PoliticsShow All


The coronavirus in New York, by the numbers

New York is once again experiencing a high volume of coronavirus infections as it attempts to increase its vaccination rates. Here’s a look at key COVID-19 figures in the state.

Campaigns & Elections

Sepúlveda starts 2022 strong

The Bronx Democrat has a new committee chairmanship and a fundraising advantage for his primary campaign.

New York City

What was behind Eric Adams’ first veto?

How the mayor took stiffer fines for violating zoning regulations on joint-living-work-quarters for artists off the table

PolicyShow All


Language barriers compound COVID-19 challenges among non-English speakers

More than 200 languages are spoken in New York City, making pandemic outreach efforts a monumental task.


What the MTA has and hasn’t done to make the subways safer

After Michelle Go’s death, calls for new rider protections have become more urgent.


What you need to know about Eric Adams and cryptocurrency

The new mayor is converting his first paycheck into Bitcoin and Ethereum in a bid to make New York City a cryptocurrency capital.

Energy & Environment

Public power supporters amping up the pressure on Kathy Hochul

Some environmentalists and state lawmakers say her climate proposals are not good enough considering looming dangers.

PersonalityShow All


New York’s time-honored tradition of nepotism

It wouldn’t be politics in the Empire State if you didn’t bring your family members along for the ride.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Interviews & Profiles

From Rikers to Albany – Eddie Gibbs wants to be the first ex-offender Assembly member

A Q&A with the legislative candidate who served prison time three decades ago.


I ate like Eric Adams for a week

And no, I’m not giving up olive oil anytime soon.

Power ListsShow All

Power 100

The 2022 Health Care Power 100

New York leaders who are saving lives.

Power List

The 2022 Political PR Power 50

The communications pros winning elections and burnishing reputations across New York.

Power List

City & State’s most popular power lists of 2021

The Power List list.

Power 100

The 2021 Energy & Environment Power 100

The annual power power list.

OpinionShow All


Editor’s Note: Answering the call for help after deadly Bronx high-rise fire

New Yorkers donated food, clothing and money in the wake of the Jan. 9 blaze that claimed 17 lives, including eight kids, and the relief efforts continue.


Opinion: State legislative staffers should make a living wage

Higher pay would make public service more accessible to all communities in New York.


NYC’s new leaders must turn crisis into opportunity

A new year with a new administration means that the city has the chance to reinvent itself after two years of hardship.


Opinion: New York has a severe nursing crisis

New leadership in Albany and City Hall must prioritize fixing this public health ticking time bomb.

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