PoliticsShow All

New York State

Hochul announces the framework of a budget deal

The spending plan isn’t done, but the governor took a victory lap after getting closer to an agreement with legislative leaders.

2024 New York congressional battleground

Marc Molinaro’s first-quarter fundraising dwarfed by Democratic challenger’s

Democrat Josh Riley raised more than twice as much as the incumbent.

Events

Brooklyn DA talks community engagement, restorative justice at NAN conference

Eric Gonzalez, who often refers to himself as a “progressive prosecutor,” spoke largely about his office’s efforts to prevent violence, rather than prosecute it.

PolicyShow All

Education

Will New York start requiring students to fill out the FAFSA form?

Some state lawmakers say it’ll help more low-income students attend college.

Heard Around Town

Black migrants rally for better services at City Hall

Hundreds showed up for a hearing on Black immigrant experiences in New York.

Budget

Adams touts state budget for delivering on NYC priorities and 'every piece of the housing agenda'

New York City’s mayor voiced his approval over Gov. Kathy Hochul’s conceptual $237 billion deal announced a day before, but it’s not a home run on every issue.

Albany Agenda

Gounardes: Working Families Tax Credit ‘still very much on the table’

The New York Immigration Coalition is backing the tax break.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

About half of New York City has been harmed by environment inequities

In a Q&A with Elijah Hutchinson, the head of the Mayor’s Office of Climate and Environmental Justice, he talks about the “urgency and a moral obligation” of focusing on these areas of the city.

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Personality

The bizarre language of budget season on Planet Albany

Some of the timelines and metaphors have been out of this world.

Interviews & Profiles

‘Everybody’s watching:’ Brian Kavanagh talks housing and the NY budget

The Senate Housing Committee chair said he “certainly doesn’t need pressure” to find a compromise on housing.

Power ListsShow All

Publisher's Section

2024 Who’s Who in Government Relations

Notable New Yorkers advocating for change in city, state and federal government.

Power Lists

The 2024 Construction Power 100

The executives and officials building a better New York.

Above & Beyond

The 2024 Above & Beyond: Women

Recognizing an amazing group of leading women taking center stage in New York.

Trailblazers

The 2024 Trailblazers in Law

The legal leaders making New York a better place.

OpinionShow All

Opinion

Opinion: A real plan for Empire AI

New York’s AI initiative needs strong labor standards and ethical guardrails.

Opinion

Opinion: Training the next generation of cyber experts

In an age of cyber threats, investing in our cybersecurity workforce is crucial to our national security.

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: Oh, by the way, OJ died

The former Buffalo Bills running back, actor and convicted felon’s death was a passing afterthought.

Rikers Island

Opinion: Is it possible to get the effort to close Rikers Island back on track?

The troubled jail’s closure has been cast adrift in a sea of half truths, bad ideas and polarized debate.

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