PoliticsShow All


Eric Adams is on Signal

Government officials have come under heat for using the app, which can flout record-keeping laws.

New York City

Will the City Council approve a Harlem development over the wishes of the socialist local member?

Kristin Richardson Jordan’s opposition to One45 pits her against Rev. Al Sharpton – and maybe other council members.

New York State

What comes next for redistricting as final vote looms next week

Albany Democrats are getting ready to unveil new legislative and congressional lines that could help them in the 2022 elections.


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.

PolicyShow All

Criminal justice

Will Biden finally intervene in the Rikers crisis?

Calls for the president to visit the jail complex underscore criticism that New York has allowed conditions there to deteriorate.

Health Care

New York lawmakers look to expand access to health care for undocumented immigrants

“Coverage for All” passed the Assembly Health Committee this week as New York revisits access to care in the pandemic’s third year.

Health Care

New York’s landmark water testing law hinges on the state Health Department

The law leaves key decisions to an agency with a history of dragging its feet on implementing water quality legislation.

Criminal justice

Is more surveillance tech coming for the NYPD?

Mayor Eric Adams’ mentions of facial recognition and gun detection technology drew swift pushback from civil liberties advocates.

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.

Power ListsShow All

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


Opinion: Transit equity starts in the Bronx

The planned Interborough Express should be expanded so that it benefits Bronxites too.


Editor’s note: New owners of decommissioned Staten Island Ferry need to know what they’re getting into

SNL’s Pete Davidson and Colin Jost should look at how others succeeded – and failed – at repurposing ferries and other large boats.


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.

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