3 in 2024?

Everyone wants a piece of this seat.

News & Politics

4 things to know about new DOC Commissioner Lynelle Maginley-Liddie

Maginley-Liddie will take over for outgoing Department of Correction Commissioner Louis Molina at a time of crisis for the city’s jails.

News & Politics

Will Lander pay political price for blocking Adams’ emergency contracts?

Mayor Eric Adams appears to have already begun shifting blame to the comptroller for issues responding to an influx of migrants into the city.

PolicyShow All

Albany Agenda

The bills still awaiting Kathy Hochul’s signature before the end of the year

The Legislature passed hundreds of bills before breaking in June. Many high-profile ones like eliminating even-year elections and a bill to create a reparations task force have yet to be signed.

New York City

Adams administration to restore $2.7 million in temporary flood mitigation funding

The budget decision comes after a wave of resident concerns.

New York City Council

City Council members balk at $4.5 million in cuts to supportive housing rental subsidies

The Adams administration defended the proposed reduction as “right-sizing.”


NYC Deputy Mayor Maria Torres-Springer and School Chancellor David Banks on strengthening workforce development post COVID-19

The members of the Adams administration highlighted public-private partnerships as an answer at the 2023 NYCETC Conference at Civic Hall.

PersonalityShow All

Winners & Losers

Winners & Losers of 2023: Miscellaneous awards

These are just some of the people who make the New York political world a unique and interesting place.

Winners & Losers

Winners & Losers of 2023: Who flopped

A jurist who fell short, a certain lying former Congress member and a stressed-out mayor – all had a bit of a rough year.

Winners & Losers

Meet the new City Council members

Whether they unseated an incumbent or took charge of a national conversation, each disrupted the norm in their newly redrawn districts.


Steve Bellone on how Republicans took over on Long Island

The centrist Democrat will step down as Suffolk County executive at the end of this year. He’s throwing support behind Tom Suozzi and George Latimer on the way out.

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Power Lists

The 2023 New York State Top 50 Lobbyists

Government relations pros guiding the Empire State.

Power Lists

The 2023 New York City Top 50 Lobbyists

The leading government relations firms across the five boroughs.

Publisher's Section

Above & Beyond: Gen X

How the MTV generation has kept rocking in New York.

OpinionShow All


Opinion: NYC can save, not cut, billions through the Office of Health Care Accountability

The budget deficit should not stop this watchdog agency from launching.


Opinion: The feds must take control of Rikers and then close it

Should the city jails be put into receivership or should Rikers be closed? The only correct answer is both.


Opinion: Yellow taxi drivers are being left behind

Rideshare drivers now have access to an array of benefits, but drivers of yellow taxi cabs still do not.

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