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Who’s backing whom in a rare competitive race for district attorney.
Pier and Long Island City at sunset, seen from Gantry Plaza State Park, Queens.
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There's no shortage of policy proposals inspired by the deal-gone-wrong.
New York City apartment buildings.
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Proposed stricter rent regulations would reduce the supply of housing available to newcomers.
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How far will the mayor go, and what will his campaign do for him politically?
One of Alessandra Biaggi's first actions as a state Senator was to convene on sexual harassment — Albany's first in decades.
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State lawmakers are tackling a broad range of issues in Albany.
Taxis driving throughout the city.
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Experts and lawmakers weigh in on easing the pain of burdened medallion owners and preventing predatory lending in the future.
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The ongoing legal battle between city officials and the home-sharing company continues.

OPINION

New York City apartment buildings.
Proposed stricter rent regulations would reduce the supply of housing available to newcomers.
Outlawing inappropriate evictions would protect renters from unfair practices.
Generating new revenue streams will pay for deferred maintenance.
The affirmative case for the freedom to experiment with a relatively benign drug.

POLITICS

Everything you need to know, as the session's end grows nearer.
Who’s backing whom in a rare competitive race for district attorney.
How far will the mayor go, and what will his campaign do for him politically?

Policy

New York Senator Jamaal Bailey speaking to a crowd about the bipartisan legislation to establish the nation's first commission to investigate prosecutorial misconduct in 2018.
Decreasing solitary confinement, parole reform among issues being considered.
Dragging government agencies into the 21st century in order to build a more tech-friendly city is often tedious, unsexy work.
Experts weigh in on where New York stands in bolstering cyber defenses in both the public and private sector.
There's no shortage of policy proposals inspired by the deal-gone-wrong.

PERSONALITY

Rep. Jerrold Nadler.
Why House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler won’t stop pursuing the president.
A Q&A with the Brooklyn councilwoman-elect who’s succeeding Jumaane Williams.
The former governor on digital accessibility, the arrogance of Amazon and Democratic control in Albany.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Is there enough time to legalize recreational marijuana?
Some advocates say the support is there, but time may be running out.
Everything you need to know, as the session's end grows nearer.
Unions are also lobbying for expanded prevailing wages and addressing the gig economy.

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